Kriti Chawla is a Chartered Accountant and a Company Secretary. She has completed LL.M. in International Tax Law from King’s College, London. She has nearly a decade of experience working in direct taxation and international taxation including working with consultancy firms such as Ernst and Young and Grant Thornton.
Being an avid writer on international tax, her dissertation on ‘Transfer Pricing of Intangibles: An Evaluative Study under the OECD and the Indian Environment’ was awarded the ‘Best Dissertation in LL.M. Tax Laws’ by Dickson Poon School of Law and PwC Tax Litigation, London. Meritoriously sponsored by King’s College London, Kriti attended the International Tax Summer School 2015 at the University of Cambridge.
Her research papers on ‘Attribution of Profits to Permanent Establishments’ and ‘Digital India in the Digital International Tax Domain’ has been awarded by the Foundation for International Taxation, Mumbai for which she received ‘FIT Fellowship 2018’ and ‘FIT Fellowship 2019’.
She is Special Invitee Member of the Committee on International Taxation, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India where she has contributed to publications on ‘Taxation of Non-Residents’, ‘Guidance Note on Report under Section 92E of the Income Tax Act, 1961’, ‘Basics on International Taxation’ etc. She regular writes for publications such as Taxmann, ETCFO on her research area in transfer pricing.