Peerapat joined PwC Thailand in 1995. He was made a tax partner in 2001 and has been appointed the leader of PwC Thailand transfer pricing practice.
Peerapat began his tax career in 1986. Prior to joining PwC, he had worked for the policy and planning division of the Thai Revenue Department for eight years. His main responsibilities when working at the Revenue Department were double tax treaties and mutual agreement procedures negotiations.
At PwC, Peerapat has been reviewing and defending transfer pricing practices adopted by multi-national companies in a wide range of industries. His work in transfer pricing includes advisory, benchmarking and documentation, Advance Pricing Agreement, value chain transformation and transfer pricing dispute resolutions.
Peerapat is recognised by the private sector as well as the Revenue officers as a leading transfer pricing expert in Thailand. He has been chosen to be the author of the Thailand TP chapters by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation. Peerapat is regularly invited to speak at Thailand leading universities, business organizations, and Thai and foreign tax administrations.
Besides transfer pricing, Peerapat specialises in international tax planning and structuring, double taxation agreements, corporate income tax, withholding tax, VAT, and tax dispute resolutions.
Transfer pricing, international tax planning and structuring, direct and indirect taxes, tax dispute resolutions
Peerapat holds an MBA, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA and B.SC.(Hons) in Economics, University of Surrey England.