The New China-UK Double Tax Agreement: Challenges and Opportunities

  • When:
    Thursday, 27 October 2011, 8:00am - 10:00am
  • Where:
    The Grand Hyatt Shanghai,
    Drawing Room II, Jin Mao Tower, 88 Shiji Dadao
  • Price:
    RMB 250 for members, RMB 350 for non-members; includes buffet breakfast

The UK and China have recently revised their Double Tax Agreement (DTA), creating both new opportunities in tax planning and new challenges for tax administration for those UK and Chinese companies invested or investing in either country. In this seminar, Anthony Chau of KPMG Shanghai outlines the various changes made to the DTA and addresses issues related to passive income, the permanent establishment (PE) and PE attribution, anti-abuse and anti-avoidance rules, and the Exchange of Information article.

*Image by Arvind Balaraman*

Speaker Introduction

Anthony Chau

**Tax Partner, KPMG Shanghai**

Anthony started his tax advisory career in KPMG Sydney. Upon returning to Hong Kong in 2000, he began practicing in the areas of PRC taxation, custom duty and business advisory matters. Anthony was stationed in Guangzhou and Chengdu before being relocated to KPMG in Shanghai in July 2011. In addition to his tax-related roles in Shanghai, Anthony continues to manage the Tax Practice of KPMG in Chengdu and is also leading the Trade and Customs Practice of Central China. Over the years, Anthony has advised multi-national clients on expansion plans, holding structures, operational and cross-border transactions, and restructuring initiatives.

Event contact

Ariel Tang
+86 21 6218 5022 ext. 24
ariel.tang@britishchambershanghai.org