Partner, PwC Tax Japan
Global Mobility Services
US Certified Public Accountant
US Certified Financial Planner
Marcus Wong has dedicated his entire career to advising some of the world’s largest multinational companies and their senior executives on global mobility issues and individual tax compliance and planning.
Marcus began his career in the PwC Canada Toronto office in 1997 before transferring to the PwC Tax Japan Tokyo office in 2000 and being admitted as a partner in 2013. His clients span the entire spectrum of different industries and sectors including financial services, energy, industrials, health care, technology as well as professional services companies such as law firms. Over the course of his career, he has developed an extensive international network of mobility and tax specialists in most major countries around the world.
The world is becoming a smaller and smaller place but the world of work is changing, becoming increasingly competitive and complex. Expanding a company’s global reach is vital to a company’s success. Even with the incredible advances in technology, companies need to have the right people and talent in the right roles, right locations and at the right cost. My mission is to help companies navigate the complicated cross-border visa and immigration, income tax and other mobility issues, develop best practices to manage their mobility programs and to advise senior executives with financial and tax planning to help them meet their short and long term goals.
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