Please join us for a webinar entitled “China Business Hurdles: Tackling Tax and Legal Tips for Small to Global Operations”. It will be hosted by the Co-chairs of the Asia-Pacific Special Interest Group – Robin Gerofsky Kaptzan (Partner & Asia-Practice Chair) and Andy Wang (Accountant & Quantitative Analysis Chair) of Zahn Law Group, LLP, a BOKS International member firm based in New York City.
The world is becoming a more regulated environment, and that includes China. Recently, China has passed many new laws and regulations, making doing business in and cross-border with China more challenging. This program seeks to clarify high-level key regulatory and tax obligations, share tools for managing and protecting your business investment, and tips for your post-Covid China business relationship.
From an accounting and legal perspective, the speakers will share details about new regulations and trending issues. They will identify cross-border contract terms involved in disputes and what your contract should include to minimize or avoid operational and financial /tax risks. Protocols and tools for a smoother flow of funds in and out of China and key tax implications for employees and cross-border contracts will also be highlighted.
Legal and Accounting Key Takeaways:
- Details about the new and trending laws and regulations in China
- Problematic Contract Terms and how to manage them
- “Must know” details for the transmission of funds in and out of China
- Corporate, employee and other Tax related facts
- Cultural Tips for navigating business in China
The presenters are highly experienced in providing services to businesses, individuals and family offices from around the world and will impart their expertise from first-hand relevant experience with Chinese businesses and individuals. Ms. Kaptzan lived and worked in China and Hong Kong for more than two decades and has worked with some of the largest Chinese law firms. Mr. Wang is from China and has lived and worked in the USA for more than __ years and has worked for some of the largest accounting firms. The webinar will be an interactive discussion between the panelists, followed by an opportunity for the participants to ask questions. This program will benefit accountants, lawyers, businesspeople, and anyone operating a business in China or involved in a cross-border relationship with a Chinese entity or individual.