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EY Presents: Tax Risk Management and the Planning Process: How Can You Prepare?
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EY Presents:   Tax Risk Management and the Planning Process:  How Can You Prepare?

With the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plans in full swing, the G20 members issued Communique that profits should be taxed where economic activities are performed and where value is created, the focus on “permanent establishment” & “substance”, is becoming of utmost importance to multinationals corporate structures.

20/04/2015
When: 20/04/2015
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Rd
Central
Hong Kong


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EY Presents: 

Tax risk management
and the planning process:

How can you prepare?

Price:

Members $200 / Non-Members $300
(Lunch Provided)
About the Event:

With the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plans in full swing, the G20 members issued Communique that profits should be taxed where economic activities are performed and where value is created, the focus on “permanent establishment” & “substance”, is becoming of utmost importance to multinationals corporate structures.Over the past 2 years, we are seeing countries reacting to this new era of increased substance, Hong Kong and mainland China are no different.

Mainland China is doing its part to pursue tax reform to support the current State policy of transforming mainland China into a technology driven market economy. We have seen a commitment from both the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) and the Central Government to pursue reform that improves the integrity of the tax system and protecting its taxing rights.Meanwhile, Hong Kong is committed to protecting its own tax base through strengthening the administration of its domestic legislation.

In light of the above, we are pleased to invite you to attend our seminar where we will provide insight into the latest developments from Hong Kong and mainland China including:
  • Key highlights on the discussion draft of OECD BEPS Action 7 - Prevent the Artificial Avoidance of Permanent Establishment Status
  • The Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department’s (IRD) recently announced procedures for obtaining a certificate of Hong Kong residence.
  • Mainland China’s current response to the substance debate and how it is seeking to understand the output from both the OECD as well as the laws of other countries so it can modify its own domestic law guidance.
  • The China SAT Notice [2015] No.7 (“Notice 7”) released on 3 February 2015, which provides updated specific anti-tax avoidance rules on indirect offshore transfer of Chinese assets. Not only has Notice 7 redefining the applicable scope and included deeming provisions, it also brought in exceptions, and safe harbor rules on qualifying group restructuring.
Come and join us in this interactive and analytical seminar to network with your peers and listen to our experienced tax professionals, discuss the latest Hong Kong and mainland China tax issues encountered by taxpayers, their implications on your business operations and how you can prepare with respect to your tax risk management and planning process.
About the Speakers:
Becky Lai
Senior Advisor
Greater China Tax Policy Services Leader,EY Hong Kong
Becky has over 30 years of experience in tax consulting on cross-border investments, she is nominated as one of the World’s Leading Tax Advisers in the Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisers (8th Edition). Shemaintains frequent dialogues and works very closely with the authorities on matters affecting cross-border taxation.Between 2011 to 2013, Becky supported the China State Administration of Taxation on the G20 Peer Review in relation to China’s taxation system, research on current issues including General Anti-Avoidance Rules, Controlled Foreign Corporations, Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters and the taxation of cross-border services.
Tracy Ho
Tax Managing Partner, EY Hong Kong & Macau
Tracy has 20 years of experience in providing tax consulting advice for multinational corporations with pan-Asian operations, on a range of matters, including inbound and outbound investments. Tracy has diverse industry experience, including hotels, media, marketing and distribution, real estate, retailing, telecommunications, textile and product manufacturing and trading.
Tracy has been voted as one of the Leading Tax Advisers in Hong Kong by the Legal Media Group’s Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisers in each edition since 2007. She regularly contributes articles and presents tax seminars on the latest tax developments and changes.

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