Past events

Events

Past events

TP Japanese Seminar: Audit trends and new reporting requirements

8 March 2017

A growing number of Malaysian taxpayers are being picked for transfer pricing (“TP”) audits as the Inland Revenue Board (“IRB”) aggressively tightens its enforcement. To help our clients make sense of this new development as well as the introduction of the Income Tax (Country-by-Country Reporting) Rules 2016 (“the CbCR Rules”) on 1 January 2017, Deloitte’s TP Team conducted a complimentary Audits & Country by-Country (CbCR) Reporting Seminar on 8 March 2017.

The seminar was conducted specifically for our Japanese clients, aimed at shedding light on the recent TP audit issues as well as essential steps required by the taxpayers to comply with the CbCR Rules. Delivered in both Japanese and English, the seminar featured Deloitte Malaysia’s National Transfer Pricing Leader Theresa Goh and Director Gagan Deep as the lead speakers. Director Shinsuke Tsuji gave the opening speech whilst Senior Manager Hiroyuki Akimoto assisted with the translation.

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TP Penang: Audit trends and Country-by-Country (CbCR) Reporting seminar

9 March 2017 

Deloitte’s TP Team conducted a complimentary Audits & Country by-Country (CbCR) Reporting Seminar on 9 March 2017 at Deloitte’s Penang office to discuss the recent TP audit issues as well as essential steps required by the taxpayers to comply with the CbCR Rules.

During the seminar, Deloitte Malaysia’s National Transfer Pricing Leader, Theresa Goh spoke about the potential triggers for TP audits and contemporaneous TP documentation whilst Gagan Deep Nagpal, Transfer Pricing Director at Deloitte Malaysia shared his experience on how CbCR can be used for making a high-level risk assessment and what decisions will the MNEs be required to make from a strategic as well as operational perspective to get themselves aligned to the CbCR rules.

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Deloitte Penang and Libra Invest Talk – 2017: Another black swan year?

10 March 2017

Deloitte Malaysia’s National Transfer Pricing Leader Theresa Goh and Catherine Chow, Director at Deloitte Singapore were invited as guest speakers for the Deloitte Penang and Libra Invest talk. The talk was held at Deloitte’s Penang Office on 10 March 2017 with around 30 finance professionals participating.

The event kicked off with Jason Lee, CEO of Libra Invest Bhd and Elyzza Syareen, Head of Fixed Income at Libra Invest Bhd giving a 2017 investment outlook for Malaysia. The talk was then followed by presentations by Theresa Goh and Catherine Chow on the overview of the Automatic Exchange of Information with respect to Common Reporting Standard and Using Trusts for Succession and Wealth Planning.

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2017 Q1 Financial Services Tax Forum

15 March 2017

As the Malaysian tax regimes continue to change, keeping pace with tax developments and understanding their impact on the industry is crucial. To ensure that our clients at Deloitte remain fully compliant with their tax obligations and manage them in a strategic and cost- effective manner, the Deloitte Tax Team held a complimentary forum on 15 March 2017 at Deloitte KL office to provide clients with updates on the tax developments impacting the financial services industry in Malaysia.

Some topics that were highlighted during the forum were Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and Changes in Withholding Tax Provisions, The Impact to Financial Services Industry, Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS), Transfer Pricing, Global Employer Services and Goods & Services Tax (GST) development.

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TP: Audit trends and new reporting requirements seminar

16 & 21 March 2017

To help our clients make sense of the new transfer pricing ("TP") audits and developments, Deloitte’s TP Team conducted four complimentary Audits & Country by-Country (CbCR) Reporting Seminars on 7, 14, 16 and 21 March 2017 due to high demand.

The seminars provided information on the recent TP audit issues as well as essential steps required by the taxpayers to comply with the CbCR Rules.

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Chinese Services Group (CSG) 2-day Tax Workshop

17 - 18 March 2017

Over 100 participants from various industries such as Finance, Real Estate, IT and Engineering as well as selected students from Xiamen University gained the opportunity to network and have their most relevant tax-related questions answered at Deloitte Chinese Services Group (CSG) Tax Workshop on 17-18 March 2017.

Organised in Mandarin to especially cater for China-based multinational corporations, the workshop provided important information and support to assist these MNCs in setting up their offices here.

Our Tax leaders, who are specialists in the field, covered topics including Individual Tax and Immigration in Malaysia, Corporate Income Tax, compliance requirement in Transfer Pricing, new measures announced by Bank Negara Malaysia, the changes in Company Act 2016 and tax implications, Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) and Customs and Global Trade.

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Oil and Gas Tax Seminar

22 March 2017

To provide a better understanding of the recent tax developments affecting taxpayers in the Oil and Gas Industry, Deloitte Tax Services organised a complimentary tax seminar for our clients offering updates on changes in the Finance Act 2017, with a focus on Withholding Taxes, Individual Taxes, Transfer Pricing and Country-by-Country Reporting.

The Oil and Gas Seminar was led by Toh Hong Peir, Southeast Asia Energy & Resources Tax Leader; Ang Weina, National Global Employer Services Leader for Malaysia; Chee Ying Cheng, Global Employer Services Director; Theresa Goh, National Transfer Pricing Leader; and Gagan Deep Nagpal, Transfer Pricing Director.

The seminar also featured a case study discussion by Chow Kuo Seng, National Business Tax Audit & Investigation (A&I) Leader, on a recent landmark court case.

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GST Appeal Tribunal Workshop

29 March 2017

It has been almost two years since the implementation of GST in Malaysia. With the implementation of GST, the GST Appeal Tribunal (“GST Tribunal”) was established to provide businesses with an avenue to appeal against a decision of the Director General of Customs or to resolve any GST disputes in an amicable and effective manner.

On 29 March 2017, Deloitte Malaysia was honoured to have GST Appeal Tribunal’s Member, Mr. Indrasathi Muniandy and the Deputy Chairman of the GST Tribunal Mr. Abdul Ghafar bin Abdul Latif present a half-day session on the intricacies of the GST dispute resolution process of the GST Tribunal. Over 80 participants benefited from our guest speakers’ ample experience and insights on the GST appeal and dispute resolution process.

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