Khoon Ming Ho

Head of Tax for Asia Pacific region

KPMG China

Khoon Ming Ho is the Head of Tax for KPMG’s Asia Pacific region. Khoon Ming has been advising foreign investors on their investments and operations in China. He has also advised on issues related to investment and funding structures, repatriation and exit strategies, M&A and restructuring.

Khoon Ming has worked throughout China, including in Beijing, Shanghai and southern China, and has built strong relationships with tax officials at both local and state levels. He has also advised the Budgetary Affairs Committee under the National People’s Congress of China on various tax reforms. Khoon Ming actively participates in various government consultation projects about VAT reforms, BEPS and the digital economy. He is a frequent speaker at tax seminars and workshops for clients and the public, and an active contributor to thought leadership on tax issues. Khoon Ming is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in the UK (CIOT), and a fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA).

Khoon Ming Ho is the Head of Tax for KPMG’s Asia Pacific region. Khoon Ming has been advising foreign investors on their investments and operations in China. He has also advised on issues related to investment and funding structures, repatriation and exit strategies, M&A and restructuring.

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