WTS Taxise among Asian Legal Business’ 2023 Singapore Firms to Watch
14 Mar 2023, Singapore – Taxise Asia LLC (WTS Taxise) has been recognised as among Asian Legal Business’ (ALB) Singapore Firms to Watch in 2023. This annual list consists of 10 small- and medium-sized Singapore law firms which have made an impact on the market and are “either challenging or with the potential to challenge much larger law firms for their share of the work”.
“We are honoured to be part of ALB’s Singapore Firms to Watch. As a Singapore boutique law firm specialising in international tax and trade, our strengths lie in the hard work and commitment of our tax lawyers and the continued trust of our clients,” Co-Founder and Principal Eugene Lim said.
Co-Founder and Principal Irving Aw added: “This recognition comes at an exciting time for WTS Taxise as we build not only our tax disputes practice but also our collaboration with market-recognised tax expert and senior transfer pricing specialist Adnan Begic.
WTS Taxise has recently been recognised by a number of leading legal publications such as Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2023, Chambers Asia Pacific 2023, ITR World Tax and World Transfer Pricing 2023, ITR Asia Pacific Awards 2022, Lexology Client Choice Awards 2022, asialaw 2023 and Best Lawyers 2023 over the past months. View the awards and accolades page here.
Founded in 2019 by some of the region’s market-leading international tax and international trade lawyers and practitioners, WTS Taxise offers practical and audit conflict-free objective advice on complex local and international tax and international trade matters drawn from its unique mix of professionals, including lawyers, tax accountants, economists, academics, and senior former in-house tax specialists in its ranks. The firm also has specialist teams that focus on the tax needs of China and Japan clients. Together, the firm provides holistic, multi-disciplinary perspectives and solutions to address our clients’ most difficult and strategic international tax, international trade, and transfer pricing issues.