The ACC Hong Kong Board of Directors invites you to the following presentation, hosted by Baker McKenzie.
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: Behind the scenes of corporate reorganizations exercises in China and Hong Kong
The objective of the half-day seminar is to have a lively discussion on the numerous local and international opportunities and challenges to consider when undertaking strategic corporate exercises in China and Hong Kong. In particular, it will focus on the legal, employment and tax nuances of today’s reorganization exercises from the planning to implementation stage.
Tracy Wut is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Hong Kong office. Ms. Wut is experienced in mergers and acquisitions and foreign direct investments in China. She regularly acts for clients in complex cross-border transactions, in particular in the pharmaceuticals and healthcare sector, and navigates clients through various issues relating to investments in China. She has been recommended as a leading lawyer in Corporate/M&A by Chambers Global, Corporate/M&A and Life Sciences by Chambers Asia and M&A and private equity by IFLR1000. She is the co-head of the Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Industry Group in China and Hong Kong.
Steven Sieker heads the Asia Pacific Tax practice group of Baker McKenzie across 12 countries.
He is a past member of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department Board of Review and has been a part-time instructor in Tax and Revenue Law at The Hong Kong University and City University of Hong Kong. He is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and is a former executive director of STEP and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. He is the chairman of the Revenue Committee of the Law Society of Hong Kong and a member of the Joint Liaison Committee on Taxation. He is also a former clerk to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Amy Ling is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Hong Kong office. She has extensive experience in tax matters, having previously worked at a Big Four accounting firm and a major investment banking firm based in New York. Ms. Ling advises multinational companies on a range of issues relating to PRC tax and legal implications of investments in China, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations, post acquisition integration, licensing, retail structures, supply chain structures and individual income taxation matters.
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Please note this event is exclusively for ACC Hong Kong members. If you are not an ACC Hong Kong 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 ACC Hong Kong Secretariat on email@example.com or (852) 2516 7007.