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TP Minds Australia
Technical Workshops (BDO Office): 28 October 2024
Main Summit (Harbour Marriott Hotel): 29 - 30 October 2024

Andy Hung
Director, Segments, Enterprise Software at WOLTERS KLUWER


Andy is Segments Director, Enterprise Software at Wolters Kluwer, one of the world’s largest information services company, specialising in the Tax and Accounting industry. In this role, Andy and his team work with large MNCs and large tax practices to efficiently and effectively manage tax reporting, and tax compliance responsibilities through the execution of tax technology and digital transformation strategies for global tax functions and firms. Prior to entering in the tax technology arena, Andy was an in-house direct tax specialist at two of Australia’s largest retail banks, which also included a role as Global Tax Transfer Pricing Manager, where he was responsible for their tax transfer pricing arrangements and frameworks for their global operations. As a self-confessed tax geek, he is passionate about bringing the role of tax technical and tax tech together to develop best practices and improve the way tax professionals work and report on taxes.

Andy started his career at the ATO, and later on at Deloitte, in Corporate and International, advising large MNCs and private groups on tax structuring before moving into financial services and in-house. He holds a BA Laws in Taxation, Graduate Diploma of Taxation, and MA Commercial Law from the University of Melbourne. He has contributed to CTA and ATO technical working groups in the past, and nowadays enjoys creating thought leadership content intersecting tax technical and tax tech through various publications.

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Agenda Sessions

  • Implications of Heightened Tax Transparency – Value-Add for Key Stakeholders or Just More Compliance for Corporates?