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Sanjiv Kumar Chaudhary


Member at the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA), New York, USA since January, 2019. Re-appointed in January 2022.
He has more than 39 years of professional experience in domestic and international tax advisory and consulting.

He was elected in 2013 as a member, Central Council of ICAI from the Northern Region for 2013-16. Re-elected in 2016 as a member Central Council of ICAI from Northern Region for 2016-19.

He has served as a member of various committees of ICAI such as Expert Advisory Committee, Research Committee, Accounting Standard Board, Corporate Law & Corporate Governance Committee, Board of Studies, etc.

He has a vast knowledge & experience in handling complex tax issues including those relating to domestic/international tax, transfer pricing & taxation of cross-border transactions. Regulatory represents clients before various tax authorities including Appellate Forum & Competent Authority of India on complex tax issues.

He works very closely with Senior legal counsel for matters in Supreme Court & High Court in relation to case preparation/strategy formulation etc for tax matters.

He has been the member of FICCI’s Taxation Committee Since 2015.
He is the Chairman of the Delhi Chapter of Chamber of Tax Consultants since July 2021.
He is also the Chairman of Tax & Tariff Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce and member of Direct Tax Committee of ASSOCHAM, PHD Chamber of Commerce, FICCI, etc.

He is an Advisor to Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Bar Association, New Delhi
He is the member of the Direct Taxes Committee of the Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC), Mumbai for the year 2020-21 and 2021-22
He had been given the responsibility by International Tax Committee of ICAI to revise the publication “Basics of International Taxation”. The fourth edition was published/released by ICAI in October, 2020. Was also responsible for preparing the basic draft of this publication in 2006 and its revisions in 2012 & 2016.

He is a regular contributor to the tax journals and has been writing a column called “Tax Talk” in The Hindu Business Line for the last more than 10 years (approx.)