Lin Wu

Co-Head of Markets Partner, Head of Financial Services

KPMG in Taiwan

Lin Wu is a Co-Head of Markets and Head of Financial Services at KPMG in Taiwan. Lin has more than 18 years of experience in assurance practice and more than 6 years of experience in advisory services. He served as a supervising senior in the KPMG LLP Washington DC office, performing audits for several SEC clients such as WorldCom. He also performed attestation services for several trust funds and conducted SAS 70 type II reviews for several service organizations in US. Lin was transferred to the KPMG Taipei office in 2004 and, currently, is responsible for financial statement audits, tax certification, and advisory services for several multinational clients in both financial service (FS) industry and non-FS industries.

Lin received his Master of Science in Accounting degree from American University in Washington DC, USA, and Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei, Taiwan. Lin is a Taiwanese Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and US CPA in Washington DC. Lin further received his US Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation in 2003.
 
 
Professional Service Experience
  • Audit and attestation related service- Provide financial statement attestation, corporate income tax return certifications and due diligence reviews
  • Internal control attestation services for financial institutions
  • IPO application for banks
  • FACTA leader in Taiwan-FATCA advisory services to many local financial institutions
  • IFRS 9 project leader
  • AML/FCC compliance advisory service

Areas of expertise

Banking Capital Markets Financial Services IPO Investment banks Securities

Education and qualifications

  • Master of Science in Accounting degree of American University, Washington, D.C. USA

Accreditation

  • R.O.C. Certified Public Accountant

  • U.S.A. Certified Public Accountant

  • U.S.A. Certified Management Accountant

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  • Taipei, TW
 

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