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Tax Audit and Defense for Foreign Companies

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SwissCham Shanghai is delighted to invite you to:
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Tax Audit and Defense for Foreign Companies

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
2018年04月24日 星期二
Time: 18:30-21:00
@PwC Office

Dear Members and Friends of SwissCham,

The tax environment in China is one of the most complex and challenging tax environments around the globe. Frequent regulatory changes, inconsistent interpretation and practices, an aggressive tax audit environment, and lack of effective appeal in China have led to inevitable uncertainties and challenges for taxpayers. Though Chinese tax authorities are striving to offer a better tax environment over recent years, taxpayers in general still find uncertainties and challenges.

To cover this topic, Mr. Liang Gong, Partner at PwC, will give a brief overview of the current China tax environment with a major focus on the tax audit area. Mr. Gong will also share a couple of successful tax audit defense cases he has participated in, followed by a Q&A session.

Best Regards,

Your SwissCham Team


About the Speaker

Mr. Gong Liang is a leading partner of the tax controversy practice in central PwC China. He has over 12 years’ experience in providing China tax and business advisory services for both overseas client and domestic enterprises including manufacturing, FMCG, real estate, etc. Before joining PwC, Mr. Gong had 7 years of working experience in Qingdao State Tax Bureau and gained first-hand experience in tax audit and tax administration issues. Over the years, Mr. Gong gained rich experience in tax controversy area and achieved successful outcomes from tax audit defense and tax appeal cases. Mr. Gong achieved the MBA degree from the University of Oxford, and a Master Degree in Economics from Renmin University.


Date & Time (日期及时间)
April 24, 2018 18:30 – 21:00

Program Rundown (活动流程)
18:30 – 19:00 Registration with light food and drinks
19:00 – 20:00 Speech by Mr. Gong Liang
20:00 – 21:00 Q&A session & Networking

Prices 价格:

Members: RMB200 会员价
Non-members: RMB300 非会员价
Payment: Cash Only

*Please register by April 20th, 2018 请在2018年04月20日前登记


Cancellation of RSVP

In case you need to cancel your attendance to the event, please write an email to: events@sha.swisscham.org at least 24 hours prior to the event. Failure to cancel your RSVP timely will require the payment of a “no show bill” of the full amount stated in this invitation. You can reach us as well by telephone: 021 5368 1248
如果您要取消出席活动,请在活动开始前24小时写邮件给 events@sha.swisscham.org。如未能及时取消,我们视同默认付款.


Location

PwC Office in Xintiandi
5/F, 3 Corporate Avenue (168 Hu Bin Road)
Huangpu District, Shanghai 200021
上海市黄浦区湖滨路168号, 企业天地3号楼5楼 April 24, 2018 18:30 – 21:00

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INNOXCELL ASIA-PACIFIC SUMMIT (IAS) 2018 SHANGHAI SERIES

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Innoxcell Asia-Pacific Summit (IAS) 2018 Shanghai Series

Thursday, November 1, 2018
2018年11月01日 星期四
08:30 – 18:00
@TBC

Dear Members and Friends of SwissCham,

The Innoxcell Asia-Pacific Summit is the most extensive legal, regulatory, compliance, risk and fraud gathering in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Australia and the United States. IAS is the only event of its kind that will run multiple paths covering the great diversity of topics in the area of bribery, fraud, investigation, financial crime and legal technology.

Innoxcell aims to provide a knowledge-driven platform for legal and compliance executives and professionals from different industries to explore the latest best legal and business practices, catch-up with latest regulatory updates, establish networking with prominent legal professionals around the Globe, as well as visit the legal technology and solutions exhibition. IAS is a legal and compliance community gathering you should attend.

This event is designed for in-house Anti Money Laundering Officer, Financial Crime Officer, Head of Legal, General Counsel and C-level from Banking, Insurance, Financial Institute and other industries.

