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The Challenges and Risks of China’s New Transfer Pricing and Anti-Tax Avoidance Rules

  • 22 Mar 2016
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DLA Piper
  • 37

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The HKCCA’s Executive Committee invites you to the following Lunch presentation, hosted by DLA Piper


Food and drinks will be provided. 1 Law Society of Hong Kong CPD point has been applied for.  New York and California Approved Jurisdiction policy may apply.

TOPIC:  The Challenges and Risks of China's New Transfer Pricing and Anti-Tax Avoidance Rules

In September 2015 China's State Administration of Taxation (SAT) released a draft revision to the current Circular 2 which provide comprehensive guidance on China's transfer pricing and anti-tax avoidance rules.

Further to this, the SAT has expressed a desire to implement the recommendations of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project, an initiative that aims to close the gap on corporate profits relating to unreasonable tax planning and avoidance and the draft revisions to the Circular 2 are thoughts reflecting China's response to these recommendations.

We are delighted to invite you to join us as we discuss the challenges, risks and potential solutions of China's changing tax landscape including:

  • The key changes under the draft revision of Circular 2;
  • The challenges of preparing China transfer pricing documentation in 2016;
  • The risks and solutions for typical China sourcing, manufacturing, service and distribution models; and
  • The risks associated with potential enforcement of PE rules under BEPS actions.

WHO WILL THESE CHANGES EFFECT?

  • If you have significant inter-company royalties paid into or out of China;
  • If you have inter-company service fees paid into or out of China;
  • If you are currently sourcing from China through Chinese affiliates or visiting personnel;
  • If you are distributing into China from overseas by leveraging a Chinese affiliate's sales force;
  • If you use a Chinese affiliate for toll processing or contract manufacturing;
  • If you use a Chinese affiliate for contract R&D; and
  • Anyone who has the obligation of preparing China transfer pricing documentation.

SPEAKERS: Daniel Chan, Partner, DLA Piper & Windson Li, Senior Legal and Tax Manager, DLA Piper

Daniel Chan

Partner & Head of Tax (Asia)

T: +852 2103 0821

E: daniel.chan@dlapiper.com

Daniel Chan is the Head of Taxation for Asia at DLA Piper.


Daniel advises multinational and Hong Kong-based clients on investment and taxation in the People's Republic of China (PRC). His focus is on supply chain management and distribution and he has a particular expertise in the retail sector.

He has undertaken numerous transactions relating to direct investment, acquisitions, reorganisations, tax and customs in the PRC. Daniel has also coordinated a number of large-scale multi-jurisdictional and cross-border transactions. He has represented a number of major clients in the distribution, retail and hi-tech sectors on their investments in the PRC.


Windson Li

Of Counsel

T: +86 10 8520 0609

E: windson.li@dlapiper.com




Windson Li is an Of Counsel in DLA Piper's Asia tax team who focuses on PRC corporate legal/tax consulting and transfer pricing services in the PRC.

With over 12 years' experience in PRC tax and transfer pricing services, Windson advises on a variety of China corporate tax and transfer pricing matters, including corporate tax compliance, tax incentive application, tax dispute resolution, inter-company transaction arrangements, transfer pricing structuring, documentation, benchmarking, audit defence, advanced pricing arrangement and cost sharing arrangement. Windson's clients are involved in a wide range of industries including machinery, semiconductor, consumption electronics, software, management consultation, shoes and apparels.



VENUE: DLA Piper Hong Kong office, 17th Floor, Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
DATE: Tuesday 22 March 2016
TIME:
12.30 for lunch, 13.00 - 14.00 for presentation

RSVP: Please register your attendance online no later than Friday 18 march 2016. If you register but are then unable to attend, please email events@hkcca.net and tell us so that other members on any waitlist may attend. If you have any suggestions for topics or speakers for future HKCCA events, please let us know at events@hkcca.net.

Please note this event is exclusively for HKCCA members. If you are not an HKCCA member but you want to attend this presentation, you need to successfully apply for membership at www.hkcca.net and pay the membership fee before registering for the event. If you have any membership queries, please contact HKCCA Secretariat on events@hkcca.net or (852) 2516 7007.           


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