Tax Peace Starts with Tax Governance


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Recommended: The whys, whats and hows of tax governance for a peace of mind in tax
Date:
19 August 2021, Thursday

Closing date: 12 August 2021, Thursday or when spaces are filled

Time:
10.00 - 11.30AM

Tech check from 9.45am

Venue:
Online Classroom

CPE Hours (Income Tax):

1.5 hour(s)

CPE Hours (GST):

0 hour(s)

Fees:
$28 (SCTP/ISCA Member); $38 (Association Member); $58 (Non-Member)
Contact:
Contact Nabila (+(65) 6360 5969), Rowan (+(65) 6360 5979) or enquiry@sctp.org.sg
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Programme Synopsis

OECD’s International Compliance Assurance Programme and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore’s Assisted Compliance Assurance Programme are just the tip of the ice-berg on the trend towards self-compliance. Tax authorities are also exchanging information, not to mention the adoption of technology by the authorities speeding up the pace of integrating information to draw a more comprehensive understanding of taxpayers’ activities globally.  

There has never been a more urgent time than now to ensure international businesses are on top of their tax affairs and it begins by getting a grip on tax governance. Join us in this upcoming live webinar helmed by the Deloitte team – Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax & GST) Ms Sharon Tan, Partner, Mr Andreas Kirsch, Tax Director from Deloitte Singapore and Mr Rakhim Mirzayev, Tax Director from Deloitte Australia, as they look into the structure of tax governance comprising the necessity, elements and operationalisation of tax governance. 

Come and understand how tax professionals can rise above the din of never-ending developments to better structure and leverage the tax function as a true strategic business partner.

Programme Outline

  • Gain a better appreciation of the implications of tax transparency and co-operative compliance coupled with technology adoption by authorities 
  • Know what the various international standards of tax governance are and the differences between Singapore’s and Australia’s standards
  • Understand the operationalisation of tax governance such as risk control matrix and the integration with the Enterprise Risk Management

About the Facilitator(s)


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Ms Sharon Tan
Partner – International Tax
Deloitte Singapore
Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax & GST)


Sharon Tan is an International Tax Partner based in Singapore.  She supports the firm’s global clients with investments in the Asia Pacific region and is also a key contact for the firm’s Global Value Chain Alignment network for the Asia Pacific region.

With over 24 years of MNC industry experience, Sharon focuses on assisting multinational corporations in their international tax operations, which include income tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax, tax audit and controversy management, incentive negotiations & administration, supply chain planning and business restructuring initiatives.

Besides being an Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax & GST), Sharon is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in both Singapore and Australia.   

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Mr Andreas Kirsch
Tax Director
Deloitte Singapore


With over 17 years of tax experience in both the industry and consultancy, Andreas Kirsch is currently a Director in Deloitte Singapore’s Tax Governance Group and has been based in Singapore since November 2020. 

Prior to relocating to Singapore, Andreas was leading the German tax governance practice at Deloitte Germany. He was also previously the Tax Lead at an Australian group with oversight of the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. He specialises in tax governance, tax transparency, tax technology as well as tax organisation. 

Andreas supports businesses in meeting the challenges of multi-jurisdictional tax operations focussing on tax-relevant end-to-end processes, implementation of global tax control frameworks and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of tax functions. 


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Mr Rakhim Mirzayev
Tax Director
Deloitte Australia


Rakhim leads Deloitte’s Tax Governance and Risk Management practice and has extensive professional Big 4 and industry experience across the UK, Middle East and Asia Pacific. Over the years, Rakhim supported some of the largest FTSE and listed businesses in Australia in their global tax risk management, tax governance and tax transparency requirements. This also includes dealing extensively with tax authority business risk reviews and assurance reviews both by HMRC in the UK and the ATO in Australia).

He assists clients with reviews of the design and operational effectiveness of their tax control frameworks (across the main tax areas including transfer pricing, employment tax, corporate income tax, VAT/ GST, R&D etc). Reviewing tax governance frameworks for numerous organisations with specific reference to the ATO’s and HMRC’s control expectations (incl. assistance to enhance business tax policies, procedures and controls).









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