Cross Border Tax Seminar

As the global tax landscape continues to develop, multinational taxpayers can expect ongoing scrutiny of their cross-border transactions. It used to be said that the biggest challenges to doing business in China were language, culture, and the sheer scale of the market. Now, throw in the rapid pace of change.
A raft of changes to regulations and tax have been introduced by the Chinese government. E-commerce is also evolving at a pace never seen before, and New Zealand’s access to online channels have never been easier.
Join us at a Seminar tackling these issues and more with guest speaker Russell Brown from an international accounting firm in Beijing, China, and our very own tax specialist Richard Ashby, partner at Gilligan Sheppard. Topics to be covered include;

  • Asia Economic Overview
  • Setup Considerations
  • Tax Environment
  • Business Risk Areas in China
  • Foreign Currency Repatriation
  • Key HR Considerations
  • Common Reporting Standard Compliance

Monday 27th March 2017
3-5pm with networking afterwards
Crowne Plaza,
128 Albert Street, Auckland
Please RSVP by Monday 20th March
to debra@gilshep.co.nz
 



Russell Brown, OBE, FCMA, ACA, CGMA
Managing Partner at LehmanBrown International Accountants
Russell Brown OBE is one of the founding partners of LehmanBrown International Accountants, a China wide accounting, tax and business advisory firm, employing around 200 professionals through six offices in China. He has over 21 years of Asia Pacific and China experience in assisting MNC’s and SME’s in areas of accounting, taxation, business and corporate advisory. He also advises Chinese companies in their preparation for overseas listings or financing.
 
 
Richard Ashby, BBus, CA, CPA
Partner at Gilligan Sheppard Public Accounts
Partner Richard Ashby leads the Gilligan Sheppard tax team, who have experience on both sides of the Inland Revenue Department (IRD).
With over 30 years with New Zealand taxation, Richard provides advice on land tax, the GST regime, international taxation, cross-border tax structure from both perspectives – New Zealand businesses expanding offshore and overseas inbound investors.
 

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