|$300.00 (including GST)|
The 2018 Singapore Tax Budget is drawing much attention after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said last November that taxes are set to go up as government spending increases. This has sparked speculation among economists and tax professionals about the format and timing of the tax increase.
How will this year's Budget proposals impact your organisation in the short to long term? What are the important tax developments, and the opportunities and risks that these would present to your organisation?
Featuring half-a-day of practical learning, this is the “must-attend” networking event that Finance and Tax Professionals will not want to miss. Join us for this interactive session, where our distinguished speakers and panelists will offer you valuable insights and analyses to help your organisation move forward with confidence.
|8:30||Morning Coffee & Registration|
Welcome & Chairman’s Opening RemarksStephen Phua, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Budget 2018 Highlights
Chung-Sim Siew Moon, Partner and Head of Tax, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
2018 Tax Budget and Singapore’s Economy
Bernard Aw, Principal Economist, IHS Markit
|10:30||Morning Tea Break & Refreshments|
New Developments in Indirect Tax 2018
Gan Hwee Leng, Partner, Indirect Tax, KPMG
Panel Discussion: Budget 2018 Tax Proposals on Singapore’s Business Landscape, Opportunities and Challenges
Moderator: Stephen Phua, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
|12:45||Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference|
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