Seminar: The Corporate Treasury Centre Incentive and Common Reporting Standards in Hong Kong
香港商界會計師協會(HKBAA)邀得德勤中國兩位稅務專家Ms. Candy Chan 及Ms. Samantha Tan，為會員們剖析企業財資中心須具備的條件、稅項減免的新規則、共同申報準則稅務資訊交換等議題，這些新的措施會為本港企業帶來什麼影響呢？各大企業又應該怎樣面對？在此，誠邀各位參加以下研討會：
【The Corporate Treasury Centre Incentive and Common Reporting Standards in Hong Kong】研討會
登記及會員交流時間：6:15pm - 7:00pm
研討會時間：7:00pm - 8:30pm (CPD: 1.5)
講者：Ms. Candy Chan, Tax Principal, International and M&A Tax Services, Deloitte
Ms. Samantha Tan, Tax Senior Manager, International and M&A Tax Services, Deloitte
語言：廣東話 / 英語
Part A: The Corporate Treasury Centre Incentive in Hong Kong – How Can Your Company Benefit?
The overview of the new CTC rules - What is a "qualifying CTC"
What corporate treasury activities qualify for tax concessionary treatment
What are the limitations and potential practical issues of adopting the CTC rules
What is the longstanding constraint on interest deductibility in Hong Kong, and how would the new interest deductibility rules lift that constraint?
Speaker: Ms. Samantha Tan
Samantha has 12 years of experience providing international tax consulting and compliance services for both foreign and China/Hong Kong based multinationals. Her key area of focus is on cross-border tax structuring, with a view to helping her clients achieve tax efficiency on profit repatriation, financing and exit. She has advised numerous financial and strategic investors on inbound and outbound investments, group restructuring and other cross-border transactions in the Asia Pacific, Europe and Africa. She was also the lead manager on the structuring and due diligence of a number of high-profile transactions in Hong Kong
Part B: Common Reporting Standards – How does it affect your company?
CRS is promulgated by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to facilitate the exchange of financial account information between jurisdictions around the globe in an international and standardized manner under prescribed legal frameworks, account due diligence and reporting procedures. About 100 countries have committed to adopt CRS, this is a global attempt to enhance tax transparency and combat international tax evasion. Our speaker will provide an overview of CRS and highlight the key differences between FATCA and CRS, and the current status of financial institutions in implementing CRS.
Speaker: Ms. Candy Chan
Candy is a tax principal of the International and M&A Tax Services Group of Deloitte Hong Kong office. She has over 15 years of experience in providing U.S. tax compliance and consulting services to multinational clients. She is a member of AICPA and HKICPA. Candy specializes in international corporate tax consulting services with respect to U.S. outbound and inbound transactions involving controlled foreign corporation (“CFC”), Passive Foreign Investment Company (“PFIC”) and other U.S. cross-border issues such as foreign corporations doing business in the U.S.
For the past two years, she closely followed on the development of FATCA/CRS regulations and was actively engaged in various FATCA/CRS projects.
Supported FATCA country leader in FATCA/CRS initiatives in the Asia Pacific region including presentations, seminars and briefings to the financial services industry on how FATCA/CRS would impact their business operations and the challenges ahead.
Involved in the provision of local support to facilitate the understanding of client staff engaged in the impact assessment for financial services industry.
Advised the impact of the proposed FATCA/CRS rules to clients in different financial industries and assisted with FATCA/CRS implementation.
Advised governmental entities on whether they could be exempt from FATCA/CRS based on the proposed and final regulations.
Frequent speaker on FATCA topics in Hong Kong.
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