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April 2007 Interview
|This month's interview is with Brendan T. Kelly, Partner Baker & McKenzie China: "Important Tax Tips for Doing Business in China"|
About Brendan T. Kelly
Brendan Kelly has over eight years of tax advisory experience. He has performed a wide range of analysis of various industries with regard to China tax implications. He advises clients on tax and legal implication of investment in China and supported a broad range of cross-border transactions. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Kelly was promoted to Partner with the Tax and Business Advisory Services Group of the Beijing office of a Big Four Accounting Firm.
Publications: “The Unification of the Enterprise Income Tax Systems: What Might it Mean for Foreign Investors”, CCH China Tax Intelligence (Inaugural Edition-Cover Story, May 2005); Deloitte &Touche China Tax and Business Guide, 2002
Education & Bar Admission: Kelly graduated Phi Betta Kappa from Trinity University, San Antonio in 1994 with a B.A. in Economics and Chinese, and from University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia in 1997. He is admitted to practice in New York. Languages: English, Mandarin.