Financial Services Committee Co-Chair

Partner, Tax (U.S. Desk), PwC Singapore

Allison Cheung is a tax partner of PwC Singapore where she concentrates her practice in international tax advisory with a focus on US Tax. She has over 26 years of multi-jurisdiction tax experience with a balanced blend of professional tenure in publicly-listed and private multinational companies, a European cooperative bank, as well as PwC in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Singapore. She is known for her tactical and strategic planning in various high-value tax controversy cases with significant wins for the companies she represented. Her expanded role includes providing business and treasury solutions in navigating through various regulatory, foreign exchange and tax environments traversing Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Americas markets.

Her professional journey began in 1991 with PwC where she held various roles in Los Angeles and Hong Kong. In 2000, she pursued her tax career with several multinational companies spanning across financial services, technology, and transportation & logistics industries.Allison is well respected by many as one of the top tax directors in the region. This is evidenced by her expanded global role in an SGX listed company in Group Tax management and business advisory in 2013. Allison flourishes in her career as a trusted business advisor especially with her ability in identifying tax and business issues and risks with “a surgical eye” and simultaneously originates tactical advice and counsel in mitigating the risks while achieving value creation for her organizations. Allison was admitted to partnership in PwC Singapore in June 2017. Allison’s success stories tread beyond “Tax”. She has abundant of passion for creating and designing treasury and structured financing solutions where ultimately enhancing shareholders’ value, and providing strategic advisory in Fintech initial coin offering transactions.

Allison is a regular speaker at various conferences in Asia. She recently published an article in Bloomberg BNA Tax and spoke in a PwC network firm hosted webcast on US tax reform.