Luncheon Seminar on Opportunities and Challenges for Corporate Restructuring
The French and the British Chamber of Commerce have the pleasure to invite you to a luncheon seminar on Opportunities and Challenges for Corporate Restructuring on October 28, Thursday, 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, Shenzhen.
The Chinese tax authorities have been strengthening the tax compliance administration for corporate restructuring. In particular, with the recent promulgation of the long-awaited notice “The Administrative Measures of Corporate Income Tax Treatments for Corporate Restructuring” (“Public Notice 4″) in July 2010, there has been a renewed interest and concern from companies undergoing corporate restructuring activities.
Hot questions concerning “Public Notice 4″ include
- How would it affect corporate restructuring conducted in the last 2.5 years (since January 1, 2008)?
- Would any additional tax liabilities arise from it?
- How would it affect a company’s reorganizational plan?
- Any opportunities to enhance tax efficiency for corporate restructuring despite the new rules?
- How to obtain approval from tax authorities to conduct “at cost” restructuring?
In the seminar, professionals from PricewaterhouseCoopers will share their insights and observations on Public Notice 4 and its impact on corporate restructuring activities in practice.
- Latest update on corporate restructuring tax rules
- Challenges and opportunities to conduct corporate restructuring
- Documentation and tax filing requirements for enjoying “at cost” restructuring
- Practical issues and sharing
Senior Manager – Tax & Business Advisory Services
PricewaterhouseCoopers Shenzhen office
Rebecca has been practicing tax consulting for over 10 years. Rebecca has worked in Hong Kong and Guangzhou in the past and is now based in Shenzhen. She has extensive experience in providing cross-border tax and business advisory services to clients.
Her expertise includes set-up of tax effective structure for business in China; tax compliance assistance; tax due diligence review; tax planning and application for tax incentives; assisting in dealing with tax disputes, double taxation issues and tax audit defense, etc.
Rebecca is a member of the HKICPA and ACCA.
Places are limited for this event and must be booked in advance.
Registration for members is RMB250 and RMB350 for Non-members.
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