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In recent years, the tax authorities in China and Hong Kong have introduced a number of policy measures and deployed more resources to carry out tax audits and investigations. There are also collaborative efforts in the areas of tax enforcement, as well as in collecting and the exchange of tax information. As a result, it is more important than ever for taxpayers to pay special attention to cross-border tax issues, adopt preventive measures, and manage tax controversy and disputes carefully.

In this second workshop of the "Managing Tax Controversy Series", tax experts from PwC will provide an overview of the latest developments in tax controversy and dispute resolution in China and Hong Kong. The speakers will also provide insights on the approach adopted by the Chinese and Hong Kong tax authorities to handling tax audit and investigation cases, as well as advice on dealing with and strategies to mitigate tax risks in cross-border situations.

This workshop series should be of interest to all those who would like to have a better understanding of handling tax controversy situations in Hong Kong and China, and is particularly relevant to those who work in the accounting, finance, tax or legal fields.

Upon registration of this workshop, participants will receive a coupon code, which is entitled to a special discount of $50 applicable for the same person to another workshop in this series.

You may also sign up all four workshops to enjoy a total savings of $250! If you are interested in taking up this offer, please contact Ms Karen Au by phone at 2823 1200 or by email at

Workshop 1 – Reaping Tax Treaty Benefits and Understanding the Impact of Common Reporting Standard on 2 May
(Please register here)

Workshop 2 – Navigating Tax Disputes in China and Hong Kong on 8 May
(Please register here)

Workshop 3 – How Can Transfer Pricing Help in Resolving Tax Audit and Investigation Cases on 20 May
(Please register here)

Workshop 4 – Strategies to Effectively Mitigate Tax Risks for Companies and Individuals on 22 May
(Please register here)

Speaker(s) Kenneth Wong, Leader, Tax Controversy Services, PwC Hong Kong
Philip Hung, Director, Tax Controversy Services, PwC Hong Kong
Rebecca Wong, Partner, Tax Services, PwC China
Karen Au, Senior Manager, Tax Controversy Services, PwC Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Date and Time 2019/05/08 14:30 to 16:30
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Karen Au
Tel: 28231200
Fee Members @ HK$280 / Non-Members @ HK$580
+$50 for booking offline
This event accepts Chamber Coupon (terms and conditions)
Members enjoy 30% discount with BOC HKGCC VISA Card
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