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20221024 The latest tax incentive for doing business in the GBA

Programme Code:
24 October 2022 (Monday)
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Ms Ada Ma, Partner, Business Tax Services, EY

Mr Noah Ye, Manager, Business Tax Services, EY

Live webinar
Proficiency Level:
Intermediate Level
$100 – $150
CPD Hours:
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Application Form:
20221024 enrollment form


The Greater Bay Area (GBA) initiative is an important vehicle for growth among Hong Kong businesses. It offers exciting synergies by integrating the competitive advantages of nine Mainland cities, Hong Kong and Macau into a world-class business hub and an international innovation and technology centre. During the session, we will share the latest thinking on corporate and individual income tax implications for organisations that operate within the GBA. We will share our observations on common practices in the GBA, pitfalls and advice on how to incorporate key tax considerations into an organisation’s GBA strategy.

Speaker Profile

Ada has over 15 years of experience in providing tax advisory services to local and multinational clients in Hong Kong. She has extensive experience in principal and global structuring planning, business reorganization, pre- and post-acquisition IP ownership and supply chain strategies, all the way down to reporting and compliance. Ada also assists companies with business discussion, both at the C-suite and tax leadership level, to develop the right strategy across the co-sourcing continuum. Based on a company’s unique drivers, she helps to develop a tax operating model strategy that leverages a best-in-class and best-in-cost approach which is needed to navigate challenges they face.

Ada is also leading the global incentive and location study team in the Greater China Region. She assists clients in site selection and identifying business incentives to help select optimal locations, secure and realize maximum savings for both tax and non-tax incentives, and create operational efficiencies that reduce project costs associated with employment growth and capital expenditures.

Noah Ye is a Manager in China Business Tax Advisory Services at Ernst and Young Tax Services Limited. Noah has over 9 years of experience in providing China tax services in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, and is experienced in providing overall tax planning services for clients in the Great Bay Area. Noah is skillful in handling practical tax issues in China (e.g. tax controversy), and his portfolio covering various industries including but not limited to high-tech, energy and natural resources, food and beverage, manufacturing, real estate, etc.