Shigeki Minami is an attorney-at law admitted in Japan in 1997. Shigeki is a partner at Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, a Japanese law firm with over 500 lawyers located principally in Tokyo, and in New York and across Eastern Asia. He advises international clients on a wide range of tax issues in disputes and transactions. His experiences cover transfer pricing, international reorganizations, cross-border merger and acquisitions, anti-tax-haven (CFC) rules, non-resident withholding tax issues, and other international and corporate tax matters. He has successfully obtained significant judgments in his representation of large corporate clients. Such clients include a leading U.S. information technology company in a case involving anti-avoidance rules, and a global Japanese car manufacturer, a global Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturer, and a leading Japanese ceramic manufacturer in transfer pricing cases.
Mr. Minami served as the Chair of the Asia-Pacific Regional Committee of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) from 2016 to 2018, and currently serves as a member of the Practice Council of the International Tax Program at New York University School of Law. In addition, Mr. Minami is a member of the Study Group for the Global Minimum Tax under Pillar Two, which was established by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan in 2022.
LL.B., University of Tokyo (1994)
LL.M., Corporate Law, New York University School of Law (2002)
LL.M., Taxation, New York University School of Law (2003)
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