Part 1: 15 August 2024, Thursday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Part 2: 16 August 2024, Friday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Delivered Via:     2-Part Webinar




Asian Legal Business brings you a comprehensive masterclass on the 2023-2024 development of tax legislation and practice in key Asia Pacific countries, including progress of Pillar 2, evolvement of interest deduction rules, and other hot topics in Australia, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.   

Learn from experts and leading tax partners from DLA Piper as they share first-hand information from their practice in each of the jurisdictions, giving participants a unique chance to exchange ideas and Q&A with the speakers. 

  • Interest Deduction Rules & Thin Capitalization Rules
  • Earning Strippings Rules
  • New Debt Creation Rules
  • Conditions for Deduction
  • Tax Treatment of "Embedded Royalties"
  • International Taxation
  • VAT Law
  • 2024 Tax Reforms
  • Singapore - Hong Kong: Comparison on FSIE Regimes and Funds & Family Office
...and much more!


•    Tax Directors and Managers
•    Tax Advisers
•    Structured Finance Professionals from Financial and Non-Financial Institutions
•    International Tax Professionals, particularly those involved in cross-border trade and finance

Part 1: 15 August 2024, Thursday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Part 2: 16 August 2024, Friday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Delivered Via:     2-Part Webinar




Barbara Voskamp - Partner (DLA Piper)

Barbara Voskamp is an international tax lawyer with over 20 years’ experience in domestic and international tax structuring. Barbara’s practice focusses particularly on the tax aspects of cross border private equity and real estate investments, and the tax structuring of investment funds.

Anderson Lam - Partner & Co-Head of Tax, Asia (DLA Piper)

Anderson Lam focuses on Hong Kong and cross-border corporate commercial and tax work. Anderson has extensive experience in advising local and international clients in structuring their business operations in a legally compliant and tax-efficient manner. This involves cross-border legal and tax planning, as well as structure implementation and helping multinational clients to establish a local presence in Asia. He regularly advises international and local corporate clients in legal and tax compliance, operation and implementation.

Keitaro Uzawa - Of Counsel (DLA Piper)

Keitaro Uzawa has over 10 years' experience in advising multinational and Japanese clients, particularly focusing on international tax, transfer pricing and customs duties, in addition to general corporate, disputes, and mergers & acquisitions. Keitaro is a qualified Japanese lawyer (bengoshi) and certified public tax accountant (zeirishi), and he was seconded to the DLA Piper London office from September 2019 to February 2020, where he belonged to the International Tax and Transfer Pricing team.

Eddie Ahn - Partner (DLA Piper)

Eddie Ahn is a tax partner with more than 20 years' experience advising clients on Australian taxation issues. Eddie has strong experience advising upon corporate tax and real estate tax issues, particularly in the areas of tax structuring, cross-border transactions and stamp duty. Eddie has advised major corporate groups in respect of tax structuring acquisitions and internal corporate reorganisations. In addition, he has advised parties involved in infrastructure projects in Australia on the various taxation and stamp duty implications. Eddie also regularly advises both inbound and outbound investment funds on the structuring and taxation implications of their investments, in particular in respect to Australian real estate investment. 

Windson Li - Co-Head of Tax, Asia (DLA Piper)

Windson Li is committed to providing corporate legal and cross-border tax consulting services to international group companies and high-net-worth clients and focuses on mergers and acquisitions, company formation, joint ventures, tax structures, business model transitions, transfer pricing and trust formation of enterprises in China and abroad. As a China certified tax agent and over 17 years' experience in China corporate law, China tax, international taxes and transfer pricing services, Windson advises clients across a wide range of sectors and industries, including telecommunication equipment manufacturing, industrial equipment manufacturing, consumer electronics, software technical services, garment distribution and automobile manufacturing.

David Johnston - Partner (DLA Piper)

David Johnston is an experienced tax lawyer, with a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions, W&I insurance, restructuring, New Zealand’s treatment of inbound and outbound investment and tax disputes with the Inland Revenue. David also has considerable experience of advising on the tax treatment of funds and employee/management share plans. David is named as a "leading individual" by Legal 500. David has acted on a variety of transactions, including conducting tax due diligence, providing transactional tax advice, and reviewing and negotiating transaction/legal documentation. David regularly assists clients with their interactions with the Inland Revenue, including making voluntary disclosures, obtaining tax rulings and during tax enquiries. David has appeared in the Taxation Review Authority and the High Court. David assists a range of clients, from significant multi-nationals to start-up companies. He has broad industry exposure and has provided tax advice to companies in a number of different sectors, including private equity, banking, asset management, venture capital, insurance, agriculture, forestry, retail, pharmaceutical and technology.

Part 1: 15 August 2024, Thursday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Part 2: 16 August 2024, Friday
2pm to 6pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/Beijing/Shanghai Time) GMT +8

Delivered Via:     2-Part Webinar




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