Tina Zhao joined JunHe in August 2017. She has served in the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) of China for 14 years and gained extensive working experience in tax policy & regulation. Subsequently, she joined PwC China as associate director with one and a half years’ practice in tax dispute resolution service.
While working in the SAT, Tina handled a large number of cases related to tax law enforcement, in the capacity as key driver, participant or supervisor to local level tax authorities. The cases covered tax issues in respect of Corporate Income Tax, Value Added Tax, Export Tax Refund, Business Tax, Individual Income Tax, Land Value Added Tax；and Transfer Pricing, Indirect Transfer of Equities, General Anti Avoidance Rules (GAAR), and so on. She often participated in drafting, revising and reviewing the “Law of the PRC on the Administration of Tax Collection”, and various tax department rules and normative documents. She also took charge of the national tax administration discretion and tax risk management work.
While working at JunHe as leader in tax group and PwC China, Tina provides tax consulting and tax dispute resolution services for a number of leading multinational companies, state owned enterprises, private companies and individuals, and was highly valued by clients. Her services include Investment and M&A, Cross border transactions, CRS system design and compliance declaration, Goods and services taxes, Individual Income Tax; Real estate tax; Invoice management and other tax-related legal consulting services; as well as Tax controversy resolution, Tax audit assistance, Tax administration reconsideration and Tax litigation legal services. Her clients cover diverse industries such as automotive, real estate, e-commerce, investment and banking, media, energy, technology and infrastructure, etc.
She was also invited for several times to attend the national tax law forums and tax seminars, and had given important speeches titled “Tax policy and planning practice of Investment and M&A in economic transformation and upgrading”, “Strengthening Tax Dispute Resolution, and Promoting Improvement of Tax Policies”.