Baker & McKenzie has announced the re-appointment of Steven Sieker as a partner in the firm’s Hong Kong office. With experience in Hong Kong, Canadian and Asian regional corporate tax advisory work, wealth management and tax litigation, the firm is hopeful Sieker’s addition will strengthen its global tax capabilities in Hong Kong. After undertaking university studies in Canada, Sieker was employed as a law clerk in the Supreme Court of Canada. He later joined Baker & McKenzie in 1998, and was appointed as a partner in 2004 in the Hong Kong office’s tax group. Sieker returned to Canada in 2007 and now rejoins the firm from Bennett Jones in Calgary. Previously a member of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department Board of Review, Sieker has also acted as part-time instructor in Tax and Revenue Law at Hong Kong University and City University of Hong Kong. He is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong, England and Wales, and as a barrister and solicitor in Alberta, Canada.

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