Seminar on “The new China Individual Income Tax Law on tax residence determination”
Speaker :
Dr. Danny Po
International and M&A Tax Services Partner

(Course Code : 332019)

About the Seminar :

In this seminar, we will discuss about:
- 中國個人所得稅改革進程回顧
- 無住所個人個稅新政解讀
- 粵港澳大灣區個人所得稅優惠政策
- 新政對外籍個人稅務的潛在影響及風險管控思路

Date: 27 November 2019 (Wednesday)
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm (6:45pm Registration)
Venue: RSM Hong Kong Office
29/F, Lee Gardens Two, 28 Yun Ping Road,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Medium: Cantonese, Handout in Chinese
CPD Hours: 2 hours
Enrolment Fee: HK$130 (Member or Associate of AHKA)
HK$130 (Member of CIMA)
HK$220 (Non-member)

About the Speaker:

Dr. Danny Po
International and M&A Tax Services Partner

Professional Background
Danny Po is Deloitte’s International and M&A Tax partner. Danny has more than 30 years of experience in China tax and business advisory services. He has been working closely with his teams in Hong Kong and the Mainland of China to provide a wide range of transaction related tax services for both in-bound and out-bound investment.

Danny is an active speaker on China inbound and outbound M&A tax topics for trade associations and professional bodies as well as media in the Mainland of China and Hong Kong.

Professional and Academic Qualifications
Danny is a fellow member of HKICPA, ACCA, ICAEW, HKTI and HKICS. Danny has a DBA degree granted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a MBA degree granted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Selected Experience
Danny was the lead engagement M&A tax partner of Blackstone’s acquisition of SZITIC, COFCO’s acquisition of Noble Group’s global business and Beijing Capital’s acquisition of TPI’s waste management business in New Zealand, the former one being the biggest deal of Blackstone in the year while the latter two were the biggest overseas acquisitions of those two top-tier Chinese SOEs as of the year. Danny was the lead M&A tax partner acting for Ajinomoto’s disposal of Amoy to Citic Capital in 2018 and the related Bulletin 7 reporting. He also handled the Bulletin 7 reporting of Cheung Kong Property Group’s divestment in Shanghai, Chongqing and Beijing in recent years.
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