Dipesh Chauhan Bio

Dipesh Chauhan

Associate Director – Tax Advisory
ARDENT Advisory and Accounting LLC


  • Dipesh is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants  of India. Having started his career in 2012, is now working with ARDENT Advisory and Accounting focusing on UAE Corporate Tax
  • Prior to ARDENT, Dipesh was working with EY India for over 10 years’ focusing on tax advisory services and advising clients on international and domestic tax issues, including structuring transactions form a tax and cash flow optimization perspective, funding options, representation/ advocacy before tax authorities, permanent establishment related issues, etc
  • With EY India practice, Dipesh was a core member of the team focusing on India entry strategies and regulatory advocacy for the Consumer Products and retail sector


  • Dipesh has advised several MNCs and domestic clients within UAE in evaluating implications arising on account of introduction of new tax regimes/ laws, assisting clients with undertaking detailed impact analysis, re-modelling of operations, holding structure rationalization, inbound tax advisory and achieving overall cash and tax optimisation. 
  • Dipesh has also worked on formulation of internal SOPs for clients to streamline internal process and business functions to align with tax policies
  • Dipesh has acted as the knowledge partner for the Indian government investment promotion arm – Invest India and assisted in providing tax and regulatory assistance for companies having India foray plans
  • He has a varied experience in providing litigation support and assisting clients before the tax courts in India, representation before the tax authorities, ideating and drafting of industry recommendations before the concerned ministries, etc
  • International Tax advisory services include inter alia advising on international acquisitions, carve-out of business segment, investment structuring assignments and cross-border tax efficient structures, including IPR/brand location issues, restructuring transactions to minimise permanent establishment exposures, etc