With the increased complication of the tax system and regulations in China, it has been observed that the China tax authorities have continuously strengthened their efforts in enforcement of tax compliance and collection of taxes.
This in turn leads to numerous audits or investigations conducted by tax bureaux and on different types of taxes. Companies with intra-group transactions with their overseas related parties are targets for investigation as well. How should taxpayers handle tax investigation in order to achieve a satisfactory outcome?
Mr. Dave Wong and Ms. Catherine Tse, Tax Partners at Mazars, are delighted to share their knowledge and experience on how to handle PRC tax inspection cases on behalf of their clients.
About the speakers
Dave Wong joined Mazars in 2011 and has more than 10 years’ experience in China tax and cross-border tax planning. He has assisted a wide spectrum of multi-national companies operating in high-technology, consumer and industrial products manufacturers, and service industries by providing services such as tax and structure planning, tax 'health check', due diligence, and representing clients in dealing with China tax bureau.
Catherine Tse joined Mazars in 2009. Catherine has extensive experience in providing transfer pricing services including risk assessment, planning studies and documentation. Her clients consist of many multinational clients in a wide range of industries including telecommunication, transportation, general trading and manufacturing. She has also provided transfer pricing services and advices to client in countries in Asia region such as China, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan. Catherine has extensive experience in advising on Hong Kong and international tax. She has advised corporations on IPOs and corporate reorganization, acquisitions and cross border investments.
Date & Time
29 May 2015 | 14:30 - 17:30
Zhongshan, JUSTWE (Zhongshan) Industrial Robotics Technology Co., Ltd
5/F, Xing Ye Road, Torch Industrial Development Zone, Zhongshan City, Guang Dong Province, China 528437
Registration & Fee
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