Wong Meng Yew, Tiffany Lee, Alexander Goh
Wong Meng Yew is a Partner in the Deloitte Singapore office and is the Leader of the Global Trade Advisory practice in Southeast Asia. He is also the Deloitte Southeast Asia Tax & Legal Climate & Sustainability Leader.
He regularly advises clients in navigating their investments into Southeast Asia from a market access perspective involving movement of goods, services and investments. Such advice includes cross border supply chain strategies from a legal, regulatory, tax and trade perspective.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Meng Yew practised as an attorney and Partner in an international law firm for more than a decade, advising clients on tax planning, international trade and commerce matters, customs compliance and representing clients with regards to disputes with tax and customs authorities on various matters.
Meng Yew regularly speaks at major conferences including those organized by the International Bar Association (IBA), Japan Tax Association (JTA), Korean International Trade Association (KITA), BNA Bloomberg and the US-ASEAN Business Council.
Meng Yew read law at the University of Nottingham (UK) and is admitted to practice as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya.
He is recognized as an indirect tax leader in both Malaysia and Singapore by the International Tax Review and has also been listed as a notable tax/trade practitioner in Legal 500 and Who’s Who of International Trade.
Tiffany Lee is a Senior Associate in the Deloitte Global Trade Advisory practice, based in Singapore. Tiffany has worked on projects across multiple industries including manufacturing, energy, construction, telecommunications, services, oil & gas and aerospace & aviation.
She has experience in Indirect Tax and Customs matters in both Singapore and Malaysia, covering advice on business operations, import and export activities, incentives and grants, licence applications, disputes and conducting due-diligence and compliance health checks.
She also works with clients to lobby for tax exemptions, address client specific issues and facilitate any applications/requests with authorities including the Ministry of Finance and Customs.
Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Science in Business Management from the University of Northumbria, UK.
Alexander Goh is a Manager at Deloitte’s Global Trade Advisory, based in Singapore, with close to a decade of experience in customs matters, facilitating trade and resolving compliance issues. Alexander advises clients on adding value to their processes and supply chains, as well as implementable strategies to resolve their trade issues with regard to the movement of goods.
His areas of focus include utilising Free Trade Agreements (FTA), developing import/export controls, as well as an effective internal compliance programme, application of customs’ schemes and licences and carrying out activities within Free Trade Zones. In addition, Alexander has been deeply involved in the development of various ASEAN Customs’ initiatives, such as the ASEAN Single Window and ASEAN Customs Transit System.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Alexander was with Singapore Customs for 8 years and has experience in three diverse areas, including advising companies on customs matters as an Account Manager, negotiating FTAs such as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership as part of the Singapore delegation and investigating offences under the Customs Act and Regulation of Imports and Exports Act. He was also a trainer for customs’ courses.
Alexander holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the National University of Singapore, with specialisation in Environmental Biology and a Minor in Geosciences.
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