A Peek into the “Taxing Book” - The Law and Practice of Singapore Income Tax 3rd Edition Primers Series: Exchange of Information and International Tax Agreements


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Date:
26 November 2020, Thursday

Time:
03.00 - 05.00PM
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Online Classroom in or outside of Singapore

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Programme Synopsis

Following the success of the first and second editions, the Tax Academy of Singapore is proud to announce the upcoming launch of the 3rd edition of The Law & Practice of Singapore Income Tax. An authoritative and comprehensive reference book on taxation of income, this edition aims to explain the fundamental changes to the tax landscape and updates on the Second Edition with a comprehensive coverage and analysis of case law developments, administrative guides and practical application of the income tax law, tax treaties and international tax agreements.

In conjunction with the launch of the book, we are pleased to present the first of a series of webinars where the authors will give an overview of what is covered in their respective chapters and expound on some of the topics. In addition, webinar participants will be entitled to a special 15% discount off the price of the book!

To kick off this series, we have Mr Allen Tan (Head of Tax, Trade and Wealth Management, Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow), and Mr Robin Ng (Director, International Tax and Relations-Policy, IRAS) to share from the chapter on “Exchange of Information and International Tax Agreements”. They will discuss the key frameworks through which tax authorities of different jurisdictions work with each other by conducting exchange of information (‘EOI’), with a focus on developments that impact Singapore.

Programme Outline

Agenda:

  • Overview of international developments on EOI and Singapore’s responses
  • International tax agreements
  • EOI on request
  • Automatic EOI
  • Spontaneous EOI
  • Thoughts on the challenges or issues in EOI arising from the sharing and gig economy
  • Discussion and Q&A session

About the Presenter(s)/ Trainer(s)


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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.

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Mr Robin Ng
Director - International Tax and Relations Policy Branch
Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS)
Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax)


Mr. Robin Ng is currently the Director of the Policy Branch of the International Tax Policy and Relation Division in the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore. Robin oversees matters relating to DTAs, policies concerning exchange of information on request, international tax cooperation and administrative assistance as well as international tax relations matters. Robin holds a Bachelor of Accountancy with Honours from the Nanyang Technological University and a Master of Laws in International Tax Laws with Honours from Vienna University of Economics and Business. Robin is a Chartered Accountant (Singapore) and an Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax). Robin has contributed to external journals such as the Cahiers for the International Fiscal Association.








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