AustCham Shanghai Event Reminder: SME Roundtable – Tax update
The AustCham Shanghai Small Business Industry Working Group invites all SME members to a roundtable discussion.
This SME roundtable is part of a monthly roundtable series focused on sharing experiences and creating a support network for small businesses in Shanghai. The event will be run under Chatham House rules to facilitate the free flow of ideas and discussions and provide a sounding board for new ideas.
The March roundtable topic is filing the Annual Corporate Income Tax return with resident PRC tax specialists Christopher Mak and Jing Sun from KPMG. Christopher and Jing will also be happy to discuss on other PRC tax compliance issues if time permits.
*Cost includes continental breakfast
Christopher Mak, Senior Tax Manager, China, Shanghai
Christopher is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and joined the KPMG Shanghai office in 2007. Previously, Christopher worked in the KPMG Sydney office and has more than six years of international corporate tax experience.
Since joining the Shanghai office, Christopher has been heavily involved in assisting foreign companies especially in the automotive and real estate industries, on PRC tax issues arising from their investments in China including proposed global restructuring.
Jing Sun, Manager, KPMG Shanghai
Jing has a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance), University of Melbourne; a Bachelor of Laws, University of Melbourne; and a Master of Laws, University of Melbourne.
Prior to joining KPMG Shanghai in 2009, Jing was working as a tax manager in KPMG Melbourne and has more than six years of experience in dealing with international tax planning and cross-border transactions between Australia and China. During the seven years Jing was with KPMG Australia, Jing advised on many well-known multi-national companies in the energy and natural resources, renewable energy and industrial market sectors. In particular, Jing is experienced in assisting Chinese clients investing in Australia with respect to tax and regulatory planning as well as structured financing.
CHATHAM HOUSE RULES
Attendees are requested to keep traditional Chatham House rules of confidentiality. This means that the discussion will be “off the record”, that is, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speakers, nor that of any other participant, may be revealed; nor may it be mentioned that the information was received at a meeting/briefing of AustCham Shanghai.
Event date: Wednesday 24 March
Time: 8:00am – 10:00am
Address: Lane 210, 7 Taikang Road（泰康路210弄7号）
Member Exclusive Event Cost: 90RMB (Breakfast included)
RSVP Date: Friday 19 March 2010
Walk In Policy: Please note that if you show up on the day of the event without a booking you will be charged a 50RMB “walk in” fee if spaces are still available.
Cancellation Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing 24 hours in advance. AustCham will pass on any costs incurred for no shows to the persons concerned.