Thomson Reuters and GTS announce winners of China Tax Awards 2012

2012-12-14 15:03:13 -

Awards highlight professional achievements and contributions to tax
profession in China

CHINA, December 14, 2012 - Thomson Reuters, the world's leading source of
intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced the
winners of China Tax Awards 2012.

Over 80 entries had been submitted to compete for the five awards selected by an
esteemed panel of jurors comprising Thomson Reuters, renowned academics from
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Institute of Tax and Scientific
Research, and reputed CFOs across China.

The selected winners were:
* Tax Practitioners of the Year:

* Mr. Fu Tie, Tax Head, YiHai Kerry Group
* Ms. Julia Li, Country Tax Counsel, Citigroup
* Mr. Wu Meng, China Tax Director, Lenovo
* Mr. Watson Wang, APAC Tax Director, SABIC Inc.
* Ms. Marilyn Lu, Global Tax Director, NetEase Group

* Tax Leadership of the Year:

* Ms. Cindy Li, Greater China Tax Director, Microsoft (China) Co., Ltd

* Tax Risk Management Practitioner of the Year:

* Mr. Jackie Chan, APAC Tax Director, Lear Corporation (Shanghai) Limited

* Tax Practice Elite of the Year:

* Mr. Tommy Wu, National Tax Director, Carrefour China

* Tax Service Provider of the Year:

* KPMG China

The organisation of China Tax Awards 2012 came at a time when tax professionals
in China are faced with challenges both from the global environment as well as
domestic tax reforms. By identifying the best tax practitioners in China today
through the awards, GTS and Thomson Reuters seek to exemplify and highlight best
practices in tax management for professionals to learn and benefit from.

"The quality and diverse nature of the entries we received demonstrate the wide
spread appeal for those working in the tax and accounting profession to be
recognised for the critical role they play in doing business in China. It was an
incredibly hard decision to choose a winner for each of the categories as the
level of entries were so high", said Charlotte Rushton, managing director, Asia
Pacific and EMEA for the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters.

"Congratulations to all winners for their exceptional achievements in tax
leadership, planning and risk management. We look forward to build upon your
expertise and experience for the development and advancement of the tax
profession in China," added Golden Lee, general manager of GTS, Golden Finance.

All winners were on-hand to receive their awards, given out during the GTS
2(nd) China Tax Director Conference held at The Hongta Hotel, Shanghai on 13 and
14 December 2012.

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