Luis Coronado is a partner based in Singapore and is the Asean International Tax Services Leader.
Luis has worked in Asia since 2005 (of which almost 10 years have been based in Singapore) as part of his more than 20 years advisory experience in international tax and transfer pricing issues.
Before relocating to Asia, Luis spent several years serving domestic and multinational companies in Latin America. He has advised companies on the negotiation of bilateral advance pricing agreements and resolving mutual agreement procedures with countries across the globe. He has also served many German multinational companies and is fluent in German, having lived in Düsseldorf as a student. He has also worked in Tijuana, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Washington DC and Shanghai.
Luis is a frequent speaker at tax seminars and universities in the Americas, Asia, and Europe. He has been an instructor at the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation's programme for introducing transfer pricing to Latin American governments, as well as in their programmes in Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. He has also taught at the Yangzhou Taxation Institute of China's State Administration of Taxation. He is currently part of the Accountancy Faculty at Singapore Management University.
Luis has a bachelor's degree in international trade and customs (honours) from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He has also taken courses at American University, IBFD's International Tax Academy, New York University, Harvard University, and Vienna University. He is a member of the International Fiscal Association and has been voted numerous times into Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers and Best of the Best. He is also a member of Bloomberg BNA Transfer Pricing Advisory Board.
Recent international tax developments in Asia reflect the growing focus on transfer pricing, in tandem with global developments. This summary highlights recent key transfer pricing policy announcements in the region and discusses the potential local impact of country-by-country reporting (CBCR)...
It has been more than seven years since the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) released the Singapore Transfer Pricing Guidelines (Guidelines). The key developments in recent times are an increase in the focus of the IRAS on transfer pricing compliance and the use of Advance Pricing...