|Programme Code :||20200623|
|Event Date :||23 June 2020 (Tuesday)|
|Time :||6 : 00 pm - 8 : 00 pm|
|Venue :||Live webinar|
|Speakers :||Mr Peter Kung, Adjunct Professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|CPD Credit :||2 hrs|
|Proficiency Level :||Non-technical|
|Document :||TIHK Intl Textbook order form.pdf|
|Fee :||HK $ 150 for TIHK member / student
HK $ 200 for Non-member
HK $ 180 for members of organizations of CPD Alliance
The Greater Bay Area is an important initiative of the Central and Hong Kong Governments. It provides many opportunities for people in Hong Kong. In this seminar, we are delighted that a leading tax expert who has actively been providing inputs to help shape the GBA tax policies will discuss:
- The importance of market in economic growth
- How big the Greater Bay Market is and what it can offer to professionals in Hong Kong
- Whether Hong Kong citizens who work or live in the Greater Bay Area will be subject to worldwide tax in the PRC
Peter is a National Committee Member of the 13th Chinese People’s Political Consultative the Chairman of Supreme Genius Consulting Company Limited. He was Vice Chairman of KPMG China. He was also President of the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong from 2007 to 2009.
He has over 30 years of professional experience. He started his professional career in the United Kingdom and returned to Hong Kong in 1992. Since then, he has specialised in China tax. He has provided advice to many multinational companies in relation to their merger and acquisition projects, real estate transactions and transfer price arrangements. He also holds regular meetings with the governments in the mainland and Hong Kong to exchange ideas on taxation policies that affect the two tax jurisdictions. He is one of the very few professionals in Hong Kong who possesses the qualification to practise tax in mainland China. In Jun 2016, he was appointed as one of the “accounting consulting experts” by the Ministry of Finance, PRC.
He is Adjunct Professor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Beijing Normal University. He has been very active in advising the mainland and Hong Kong governments on policies concerning the Greater Bay Area. He is currently Vice President of Guangdong’s Association For Promotion of Cooperation between Guangdong, Hong Kong & Macao and Guangdong-HK-Macao Bay Area Entrepreneurs Union.