Deloitte Singapore Budget 2017 Seminar

Creating opportunities for our future

8 March 2017

Hear our analysis of the Budget 2017 proposals and gain insights into the implications of the proposed changes.

Media Partner

Event Details

8 March 2017, Wednesday 


9:00AM - 4:30PM (Registration begins at 8:30AM)


Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, S228211
Grand Ballroom, Level 3


Clients/Deloitte alumni/SIATP members/The Business Times readers - $250 

Others - $300


Please submit your registration in the link provided above.

Upon submitting your registration, you will receive an acknowledgement. Please note that registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment.

Please register by 2 March 2017, Thursday.

Seminar highlights
  • Understand the key highlights of the Budget 2017 proposals and how it will affect your business
  • Understand the economic trends and developments from guest speaker Mr Song Seng Wun (CIMB Economist)
  • Obtain clarifications on the Budget 2017 proposals in the panel discussion. This panel discussion will be supported by The Business Times and moderated by senior correspondent Mr R Sivanithy. Guest panellists include Mr Song Seng Wun and Mr Victor Mills (Chief Executive of the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce)
  • Keep informed of recent Singapore and International Tax developments

Find out more

For more information on this event, please contact Noeline Keiser (



Deloitte Singapore Budget 2017 Seminar

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Low Hwee Chua
Tax Regional Managing Partner
Deloitte SG and SEA                                  


Summary of key Singapore tax developments in 2016

Shantini Ramachandra
Tax Partner, SEA Deloitte Private (Tax) Leader
Deloitte SEA


Economic Outlook: Risks and Opportunities

Song Seng Wun
Economist, CIMB Private Banking


Coffee Break


Budget 2017 changes and updates

Rohan Solapurkar
Tax Partner
Deloitte SG


Budget 2017 Panel Discussion
(Media Partner - The Business Times)

R Sivanithy (Moderator)
Senior Correspondent, The Business Times

Rohan Solapurkar

Robert Tsang
Tax Partner,
SEA Indirect Tax Leader,
SEA Consumer & Industrial Products (Tax) Leader
Deloitte SEA

Song Seng Wun

Victor Mills
Chief Executive, Singapore International Chamber of Commerce




Tax and Government incentives
Practical insights, common pitfalls and regional developments

Daniel Ho
Tax Partner, Singapore Public Sector (Tax) Leader
Deloitte SG


Employee mobility and the tax implications for businesses
As companies look to internationalise, understand the relevant tax issues for the company and its employees

Sabrina Sia
Tax Partner
Deloitte SG

Ong Siok Peng
Tax Partner
Deloitte SG


Singapore Transfer Pricing updates
We will discuss:
• Recent changes to Singapore Transfer Pricing Guidelines
• Singapore’s position on BEPS Action Items on Transfer Pricing

See Jee Chang
Tax Partner, Singapore Transfer Pricing Leader
Deloitte SG


Coffee Break


Responding to Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) and managing BEPS requirements
The BEPS project is the most important review of the world's international tax architecture in decades. Since its official launch by the OECD and G20 in July 2013, what have been the key developments, both globally and in Asia Pacific? We will discuss:
• What is the current position in regard to all 15 BEPS Actions?
• How will common business models be impacted by the BEPS changes?
• How will Singapore be impacted?

Steve Towers (Moderator)
Tax Partner, Asia Pacific International Tax Leader
Deloitte SEA

See Jee Chang

Liew Li Mei
Tax Partner
Deloitte SG




*Deloitte reserves the right to make changes to the agenda, venue and speaker(s) for unforeseen circumstances.

Grand Hyatt Singapore

10 Scotts Road, 228211