Dbriefs Asia Pacific Tax Webcasts

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Dbriefs Asia Pacific Webcasts Series

- Chinese Language Webcasts
- Japanese Language Webcasts
- Industries Webcasts

Special Edition webcast

International Tax
Brexit: Potential implications relating to the supply chain management for goods and employer considerations

6 December, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: David Fallon
Presenters: Sarah Chin, Tony Jasper, Sally Jones, and William Marshall

The UK government has declared that "Brexit means Brexit ", but as negotiations with the EU have yet to commence, the implications for businesses on their supply chains are as yet unknown. However, it is possible to anticipate the changes which are most likely and that will bring the most change. For employers, what does this Brexit mean in relation to their immigration, mobility, and reward policies? We'll discuss:

  • Potential UK trade deals.
  • Indirect tax implications, particularly customs duties.
  • Immigration – preparations employers can make now in advance of potentially significant changes.
  • Mobility – the consequences for mobility program policies and how other EU jurisdictions compare to the UK from an employee tax and social security perspective.

Keep up to date with the latest thinking on Brexit, the tax implications, and how to ensure your organization is prepared for the coming changes.

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Indirect Tax
Digital economy and GST: Brave new worlds in India and New Zealand

29 November, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: Robert Tsang
Presenters: Allan Bullot, Saloni Roy, and Robert Tsang

Digital economy and indirect tax are hot topics in many countries around Asia Pacific as tax authorities seek to put both domestic and international suppliers of digital products to consumers in-country on the same footing. India's draft model GST law has extensive digital economy rules; the new dual GST could be in place as soon as 1 April 2017. New Zealand has a new set of compliance obligations going live in October 2016 for suppliers of digital services. How will the digital platform for your business be affected? We'll discuss:

  • Overview of the new digital economy rules, with a focus on India and New Zealand.
  • The comparison of these frameworks to the OECD VAT / GST International Guidelines.
  • The way forward.

Understand more about how these rules will work and discover how they apply to your company's indirect tax planning.

International Tax
Inbound investment into Korea: A clear view of the recent developments

8 December, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: Sunny Kim
Presenters: Jimmy Lee and Shin Ho Lee

Significant developments in Korea have caused an impact on inbound investment into the country, including the 2017 tax proposals and BEPS. What are the tax implications and risks associated with the investment process into Korea, and how can foreign investors proactively manage them? We'll discuss:

  • Overview of the selected proposed changes to Korean tax legislation in 2017 which may have implications on foreign inbound investors in Korea.
  • Implementation of BEPS Action 13 under the Korean domestic tax legislation and new transfer pricing documentation requirements for multinational enterprises in Korea.
  • Recent decisions from the Tax Appeals and Supreme Court case rulings.

Discover the latest inbound investment climate in Korea, and what might affect your benefits when investing in Korea.

Transfer Pricing
OECD Actions 8-10 and 13: How is transfer pricing guidance playing out globally?

13 December, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: Fiona Craig
Presenters: Eunice Kuo, Alan Shapiro, and Graeme Smith

In the year since the OECD issued BEPS guidance on transfer pricing, there has been a flurry of legislative and rule-making activity around the world. What major developments should you know about? We'll discuss:

  • A region-by-region review of how countries are adopting the guidance, including in Asia Pacific, EMEA, and the Americas.
  • An update on the guidelines, including revised rules for pricing and reporting of intercompany transactions based on Actions 8-10 and 13.
  • Implications for multinational companies, including potential impacts on business models.

Keep current with how the BEPS guidance is playing out and how the global tax reset could impact your business.

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