How BEPS is impacting multinationals' finance and treasury strategy

3 April 2019, Hong Kong

By invitation only


How BEPS is impacting multinationals' finance and treasury strategy

In this seminar, our tax professionals will look at the typical structures currently used to finance cross-border operations and consider how these might be impacted by the international tax changes that have recently been enacted or may be coming down the road. We will provide an overview of the impact of these changes, as well as provide insights into how other multinationals around the world are adjusting their treasury strategies to respond. 

Our speakers will bring together a diverse range of backgrounds and perspectives from Hong Kong, Australia, Japan, Singapore and the UK/Europe covering both Hong Kong, international tax structuring and transfer pricing expertise.



Gwenda Ho - Tax Partner, PwC China and Hong Kong

Peter Brewin - Transfer Pricing Partner, PwC China and Hong Kong

Graham Robinson - Tax Partner, PwC UK (PwC UK Finance and Treasury Tax Leader)

James Nickless - Transfer Pricing Partner, PwC Australia

Ryann Thomas - Tax Partner, PwC Japan

Lynn Tay - Transfer Pricing Director, PwC Singapore

Jessica Yin - Transfer Pricing Senior Manager, PwC China and Hong Kong


Event details

Date:      3 April 2019 (Wednesday)

Time:      9am - 11am (Registration starts at 8.30am)

Venue:    PwC Executive Conference Centre, 21/F Edinburgh Tower,
              15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong

Fee:        Complimentary 

Target audience: Tax and treasury professionals with a regional or head office role interested in cross border finance



For more information, please contact

Dennis Su

Tel: +[852] 2289 3575