Webinar: Hong Kong’s foreign-sourced income exemption regime: refinements and updates
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Webinar: Hong Kong’s foreign-sourced income exemption regime: refinements and updates

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Join ITR and KPMG China at 5pm Beijing time (9am GMT) on December 12 2023 to hear about the most recent changes to the foreign-sourced income exemption regime

The foreign-sourced income exemption (FSIE) regime, which became effective on January 1 2023, is one of the biggest changes in the basic tenor of taxation in Hong Kong’s history. An amendment bill to expand the scope of assets covered under the FSIE regime was gazetted on October 13 2023. This change should be coupled with amendments to the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance enhancing the tax certainty in connection with onshore qualified equity disposal gains that were gazetted on October 20 2023.

In this webinar, John Timpany and Eugene Yeung, respectively the head of tax and a tax partner at KPMG China, will discuss what they have observed in the 11 months since the enactment of the FSIE regime, and the features of the proposed changes to the law. They will also share insights on actions that may be required before year end.

Sign up now for this free webinar and hear how the changes to the FSIE regime could affect your organisation.

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