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The Business Environment in Hong Kong and Singapore: Competition and Complementarity
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The World Bank annual index regularly classes Singapore and Hong Kong amongst the economies with the most favorable regulatory environment for the creation and development of business. Both jurisdictions, placed by the OECD in the list of International Financial Centers, are the key bases for entrepreneurs and SMEs wishing to expand in Asia. Between Hong Kong’s "laissez-faire" and Singapore's interventionism, how to choose the jurisdiction that will be best placed for your business?

23/07/2015
When: 23/07/2015
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Carly Walter


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The Business Environment
in Hong Kong and Singapore:
Competition and Complementarity

   

     
Date:
Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
Time:
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue:



CanCham Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central,Hong Kong

Price:
Members $200/
Non-Members $300
(Lunch Provided)

 

About the Event:


The World Bank annual index regularly classes Singapore and Hong Kong amongst the economies with the most favorable regulatory environment for the creation and development of business. Both jurisdictions, placed by the OECD in the list of International Financial Centers, are the key bases for entrepreneurs and SMEs wishing to expand in Asia. Between Hong Kong’s "laissez-faire" and Singapore's interventionism, how to choose the jurisdiction that will be best placed for your business?

Pierre Vanrenterghem of Rosemont Singapore and Raphael Beaudrey of Rosemont Hong Kong, will compare the legal entities available to conduct business, their mode of implementation and administration, the income tax treatment and tax exemption systems, the implementation of international tax treaties, the grants systems and development program incentives proposed by each government, as well as the immigration policies, etc ... eventually leading to answer the essential question: what jurisdiction will best meet your business’ needs?




About the Speakers:
Raphael Beaudrey
Business Development Manager, Rosemont (Hong Kong) Ltd, Asia Pacific Superyacht Association


Since 2006 Raphael has gained significant working experience in Hong Kong, undertaking various positions performing multi-skilled missions in the domains of Corporate Service, Fiduciary & Trust Services, Consulting and Finance.

Raphael graduated in International Wealth Management and Accounting and Finance at University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. Previously working as an independent French wealth management advisor, focused on real estate and tax planning, Raphael started his Asian experience in Hong Kong for a Monaco CSP company.

His various missions allowed him to manage clients’ projects in Asia, Europe, Middle-East and Russia and in different markets such as offshore and trust services, energy, finance, fashion, where he acquired multi-cultural relationship skills.



Pierre Vanrenterghem
Consultant, Rosemont Singapore

Pierre has been working in Singapore since 2009. He developed significant experience and innovative solutions in co
rporate, tax and immigration matters for his clients.

Pierre graduated in Business from ESSEC Business School and also holds a Master’s degree in Law. He was previously working in Paris and later managed the Corporate Service department of a Singapore-based German law firm. Prior joining Rosemont, Pierre was a legal consultant in a Singapore-based law firm where he was in charge of corporate, tax and immigration matters.
He has experience advising companies and individuals on their investment or commercial projects as well as their relocation in Singapore and South East Asia


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