Tuesday, January 23, 2018 (8 AM - 10:30 AM) // Shanghai, China
Breakfast Seminar: International Taxation
Is Your Business Facing Transfer Pricing Risks?
The Bulletin 6 on special tax investigations released in 2017, along with earlier Bulletin 42 and Bulletin 64 on transfer pricing documentation and advanced transfer pricing agreements, heralds a new direction for tax enforcement in China that will impact foreign-invested companies for years to come. BEPS, Common Reporting Standard(CRS) and global information exchange require companies, even SMEs, to review their business structures to adapt to the new global tax environment. De Wolf Law Firm and Moore Stephens will share with you how these new regulations and global changes will impact your current and future business structures, and will help you to identify potential transfer pricing and related tax risks.
Please join us on the 23rd of January for this intimate Breakfast Seminar hosted at De Wolf Law Firm, jointly with Moore Stephens. Limited tickets are available - this event is for BenCham members only.