Are You Clear on The Tax Transparency Agenda?


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Recommended: Tax transparency characterises this era but what does it really mean?
Date:
14 May 2021, Friday

Closing Date: 7 May 2021, Friday or when spaces are filled

Time:
12.00 - 01.15PM
Venue:
Online Classroom

CPE Hours (Income Tax):

1.25 hour(s)

CPE Hours (GST):

0 hour(s)

Fees:
$28 (SCTP/ISCA Member); $38 (Association Member); $58 (Non-Member)
Contact:
Contact Nabila (6597 5714), Rowan (6597 5719) or enquiry@sctp.org.sg
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Programme Synopsis

In the tax landscape of today, a company’s image can significantly be affected by its tax management. Voices from a gamut of stakeholders such as the media, governments, employees and interest groups may present various perspectives of an organisation’s tax affairs, advocating more public information and accountability. Tax transparency is the new name of the game. 
 
Buzzwords like ‘tax governance statements’ have crept into the vocabulary of senior management and boards of corporations. Now and ever more so, tax professionals have been pushed into the spotlight. Join in the upcoming webinar, to understand how the role of tax professionals have changed. 
 
The session, facilitated by Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax) Mr Brendan Egan, Tax Partner at PwC Singapore, looks into the tax transparency agenda and get in on the views and insights of what defines and drives the emergence of a tax transparency agenda. 
 
Come and understand how tax professionals can rise above the din and never-ending developments to be a vital personnel in the business strategy, from corporate social responsibility to collaboration and cooperation with tax authorities. 

Programme Outline

  • Know what the tax transparency agenda is from different perspectives 
  • Be aware of what tax professionals and businesses should take note of
  • Gain insights on the outlook and what else might be in the horizon 
  • Understand the challenges and the opportunities this new era of tax transparency brings

About the Facilitator(s)


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Mr Brendan Egan
Financial Services Tax Reporting and Strategy Leader, Insurance Tax Leader
PwC Singapore
Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax)


Brendan is an international tax partner and leads the insurance tax practice at PwC Singapore.
 
He has over 40 years of corporate and international tax experience. Having started his tax career at the Australian Taxation Office before moving to Singapore in 1991 to join the then Cooper & Lybrand Singapore, Brendan subsequently moved to Hong Kong and spent the 20 years in-house for various global financial services corporations. Prior to rejoining PwC in 2016, Brendan held the position of Global Head of Tax Policy and Government Affairs at AIG.
 
Whilst in-house, Brendan established regional tax functions for Standard Chartered Bank, MasterCard and AIG.  His work included improving the efficiency and effectiveness of regional tax functions, reviewing and improving controls as well as implementing risk management and tax reporting policies and procedures. He has significant experience in managing the tax affairs of businesses throughout Asia/Pacific, Middle East, Africa and Latin America and has worked extensively on due diligence, planning and implementing corporate restructures, tax policy formulation and lobbying of government agencies, mergers, acquisitions and divestments in the region. Brendan specialises in local and international tax structuring and his clients include Singaporean and foreign multi-nationals.








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