Dong Gang(Tony)


Areas of Practice 

Tony Dong heads KWM’s tax practice in China, and is specialized in PRC tax and business advisory practice.

Tony has vast experience in advising clients on China tax and legal matters, including tax planning on investment and business structure, tax compliance and risk management, M&A and restructuring, tax dispute resolution, and tax incentives application, with a broad client portfolio covering pharmaceutical, energy, finance, telecom, IT, e-commerce, real estate, and manufacturing sectors. 

Tony has successfully represented many multinational and domestic clients on tax controversy projects, including transfer pricing investigation, anti-avoidance investigation, tax audit defense, tax appeal and tax litigation cases in China.

Tony has published a number of articles and publications on cross-border taxation, transfer pricing and tax dispute issues, and he is a regular speaker at international tax conferences.

Tony has been widely ranked as leading tax lawyer in China, by international legal directories including Chambers Asia Pacific, Legal 500, China Law & Practice, Asia Law Profiles, etc.

Work Experience

Prior to joining King & Wood in 2009, Tony worked for more than 9 years with Big-4 accounting firms, including PwC in Hong Kong, Deloitte and E&Y in Beijing, advising clients on China tax and business issues.

Tony is a graduate of University of International Business and Economics (majored in English) and he obtained the degree of Master of Accounting from USC(University of Southern California)in 1999.

Tony is admitted to practice law in the PRC, and he also has the professional qualification of AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) and Certified Tax Agent in China.

Tony’s working languages are English and Mandarin.


AQ Contact

AQ Contact
Dong Gang(Tony) is one of our AQ contacts.
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