You will find here information about the events organised by Mazars in China and about events we take part in.
10 things to know about accounting in China
Christopher Hock, Wang Jianmin, and Christophe Texier, respectively Head of the German desk, Partner, and Managing Partner at Mazars’ Beijing office, give a presentation on the topic “10 things you have to know about Accounting in the PRC” at the German Center in Beijing on October 13th, 2010.
Keeping confidential sensitive data is critical for any business. It is especially true in China where competition is fierce and information can easily leak out. However, SMEs and entrepreneurs often do not have the financial or human means to set up complex systems to protect their data.
Mazars partner Jack Clipsham attends the Lord Mayor of the City of London’s visit to China 2010
Mazars is part of the official delegation that will meet key high-level contacts during a ten-day tour that will include Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Chengdu and Beijing, concluding with a high-profile visit to the Shanghai Expo 2010 as part of the UK financial and professional services week.
Mazars joins with NDRC and HEC for an SME IPO event in Taizhou
HEC Executive MBA in Shanghai invites Thierry Labarre, Founding Senior Partner of Mazars in China mainland, to speak to Chinese SMEs in Taizhou (Zhejiang province) on how to prepare for a domestic and international Initial Public Offering (IPO).
Mazars will hold BEPS seminar on Oct.15th in the Shanghai office in Lujiazui
On 5 October, the OECD has issued the Final Reports on the BEPS 15 Action points and it is expected that the G20 Finance Ministers will discuss and endorse the Reports and the recommended changes at their meeting on 8 October, in Lima, Peru. It is undeniable that the BEPS Action plan will dramatically reshape the existing international tax rules. The OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project provides governments with solutions for closing the gaps in existing international rules that allow corporate profits to ‘disappear’ or be artificially shifted to low/no tax environments, where little or no economic activity takes place.