Asia Supply Chain Tax Issues: The Impact of BEPS, US Tax Reform and Digital Permanent Establishment
The regulatory framework for Asian Supply Chains is tightening. Intercompany transactions are under greater scrutiny. The tax authorities are becoming more sophisticated and creative, particularly with regard to tax audits and transfer pricing arrangements.
In light of this climate, EFMA is offering a one hour recorded webinar featuring experts from EY on Asia Supply Chain Tax Issues: The Impact of BEPS, US Tax Reform and Digital Permanent Establishment.
Some of the items covered as we consider tax developments across selected Asia-Pacific jurisdictions include:
- Increased transfer pricing requirements;
- Permanent establishments: increased risk of holding stock in-country, or increased risk for sales agent structures;
- Significant VAT changes;
- Hybrid mismatch rules’
- Anti-avoidance: MAAL/DPT regimes.
Matt Andrews. Matt is a Partner in EY’s Operating Model Effectiveness practice. He has helped small and large companies set-up, build and rebuild their business models and supply chains in Asia for around 20 years.
Nick Muhlemann. Nick is a Partner in the Operating Model Effectiveness team based in Singapore and leads EY’s Digital Tax Effectiveness solutions across APAC. He has over 20 years of experience of working with international companies implementing operating model change
Jenny Dobson. Jenny is a Manager in EY’s International Tax Services practice. Jenny advises on various cross-border income tax issues for inbound and outbound multinationals, including operating structures, repatriation considerations, funding issues and operating model effectiveness.
Harry Tothill. Harry is a Senior Consultant in EY’s International Tax Services practice, with a focus on operating model effectiveness engagements for multinationals restructuring in Asia-Pacific. Harry also works on transfer pricing planning, documentation and controversy projects in the region.