LexisNexis Tax CPD Course – Tax Law & Practice in Hong Kong and PRC
Date: 18 September 2019 (Wednesday) (30% Early Bird Discount by 13 September 2019)
Time: 2:30 pm - 5:45 pm
CPD: 3 CPD Points (Subject to accreditation by The Law Society of Hong Kong)
Venue: LexisNexis Hong Kong (11/F Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong)
The CPD course covers the principles on profits tax with case analysis and recent jurisprudence. It also focuses on the dealing with tax related issues and offences under the Inland Revenue Ordinance (“IRO”) (Cap. 112). Further, the course highlights the considerations in cross-border acquisition and restructuring activities involving in China.
We are now offering a 50% off for the purchase of a seat each from the two CPD courses! Please complete this application form and mail it to LexisNexis Hong Kong (11/F Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong).
Course Outline of Mr. Jonathan Chang, Barrister-at-law from Temple Chambers:
Principles on Profits Tax with case analysis
The speaker will cover key areas in profits tax law including the activities giving rise to profits tax, the source concept, and deductible expenses, highlighting the leading cases and recent jurisprudence. The course is suitable for both practitioners who have no prior experience in tax law and also those who wish to explore the topic in greater depth.
Course Outline of Ms. Eva Leung, Barrister-at-law from Des Voeux Chambers:
A Practical Guide for Dealing with Tax Related Issues
The speaker will address the legal and practical aspects of common issues and offences under the IRO, including tax evasion and related leading cases. She will also cover relevant procedures such as assessment, appeal and judicial review, and other practical options for dealing with the IRD. The course is suitable for practitioners who have no prior experience in tax law and also those who wish to explore the topic in greater depth.
Course Outline of Mr. Peng Tao, Partner from DLA Piper:
Considerations in Cross-border Acquisition and Restructuring Involving China
- Choice of acquisition form feasible in China: Asset deal vs. Share deal
- Tax free vs. Taxable restructuring
- Indirect transfer and General Anti-Avoidance Rule
- Choice of holding structure (withholding taxes, tax treaty and beneficial ownership)
- Implications from other areas (such as foreign exchange, customs, employment, etc.)