KPMG Office, 8th Floor, Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
6 November 2018, 15:45 - 18:30, HKT Hong Kong, China
Global businesses are increasingly faced with a vast array of international developments—including the impact that the US tax reform and Brexit have on their business models, the introduction of Automatic Exchange of Information and Common Reporting Standard and the ever-changing tax laws and regulation at a domestic level. The OECD’s Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) project is undoubtedly having an impact across Asia Pacific and the region as countries react to these changes.
With a number of major tax policy programs and trends affecting the financial services sector in the region and globally, leading professionals in the industry around Hong Kong and across the region will join us to share their views on how these developments are shaping the future of the financial services industry across Asia Pacific and beyond.
Together with a number of Asia’s leading financial services tax directors and KPMG international senior tax professionals, we will also take a closer look at the new tax initiatives in the financial services sector in Hong Kong and the region, and assess the impact that the US tax reform and Brexit have on the region as well as the latest changes in transfer pricing digital economy and tax technology.
Particularly, digital transformation is impacting the way businesses and Revenue Authorities are operating around the region. In a future where tax technology will drive the way we collect data, lower costs and reduce tax avoidance and corruption, our panellists share their insights on what the Revenue Authorities are doing with the latest tax technology and what global businesses need to be aware of in the future.
Through interactive panel discussions, this session will provide financial services tax professionals with the opportunity to hear from leading in-house tax directors as to how banks, insurers and asset managers are addressing the increasingly complex compliance burdens across Asia Pacific and how to best get prepared for these changes.