China leadership changes and tax implications for business

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If you are a multinational business operating in China, you should expect changes in your tax planning due to the latest leadership changes and current macro-economic environment.

Join our professionals to discover how these changes will affect China’s tax policy reform. Topics to be discussed will include tax policy, the business tax / value-added tax convergence reform and the changes taking shape in today’s business environment.

This webcast will be of interest to tax professionals, tax directors and chief financial officers. Audience participants are encouraged to ask questions throughout the webcast.



Becky Lai

EY (Hong Kong), Tax Policy

Becky Lai is the Greater China Tax Policy Leader and is based in Hong Kong. She concentrates on China inbound and outbound investment tax structuring, financing for clients from various industries, advising multinational companies on Tax Effective Supply Chain Management. Becky also works closely with the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) on matters including cross border taxation, domestic rules drafting and advises clients on Tax Policy development.


Henry Chan

EY (China), Indirect Tax

Henry Chan is a partner in Business Tax Services and is based in Beijing. He has vast experience in lobbying with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) authorities for multinational companies on taxation matters and is regularly invited by the PRC tax authorities to share his views on proposed regulations. Henry has experience in investment and business consulting, joint venture negotiation and structuring advice. Additionally, he advises multinational companies on matters such as PRC foreign exchange control measures, permanent establishment issues, treaty relief applications, strategies for tax controversy and tax efficient supply chain management.


Kenneth Leung

EY (China), Indirect Tax

Kenneth is a partner in Indirect Tax and is based in Beijing. He works closely with government officials of the National People’s Congress, Ministry of Finance, Beijing Finance Bureau and other Chinese authorities on the VAT (value-added tax) reform project in China. Kenneth advises EY clients on all indirect tax matters.


Alice Chan-Loeb

EY (Hong Kong), International Tax Services Leader, Asia-Pacific

Alice Chan-Loeb, is the Asia Pacific International Tax Services Leader and is based in Hong Kong. She has more than 21 years of experience in international tax services – cross-border, tax effective supply chain planning, and comprehensive experience in cross-border planning in the technology sector.