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To facilitate the development of family office business in Hong Kong as announced by the Chief Executive in his 2022 Policy Address, the Hong Kong SAR Government has published draft legislation for implementing a concessionary tax regime for family-owned investment holding vehicles (FIHVs) managed by a single family office (SFO) in Hong Kong.

Gazetted on 9 December 2022, the Inland Revenue (Amendment) (Tax Concessions for Family-owned Investment Holding Vehicles) Bill 2022 (the Bill) proposes profits tax exemption for assessable profits earned from certain transactions by FIHVs owned by ultra-high-net-worth individuals and their family members with effect from the 2022/23 year of assessment, subject to fulfilment of specified eligibility conditions.

How will the Bill facilitate Hong Kong in becoming a family office hub? How can family office businesses reap the benefits of the tax exemption, and how should tax professionals prepare their clients for the new regime?

Join us on 7 February when Alice Leung, tax partner at KPMG and Christine Ho, Deputy Global Head of Family Office at Invest Hong Kong, will provide an overview of the key requirements for a FIHV, as well as the Bill's impact and opportunities for SFOs in Hong Kong.

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Christine Ho

Deputy Global Head of Family Office, Invest Hong Kong 

Ms Ho has over 17 years of proven working experience in Private Banking/ Wealth Management. She has been working directly with entrepreneurs, family offices and private equity funds from Asia to Europe with the focus in Greater China. 

Ms Ho worked in top tier banks, including UBS, JP Morgan, HSBC, DBS and BNP Paribas in Zurich and Hong Kong. Recently she held various positions where she led, developed, and managed family office business as Executive Director of BNP Paribas Private Bank, and Senior Director of DBS Private Bank.

Ms Ho started her career as a portfolio manager. She later became clients’ trusted adviser and managed their overall banking matters. Starting from 2015, Ms Ho started to work with family offices to set up and run business in Hong Kong. Ms Ho acquires extensive knowledge of investments, trust, tax, and regulations, and accumulated valuable resources and network.

Alice Leung
Tax Partner, KPMG

Ms Leung is a partner with KPMG China who specialises in the corporate tax field for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in advising tax compliance and advisory matters on a diverse range of multinational and local clients belonging to various industries including consumer markets, industrial markets, transportation, telecommunications and media.

Alice is also active in advocating KPMG’s and the business community’s positions and views regarding tax policies and reforms to a number of government agencies, professional associations and industry groups. She is a frequent speaker on various key tax issues and developments in both KPMG and external business seminars and conferences. She also contributes articles to business publications. 

Ms Leung is the former Chairman of the Taxation Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.

Language English
Date and Time 2023/02/07 16:00 to 17:30
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Karen Au
Tel: 28231246
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