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Ka Sen Wong

Partner

Sydney

Wong Ka Sen
Ka Sen Wong

Partner

Sydney

Ka Sen leads Allen & Overy's Australian tax department. He provides expert tax advice across a wide range of areas, including private and public M&A, funds, TMT, projects, energy and resources, infrastructure, financial services and capital markets. He advises on both transactional work and ATO investigations/disputes. Clients appreciate Ka Sen’s ability to reduce complex rules to workable solutions and plain English advice, his “high-quality, commercially minded service” and his ability to think laterally and develop “alternative strategies and solutions” that are “tailored to work for us”.

Legal 500 lists Ka Sen as a Leading Individual, and Ka Sen is also a Ranked Lawyer and Noted Practitioner with Chambers and Partners.

Ka Sen is a member of the Tax committees of the Law Council of Australia, the Tax Institute of Australia and the Australian Investment Council and regularly consults on new developments.

Experience highlights

Office

Sydney

Allen & Overy
Level 25, 85 Castlereagh Street
Sydney
NSW 2000

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted to practise in New South Wales, 2005

Academic

Master of Laws, University of Sydney, 2010

Bachelor of Commerce, University of Sydney, 2003

Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Sydney, 2003

Recognition

News & insights

Publications: 01 JUNE 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus: multi-jurisdictional survey on force majeure and equivalent doctrines

This high-level comparative survey of the legal position relating to force majeure and other similar doctrines covers ten key jurisdictions: England & Wales, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy,…

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News: 01 JUNE 2020

Allen & Overy Italy awarded “Law Firm of the Year – VAT” at the Legalcommunity Tax Awards

Allen & Overy has been awarded "Law Firm of the Year – VAT" at the Legalcommunity Tax Awards 2020, the annual awards held by LC Publishing Group to acknowledge excellences in the areas of fiscal and…

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Publications: 27 MAY 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus: Implications of current travel restrictions for the tax residency status of companies

Government responses to the Covid-19 pandemic have included restricting travel and implementing quarantine requirements for those who do travel. As a result, managers and directors who are living in…

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Publications: 29 APRIL 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus: a cross-jurisdictional update on the pandemic’s impact on tax regulations

The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic currently spreading across Europe, Asia-Pacific and the United States has resulted in an unprecedented demand for urgent tax relief measures across industries and…

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