Ong Sim Ho, Managing Director, Corporate & Finance and Ong Ken Loon, Head, Tax & Private Client Services recognised as Tax Controversy Leaders in World Tax and International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders guide
07 Sep 2020
We are pleased to announce that Ong Sim Ho, Managing Director, Corporate & Finance and Ong Ken Loon, Head, Tax & Private Client Services are recognised as Tax Controversy Leaders in the World Tax and International Tax Review’s 10th edition of the Tax Controversy Leaders guide.
The annual guide lists the world’s leading tax controversy practitioners. These individuals are nominated by their peers and recommended as trusted advisers. They are market leaders chosen by market leaders in their own and international markets. They are also nominated based on independent research and track records.
Both Sim Ho and Ken Loon are frequently recognised as leading tax practitioners by prominent international legal publications such as Chambers and Legal 500. In the latest Chambers Asia Pacific 2020 rankings, Sim Ho was ranked a Band 1 leading lawyer for 10 years. A client praised Sim Ho “as one of the best in handling tax disputes," and that he has extensive experience representing clients in high-stakes cases.
Similarly, Ken Loon was ranked a leading individual for 9 consecutive years in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 2020. She was also the sole lawyer to be recognised in Legal 500’s Hall of Fame for Singapore. A client told Chambers that Ken Loon "is very solution-driven and extremely diligent in her response and advice."
We are also pleased to share that Goh Ka Im, Anand Raj and Irene Yong from Drew Network Asia pillar firm, Shearn Delamore & Co. from Malaysia are also recognised as Tax Controversy Leaders in the guide.
You can see the full listing in the guide here.