The Many Faces of Singapore Tax Cases


Recommended: Dive in on the recent tax cases and understand its implications 
Date:
13 May 2020, Wednesday

Closing date: 6 May 2020, Wednesday or when spaces are filled

Time:
02.15 - 04.45PM

(Registration starts at 1.45pm.)

Venue:
Room 903 Theatre
Level 9, NTUC Centre
No.1 Marina Boulevard
Singapore 018989

CPE Hours (Income Tax):

2.5 hour(s)

CPE Hours (GST):

0 hour(s)

SILE CPD Points:
2 public CPD Points
Practice Area:
Tax
Training Category:
Intermediate
Fees:
$ 99 (SIATP/ISCA Member); $129 (Association Member); $185 (Non-Member)
Contact:
Nabila at 6597 5714 / Kelvin at 6597 5719
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Programme Synopsis

From tax to trials, disputes to appeals, the year of 2019 saw a number of developments in the tax scene. Despite the long-established rules and regulations on income tax, stamp duties and property tax, these remain a source of contention and were played out in 2019.
Join in this upcoming Tax Excellence Decoded session and dive into several of 2019’s notable cases, offering you a closer look at the Court's decisions and an appreciation on the intricacies of various tax laws. Income tax cases such as BZZ v CIT and Allswell Marketing Pte Ltd v Public Prosecutor will be covered. 

Issues such as the requirements for instruments to be charged stamp duty will be reviewed as part of the discussion on Ong Beng Chong v Commissioner of Stamp Duties. In addition, property tax cases such as HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Ltd (trustee of Capitaland Mall Trust) v Chief Assessor will also be covered as well. 

Join Accredited Tax Practitioner (Income Tax and GST) Mr Allen Tan, Principal and Mr Jeremiah Soh, Senior Associate at Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow as they dissect the various controversies, give their take on the cases, as well as to share the implications to take note of for you and your clients.

Programme Outline

• Get updated on the current tax developments and the outcomes of the recent tax cases of Singapore
• Appreciate the intricacies in tax laws to better manage tax risks
• Be aware of the various implications of the tax cases for taxpayers

About the Facilitator(s)


Mr Allen Tan
Principal
Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow
Accredited Tax Practitioner (Income Tax & GST)


Allen has extensive experience working on both international and local tax issues, with special focus on regional tax aspects of the transactions he is involved in. His practice includes advising clients on tax issues arising from mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, transfer pricing, indirect taxes, transfer taxes, tax controversies, foreign direct investment and cross-border tax planning issues. A regular speaker at various established tax conferences, Allen is ranked as a Band 1 lawyer in Chambers Asia Pacific for his tax controversy and corporate tax work and in many other leading legal and tax directories.

Mr Jeremiah Soh
Senior Associate
Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow
 


Jeremiah practices tax law and has assisted domestic and multinational organisations on a range of cross-border and domestic tax issues. He has experience in handling tax controversies and disputes, including tax appeals before the Singapore courts. Examples of contentious issues he has dealt with include issues pertaining to deductions, capital allowances, taxability of gains, etc.








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