|Programme Code :||20191212|
|Event Date :||12 December 2019 (Thursday)|
|Time :||6 : 30 pm - 8 : 30 pm (6 : 00 pm registration)|
|Venue :||Rm 103, 1/F, 15 Hennessy Road, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, Wanchai, HK||View google map|
|Speakers :||Ms. Carol Liu and Ms. Winnie Shek|
|CPD Credit :||2 hrs|
|Proficiency Level :||Advanced Level|
|Fee :||HK $ 250 for TIHK member / student
HK $ 350 for Non-member
HK $ 300 for members of organizations of CPD Alliance
China continues to be an investment destination for many global companies even in the era of slower economic growth. To maintain its competitiveness in an ever faster evolving global economy, the Chinese Government has revamped some of the old rules and also rolled out a series of policies on tax reduction.
In this seminar, Carol Liu and Winnie Shek, the joint speakers will take you to have a throw-back on the newly issued China tax rules in 2019, including:
§ the recent changes in the simplified administrative policies for enjoying treaty benefits;
§ tax rules applicable to e-commerce retailers;
§ the VAT reduction package;
§ the draft Land-Appreciation Tax Law for comments and the new Cultivated Land Occupation Tax Law;
§ the Individual Tax incentives in Greater Bay Area;
§ Sharing on the latest regulatory and policy trends in China's tax administration, and
§ Highlight some published tax investigation cases.
Carol is a Tax Partner of Ernst & Young China and has extensive tax experience working in China Mainland, Hong Kong and the UK. Carol has extensive experiences in providing China tax and business advisory and compliance services for various industries, including manufacturing and retailing business, transportation and shipping, real estates, media, energy, e-commerce and finance institutions, etc.
Extensive International tax experiences, such as tax advisory and planning in relation to cross-border holding and operational structures and transactions.
Familiar with the local practices of different locations in China from tax and business perspectives, including establishing effective structures and operations in China.
Tax planning and implementation for restructuring, merger and acquisition transactions of multi-national companies.
Tax advisory on global supply chain and transfer pricing arrangement and planning.
Experience and expert in tax efficient arrangements for outbound investments and payments, etc.
Tax controversial support, including tax advisory and assistance in discussion with China tax authorities.
Ms. Winnie Shek, Tax Partner, Tax & Business Advisory Services, Deloitte China
Winnie Shek has over 16 years of professional experience in PRC and cross-border tax advisory services. She is specialized in providing tax and regulatory advice to multinational corporations, State-Owned Enterprises, listed companies as well as high-potential private companies. She has deep experience in all kinds of corporate tax projects, from general tax/regulatory compliance to tax planning and implementation including investment strategies and corporate reorganizations. She is particularly experienced in providing pre-IPO tax solutions to her clients, including identification and cleaning-up of uncertain tax positions, advising the tax implications from pre-IPO restructuring, etc. Her broad and extensive client-serving experience covers various industries, including health-care, luxury consumer products, property development, construction business, energy & resources, high-tech, etc. She is also a frequent speaker at various seminar and tax workshop.