“GST 2.0: Could we, should we, would we do it?”, August 13, 2021

Lawyers for Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill’s Tax, Customs & Trade were invited by Taylor’s College – School of Professional Studies to speak on the possible return of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and its potential impact on Malaysian economy in the post-COVID-19 period. Panelists, including senior partner Dato ‘Nitin Nadkarni, will highlight key topics and how taxpayers will be affected if the GST is reinstated by the finance ministry as it considers ways to increase government coffers. This virtual event will be moderated by Senior Associate Ivy Ling Yieng Ping.

Senior partner Dato Nitin Nadkarni, who heads the firm’s tax practice, hlike more than 30 years of experience representing large government organizations, multinational corporations, financial institutions and leading figures in commercial litigation. It was ranked among Malaysia’s Top 100 Lawyers by the Asia Business Law Review and has published extensively, including as a contributor to the Malaysian Civil Procedure (White Paper).

Senior Partner Ivy Ling focuses on Indirect Taxation, specifically GST and OHS related litigation and dispute resolution involving the Royal Malaysian Customs Department. Ivy regularly advises on GST and OHS compliance issues affecting a wide range of customers, from manufacturers to professionals.from developers to financial institutions and multinationals.

Ivy is a regular lecturer for the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia and the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers. She is also a frequent contributor to articles on taxation for the Tax guardian, the Malaysian accounting journal and Comment from CHC. Previously, she worked in the indirect tax team in one of the four major accounting firms, during which she specializing in GST and implementation projects.

For more details and to register, please scan the barcode here.


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