Best regards,

Your SwissCham Team


Date & Time (日期及时间)
November 1, 2018, 08:30 – 18:00

Program Rundown (活动流程):

Registration Time: 08:30am
Conference Start Time: 09:00am sharp:

There are multiple streams throughout the day, please click below for details:
Cross-border Investment Risk Round-tables 海外投资风险圆桌讨论
Financial Crime Compliance 金融犯罪
Bribery, Risk and Investigation 贿赂,风险与调查

Prices(价格):

Delegate – In-house Legal,Compliance, Audit, Risk, C-level – USD 450
Delegate – Anti Money Laundering/ Financial Crime Compliance Unit Officer – USD 450
Law Firm or Lawyer in Private Practice – USD 900
Service and Solution Providers/ Consultants – USD 2,000
Recruitment Agency – USD 2,000

Dress Code : Business attire

RSVP:
Please register by October 18, 2018 请在2018年10月18日前登记


Cancellation policy

No refund will be provided for all cancellation or no show.

NO SHOW FEE – 500USD
Our team will do 3 rounds of confirmation, 2 emails and a last confirmation call 2 weeks before the event. Please let us know in advance if your schedule changes and you are not able to attend as we pay the venue/ catering by headcount, if you do not attending without notifying our team via email/phone, a no show fee will be applied.

3.5% surcharge applies to all credit card payment.

Cancellation and refund:
No refund will be provided for any cancellation or no show initiated by registrants. In the event of cancellation initiated by the organiser, given that the registrants have paid all amounts due under this agreement, the registrants shall receive a full refund.

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About Us

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The Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce is a networking and information platform for Swiss companies in China and Chinese companies interested in Switzerland. Our main goal is to gather on a common platform all actors of the Sino-Swiss business community, in order to strengthen the economic bonds between the two countries, stimulate interaction and develop business opportunities. In a nutshell:

  • We CONNECT the companies, institutions and organizations.
  • We enable EXCHANGE and PROMOTION through our communication channels, including events, a website, an online directory, social media and printed publications, providing exposure and privileged space to discuss business, find solutions and share your and our expertise.
  • We BRING YOU CLOSER together through our committees, i.e. Finance & Tax, Legal  or HR, to discuss related topics in more detail.
  • We provide a wide range of SERVICES such as access to trainings, event consulting, discounts to members on services/products, and general consulting on business in China.

Our network is strong because our members show strong engagement.

Keep yourself updated about SwissCham’s events in Beijing, Shanghai and South China by following our official WeChat accounts below

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SwissCham China – A Foreign Trade Actor

SwissCham China is an important actor of the Swiss foreign trade promotion, gathering a majority of the Swiss business Community in China. It is the only Swiss Chamber of Commerce officially registered in Mainland China.

External partners

SwissCham China further collaborates with external partners:

and numerous other Swiss, Chinese and foreign organizations.

Internal organization

SwissCham China is a non-profit, umbrella organization coordinating the Chinese branches. The local branches include SwissCham Beijing, SwissCham Shanghai, SwissCham South China and SwissCham South-West China, which are represented by a Board of Directors (BOD). The BOD may delegate the Chamber’s management to an Executive Director (or General Manager) in charge of managing the Chamber’s office.

Network partners

SwissCham China collaborates with other independent Swiss Chinese Chambers of Commerce which includeSwiss Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (SCCHK) and the Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) in Switzerland (Zurich, Geneva and Lugano). Swiss interests in Taipei are further represented by a private organization called, the Trade Office of Swiss Industries (TOSI).

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Reader’s Digest

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SwissCham China publishes a Reader’s Digest every second week. It provides Swiss and Chinese Business Related News in Switzerland and China, as well as a summary of all SwissCham Offices’ activities for the following fortnight. In short:

  • Compilation of Sino-Swiss Business related news sent every other Fridays.
  • Distributed to all SwissCham China Members, Associates and Employees in Members Companies, as well as to the members of Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Switzerland (SCCC) and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (more than 4’000 contacts in total)
  • Only one exclusive banner (600 x 125 pixels) per issue.
  • Advertisement Options and Rates:
    Members & Associates: 2’500 RMB, Non-Members: 3’000 RMB
    An incrementing discount is proposed for multiple orders.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you require further information.

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