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Transfer Pricing & Customs Talks together with PwC
April 9 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
In association with
Dear members and friends of SwissCham,
The constant changes in the trade and business environment have brought a series of new issues and challenges to the multinational companies.
The integration of special customs supervision areas, the establishment of the Hainan Free Trade Port and the new business normal in the post-COVID-19 epidemic era are bringing great impact on the value chain arrangements of multinational companies. How to address these issues in the value chain and supply chain more effectively is very important for multinational companies.
Meanwhile, with the implementation of customs centralized industry monitoring and management practice, how to balance the compliance requirements from both transfer pricing and customs perspectives is also one of the areas worth exploring.
We are delighted to invite you to join our talk where our professionals from world trade management and Transfer Pricing Services team will share with you our insights from customs, transfer pricing and person income tax’s perspectives.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the event!
Paul Tang is a Partner in the PwC transfer pricing practice based in Shanghai. He has more than ten years of transfer pricing experience. Paul has worked in PwC Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing and Toronto offices.
As one of PwC national transfer pricing core members, Paul assisted clients in successfully concluding China’s first Mutual Agreement Procedure (“MAP”) with Japan (corresponding adjustment), two of China’s first bilateral advance pricing arrangements (“APAs”) with Europe (Denmark), China’s second BAPA with US, China’s first MAP with Norway (corresponding adjustment), and China’s first bilateral APA with Switzerland.
As a Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) advisor, Paul is the translator of and responsible for the Chinese version of BEPS Report Action 8-10 (Aligning Transfer Pricing Outcome with Value Creation) and Action 13 (Transfer Pricing Documentation and Country Reporting) published by China’s SAT.
Paul was recognised by Euromoney’s Legal Media Group as the Rising Stars 2015 (Transfer Pricing Attorney, China).
Nancy Chen is a manager in the PwC transfer pricing practice based in Shanghai. She has over 7 years of experience in advising Chinese and foreign multinational firms on their transfer pricing.
Nancy has served various multinational companies (MNCs) located in China, and also Chinese domestic clients going abroad.
Nancy has supported in various tax and transfer pricing projects, including transfer pricing compliance work, tax and transfer pricing risk review, transfer pricing planning and implementation, transfer pricing audit defense, and the applications for the bilateral advanced pricing arrangement between China and Switzerland, China and the U.K., China and Japan, China and Korea, as well as China and Sweden.
Nancy has joined periodic discussions / seminars with Chinese tax authorities on various transfer pricing subjects, such as transfer pricing adjustment (“TPA”), value chain analysis, analysis on location-specific factors and COVID-19 related transfer pricing analyses. Nancy also assisted in discussions with Shanghai State Administration of Foreign Exchange (“SAFE”) regarding the TPA pilot case in Shanghai.
Nancy has served clients mainly in the industry of retail and consumer.
Nancy holds a bachelor degree in Economics from Waseda University.
Nancy is a fellow member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AICPA”).
Chengfei has 14 years experience in PwC and joined PwC Société d’avocats (law firm of PwC France) in April 2006 in Paris, is director now. He specializes in both China/French corporate tax and international tax with Sino-French bi cultural (French and Chinese speaker).
Chengfei is currently working for PwC Shanghai tax service (French tax desk) from October 8th 2013 . He has been involved extensively in dealings with European/French cross-border investment into the China and has extensive experiences in advising European/French multinational companies to formulate their investment strategies, structure their expansion and streamline their operating structures to comply with various business and tax regulations in China.
Since 2006, he has worked for a broad range of top tear financial and strategic clients (e.g. CAC 40 groups and European mid-cap companies). His experience encompasses a broad range of industries including Automotive, energy and utilities, consumer products, healthcare, industrial, transport, sports and media.
Chengfei obtained a Master degree of Corporate tax law from Paris Dauphine University (2006) as well as a Master degree of International commercial law from Paris X Nanterre University (2006).
08:30 – 09:00 Registration
Time: Friday, April 9, 2021, 8:30 to 12:00
Venue: Shanghai Innovation Center (3/F, No.168 Hu Bin Road, Shanghai, China 上海市黄浦区湖滨路168号无限极大厦3楼)
Price: Free Entrance for SwissCham members (subject to availability).
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