Sandeep Jhunjhunwala is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, a Company Secretary and also holds Bachelor’s degrees in Law and Commerce. He currently leads the Corporate and M&A tax practise of the Firm in Bengaluru, Karnataka. He has more than 12 years of consulting experience in diverse fields of tax and regulatory aspects and specialises in advising clients in efficient business structuring, requiring global compliance of varied tax and regulatory requirements across several geographies. He has worked on a number of international leading multi-national companies across multiple sectors viz IT, communication, real estate, pharma, e-commerce, automotive to name a few. His signature work has been in delivering significant value in the most cost-effective manner remaining above board on all aspects of the law of the land. He has also been extensively involved in tax and regulatory compliance and litigation support.
Sandeep has been an eminent speaker/ panellist on tax and regulatory matters at various forums such as NASSCOM, ASSOCHAM, CII, BCIC, NAREDCO, CREDAI, industrial/ trade bodies such as TiE, Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), various Government recognised start-up incubators, Bengaluru chapters of the ICAI, ICSI & ICMAI and leading business schools & Engineering/ Commerce colleges in Bengaluru. He is a regular columnist and has written several articles on tax and regulatory matters in business dailies and magazines.
Sandeep is an honorary member of the National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) and Builders and Real Estate Developers Association of India (BREDAI). He is a mentor for the Start-up India programme of the Government of India and also serves as a member in Taxation and Representation committees of Karnataka State Chartered Accountants Association (KSCAA) and Direct & Indirect Taxes Committee of ASSOCHAM Karnataka council. He has recently authored a book on Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, titled “Decoding RERA”.