International Tax Seminar
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Managing your cross-border tax risks
“Disruption” is the latest buzz word, not just in the business world, but also in the world of tax. As disruption changes the playing field for businesses, the tax landscape consequently shifts as well.
Multiple factors, from geopolitical uncertainty to regulatory and legislative changes, rapid rise of big data and digitisation to increased transparency requirements enforced by technology-enabled tax authorities cooperating across national boundaries, are disrupting businesses, business models as well as the tax environment. Businesses need to deal with constantly evolving cross-border tax challenges. To avert negative impact to operations, businesses need to adopt a forward-looking approach and think broadly and proactively about potential tax risks and ensure timely access to relevant information.
Although disruption comes with its challenges, it also creates new opportunities for businesses to grow. To stay ahead of the competition, businesses have to be agile, flexible and keep abreast of developments to timely capitalise on such opportunities.
- Impact of the multilateral instrument
- How companies can better manage transfer pricing documentation requirements and operationalise their intercompany pricing policies
- How operating models and structures have evolved in the post-base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) era
- Indirect tax trends and developments in the Asia-Pacific region and their impact on businesses
- Latest case developments on permanent establishment
- Whether the new inward re-domiciliation regime in Singapore can be a restructuring tool
- Chester Wee, Singapore Leader,International Tax Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- David Ong, Partner, Corporate Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Luis Coronado, EY Asean Leader, International Tax Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Mark Wong, Managing Director, PK Wong & Associates LLC
- Nick Muhlemann, Partner, Operating Model Effectiveness, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Paul Griffiths, Partner, Operating Model Effectiveness, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Stephen Lam, Partner, Transfer Pricing Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Wong Hsin Yee, Partner, International Tax Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
- Yeo Kai Eng, Partner, Indirect Tax Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
Clients and alumni: S$200 per person
Public: S$250 per person
* Includes seminar materials, coffee break and GST