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Achieving Tax-Aligned Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)



2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


3 (S153 recognised)



HRDF Claimable



Zoom Webinar

REGISTRATION FEE (RM) The registration fees are exclusive of Service Tax

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Closing Date | 4 August 2021


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1.       Overview of M&A transaction lifecycle

2.       Tax due diligence review

•          Objectives and importance

•          Tax issues commonly encountered

•          Dealing with tax risks

3.       Transaction structure and tax considerations

•          Share vs asset acquisition

•          Acquisition vehicle

•          Mode of financing

•          Profit repatriation

•          Exit considerations

Other tax efficient considerations e.g. group reorganizations



Tan Hooi Beng CTIM Council Member/Deputy Managing Director (Tax) of Deloitte Malaysia.


Choy Mei Teng is an Associate Director from the M & A tax team, Deloitte Malaysia. She has 17 years of professional experience and has been involved in various assignments such as tax due diligence, corporate tax planning, tax structuring, cross border tax advisory as well as overseeing the tax compliance of a portfolio of clients in local and multinational corporations involving in various industries. Mei Teng is a member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM), Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Chong Yen Hau is an associate director from the M & A tax team, Deloitte Malaysia. He has more than 9 years of experience in providing tax advisory services to local and multi-national clients from a wide range of business sectors. He has been involved in various local and cross border tax advisory work in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and reorganisations, tax planning, international tax advisory and incentive applications. Yen Hau graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Business and Commerce (majoring in Accounting and Finance). He is an associate member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM) and is also a technical contributor for Deloitte Malaysia’s tax seminar and CTIM’s annual Malaysian budget publication.

Shiranee Niles is an Associate Director with Deloitte Malaysia. Shiranee has about 12 years of experience in both corporate and individual tax compliance and advisory related work. Her clients are in diversified industries such as manufacturing, property development, trading and service industries. She has been involved in tax compliance risk reviews, restructuring, tax due diligence and has assisted clients with the preparation of transfer pricing documentation. She graduated from La Trobe University, Australia with a Bachelor of Business degree majoring in Accounting and Financial Management. She is an associate member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia as well as a member of CPA Australia.

Lee Boon Siew is an Associate Director with Deloitte Malaysia. Boon Siew has close to 10 years of experience in corporate tax advisory work in Deloitte and another international accounting firm. Specifically, from an M&A perspective, he has assisted clients (strategic and financial) in undertaking tax due diligence / health checks, review of draft transaction documentation and providing tax advisory in respect of proposed acquisition structure (inbound and outbound). He has also advised on post-acquisition strategies such as streamlining of corporate structure and supply chains, application for tax incentives, improving tax governance and controls, etc. Boon Siew is a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).


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