With the recent changes in the global tax landscape and the codification of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) and enactment of transfer pricing law in Hong Kong, it appears that the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department (IRD) has been deploying more resources in conducting tax audits and investigations on the taxpayers’ business affairs, particularly those involving offshore claims and cross-border transactions.
In this seminar, PwC Tax Controversy Services professionals will share their insights in tax audits and handling offshore claims. Topics to be covered include:
- The latest landscape of tax controversy and offshore claim in Hong Kong
- Common areas and circumstances triggering a tax audit;
- Practical tactics to resolve with the IRD’s tax audits and challenges on offshore claims;
- Precaution measures to avoid potential tax disputes;
- Real life case sharing; and
- A light touch on the BEPS 2.0 implications.
Mr Philip Hung
Philip has over 30 years' experience in Hong Kong taxation with six years in IRD. He is a well-known expert in the tax field and investigation specialty. After he left the IRD, Philip concentrated in assisting clients in handling tax investigation and field audit cases. He is the first to set up a specialized team to handle the IRD’s tax investigation and field audit cases for clients in the industry. His clients include charitable institutions, fund managers, SME, listed companies and various MNC. He assisted in handling complicated cases such as the IRD’s review on major charitable institutions, worldwide onshore/offshore claim, disputes on contracting processing and import processing arrangements, offshore claim for Macao Offshore Company, IRD prosecution case and transfer pricing manipulation.
Mr Felix Tsang
Felix has over 15 years of experience in handling tax audits and in tax dispute resolution for multinational corporations, local SMEs as well as charitable institutions. In particular, he assisted in resolving tax audit cases conducted by the IRD on major charitable institutions and its related parties. Other cases he handled involved a diverse range of issues such as cross-border transactions, offshore claims, anti-avoidance and charities’ tax exemption status review. Felix also has extensive experience on tax advisory projects including application for tax exemption for charitable organisations, tax health check, defence file building and post-audit restructuring.
||07:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
||Meeting Room N101 , Level 1, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong|
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Fees are non-refundable and seats are non-transferable.
This seminar will be opened for enrolment on 10 January 2020 at 11:00am. Acceptance will be on a first-come-first-served basis. (Only ADF Friends and online enrolment will be accepted. Please make sure that you have registered as an ADF Friend and have your ADF Friend account activated before enrolment.
Completed CPD hours will be granted to attendees who have attended a full session of seminar. For those who have not attended full session, the number of CPD hours will be discounted accordingly. For the exact recognition of the CPD hours, please check with the respective Institute or Association.
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