Willis joined KPMG in 1995, admitted into the partnership in 1997, served as Head of Tax, and currently a board member and served as Partner in charge of the Tax & Investment Dept. KPMG in Taiwan.
Willis is also a member of the Biotech and New Pharmaceutical Development Commission, Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs, as well as the external advisor of Research and Development Management Committee, Academia Sinica.
Before he joined KPMG, he worked for the National Taxation Bureau of Taipei Ministry of Finance, and served as Chief position for eight years, his solid with tax expertise and numerous years of practical experience has helped many clients solve various difficult tax issues.
Willis provides professional services for domestic and multinational companies and entrepreneur families in many industries. His area of focus includes tax planning on corporate investment structure, business model and shareholding structure for multinational enterprises, tax evaluation on estate tax and gift tax for individuals or families, transfer pricing related tax planning, and cross-straits and international tax advisory services. He also assists clients in identifying and seeking tax-saving opportunities through domestic tax concessions, incentives and tax treaties, managing tax audit or tax authority challenge, as well as providing tax administrative remedy services as a professional tax litigation agent.
He is frequently invited to give lectures and serve as financial advisors domestically and abroad, including KPMG Biotech-Healthcare and Life Sciences & Health Care Industry seminars, the Industrial and Commercial Institute on tax accounting related issues in China, and the Accounting Research and Development Foundation in Taiwan on tax related issues, as well as the China Productivity Center, the major media, and the Group's corporate on tax related issues.