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2017 KPMG China Annual Tax Update Conference

This conference offers a unique opportunity to better understand the evolving China tax landscape...

29 November 2017 - 13 December 2017, 8:30 - 17:30, CST

2017 has been a landmark year in China taxation. Notable developments included the release of the long-awaited, revamped China transfer pricing rules, and the entry into effect of the new China transfer pricing documentation requirements. This was accompanied by the implementation of new bank reporting requirements to support the new global rules on exchange of tax information between countries, and China’s signing of the global Multilateral Instrument (MLI) to update thousands of tax treaties for the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) reform changes. Keeping up with all of the latest developments is challenging, and the KPMG China Annual Tax Update Conference offers a unique opportunity to better understand the evolving China tax landscape and get insights on anticipated tax developments for 2018.

 

Landmark tax developments in 2017:
 

  • Transfer Pricing, Customs and Value Chain Planning
    The new transfer pricing rules, and the new documentation requirements, are challenging in implementation. Taxpayers may find themselves in increased numbers of transfer pricing disputes as countries around the world begin to apply the new post-BEPS rules, and make use of the country by country reporting information. This happens at the same time as China rolls out its modernised National Customs Clearance Integration Regime, which enables more targeted audit activity. Our value chain planning case will walk you through the potential implications.
  • International Tax, M&A Tax and Outbound Investment
    China has continued to refine its enforcement approach in relation to inbound M&A transactions. The newly released Announcement 37 has simplified withholding procedures and clarified many practical issues while has also created new issues. Challenges also arise in navigating indirect offshore disposal provisions, reorganisation rules, permanent establishment exposures, and in gaining access to tax treaty relief. Indeed, the anti-abuse measures in the China treaty network are set for significant upgrade following China’s signing of the MLI in 2017. We will set out how businesses may need to revise structures, business protocols, and documentation to ensure that tax positions are supportable going forward. Furthermore, in the context of the rapid expansion of Chinese outbound investment along the “Belt and Road”, we detail the tax risks that Chinese enterprises face, and how best to mitigate them.
  • VAT and Optimizing Tax with Technology
    Following China’s finalisation of its major VAT reforms in 2016, the complexities of navigating the new rules, and the shape of post-reform enforcement practice, have become more apparent.  We will look how best to address key issues and risks. In addition, we will demonstrate how advanced technology solutions can prove a vital aid to tax management, both in terms of improving the efficiency of your tax function, but also in helping to identify errors and opportunities for optimisation.

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Agenda

Agenda

Northern Region
Beijing
29 November (Wednesday)
Putonghua
RMB 700 (half day)
Qingdao
5 December (Tuesday) Putonghua RMB 500 (half day)
Shenyang
6 December (Wednesday) Putonghua RMB 500 (half day)
Tianjin
7 December (Thursday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Eastern & Western Regions
Shanghai
4 December (Monday) Putonghua
RMB 700 (half day)
Nanjing
11 December (Monday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Hangzhou
7 December (Thursday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Chengdu
6 December (Wednesday) Putonghua RMB 500 (half day)
Chongqing
5 December (Tuesday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Southern Region
Guangzhou 5 December (Tuesday) Putonghua
RMB 1,000 (full day)
Shenzhen 6 December (Wednesday) Putonghua
RMB 1,000 (full day)
Xiamen 6 December (Wednesday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Dongguan 12 December (Tuesday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Foshan 12 December (Tuesday) Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Fuzhou 7 December (Thursday)
Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Zhongshan 13 December (Wednesday)
Putonghua
RMB 500 (half day)
Hong Kong
Hong Kong 6 December (Wednesday)
Cantonese
HKD 700 (half day)
Hong Kong 7 December (Thursday) English
HKD 700 (half day)

 


RMB 700 (半日)
12月5日 (星期二)
普通话
RMB 500 (半日)
RMB 500 (半日)
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Contacts & Enquiries

Please click the relevant link below to view the detailed registration arrangements for a particular date and office.

City

Contact person

Telephone Number

Beijing

Rolali Li

+86 (10) 8508 7547

Qingdao

Chloe Fan

+86 (532) 8907 1763

Shenyang

Jane Wang

+86 (24) 3128 3961

Tianjin

Ethan Liu

+86 (22) 2329 6238

Shanghai

Tingna Sun

+86 (21) 2212 3093

Nanjing

Alice Li

+86 (25) 8691 2834

Hangzhou

Sandy Liu

+86 (571) 2803 8106

Chengdu

Joni Zhang

+86 (28) 8673 3930

Chongqing

Nicole Shu

+86 (23) 6383 6318

Guangzhou

Sky Du

+86 (20) 3813 8715

Shenzhen

Irene Zhou

+86 (755) 2547 1262

Xiamen

Miko Fu

+86 (592) 215 0922

Dongguan

Laura Liu

+86 (755) 2547 1254

Foshan

Jamee Cheng

+86 (757) 8168 1460

Fuzhou

Summer Jiang

+86 (592) 215 0935 / +86 (591) 8833 1017

Zhongshan

Julia Peng

+86 (20) 3813 8348

Hong Kong

Phoebe Tsang

+852 3927 5624

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