Webinar: Recent Developments in Global Tax Management: Preparing the Tax Leader in Today’s Uncertain World

Year: 2020

The role of the Tax Leader has changed. Apart from keeping abreast of rapidly changing international tax reforms, today’s Tax Leader increasingly needs to be a proactive business partner who is able to lead both business and tax transformations. Tax management has become inherently complex. No longer is keeping abreast of international tax reforms adequate, good tax decisions require awareness of the latest international macro-economic, geopolitical and technological tensions.

This webinar will enhance the Tax Leader’s ability to make and implement strategic and tactical global decisions that reflect foresight. It is intended to help Tax or Business Leaders with global investments or global supply chains.

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Ms Annalise Foong

Ms Foong is a Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia) and Legal Practitioner (Law Society of New South Wales) with 20 years of extensive experience in the areas of international tax, mergers, acquisitions and integration planning, both from the commercial and professional services environment.

Prior to joining Future-Moves Group, Ms Foong was the Global Tax Director at a large HKSE listed company with full-scope responsibility for direct tax, indirect tax and customs matters. In this role, she led teams of regional tax managers and analysts in global locations who were involved in all strategic planning and compliance matters associated with both direct tax and transactional tax matters for the Group.

Event Details:

Date : 18 September 2020, Friday

Time : 10.00am – 12.00pm


International Tax Reforms resulting from Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (‘BEPS’) developments 

Outline of latest developments arising from the OECD’s BEPS 2.0 Project:

  • Pillar 1 – Unified approach to taxing the digital economy;
  • Pillar 2 – Global Anti Base Erosion Proposal to develop global minimum tax rules

COVID Recovery – Tax as a Revenue Raising Tool            

Tax reforms and audit reactions arising from Governments revenue raising measures during the COVID recovery stage:

  • Fiscal policy toolkit – Revenue Raising measures
  • Indicators of respective countries’ fiscal needs.

Supply Chain Impacts

Tax and non-tax considerations to address global shifts in customer, suppliers and operating locations including the following:

  • Geopolitical tensions
  • Technology restrictions
  • Customs and indirect tax implications
  • Triggering taxable presence in a foreign location
  • Triggering withholding tax costs

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We look forward to seeing you there!