As a member of Crowe Global, i.e., the ninth largest accounting network in the world, Crowe Horwath First Trust (“Crowe Singapore”) is an award-winning firm that leverages its core strengths in Audit, Advisory, Tax, Transfer Pricing, Risk Advisory, Corporate Services, Outsourcing, Fund Administration, Corporate Finance, and Valuation to bring smart decisions that create lasting value for our clients. With a global reach, and a local expertise, Crowe Singapore is well positioned as a one-stop, integrated solutions’ provider of a full suite of professional services to a diverse and international clientele, including public-listed entities, multinational corporations, and financial institutions.
Led by hands-on, approachable, and forward-looking partners – all of whom are heavily involved in the day-to-day client work, Crowe Singapore delivers value by helping clients navigate the regulatory landscape and break down complex issues into fresh, practical insights and advice.
The tax division of Crowe Singapore offers a full range of solutions to assist businesses and individuals to comply with and manage a broad range of tax obligations including individual and corporate tax compliance and advisory, international tax, transfer pricing, goods and services tax (“GST”), global mobility, transaction support, private wealth services, tax dispute resolution, and digital advisory. In the area of digital advisory, Crowe Singapore has built a strong expertise in helping token issuers, and fintech and blockchain companies to understand and comply with corporate and individual tax obligations.
Clients value Crowe Singapore’s close involvement in corporate decision-making through its advice to clients on how to achieve specific business objectives such as cross-border acquisitions, investments, restructuring, etc., in the most tax efficient manner, and its provision of practical solutions to an array of complex and challenging tax problems involving international tax issues.
Crowe Singapore’s tax partners regularly contribute articles published by the International Tax Review (“ITR”), and Bloomberg Tax.