Navigating tax disputes - China and Hong Kong trends

9 January 2018, Hong Kong

By invitation only

This workshop will be conducted in Cantonese.


In light of the change of global tax landscape and the international trend to prevent erosion of tax base, tax authorities around the globe are taking more aggressive attitudes to protect their own tax revenue and narrowing the tax gap. The latest development of Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) will inevitably bring about more tax disputes between the taxpayers and tax authorities.

In recent years, The State Administration of Taxation of The People's Republic of China and Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department have been adopting initiatives to counter BEPS and deploying more resources in conducting tax audits and investigations. Moreover, there is increasing co-operation between tax authorities in the enforcement of tax administration as well as collection and exchange of tax information. Taxpayers need to pay special attention to the cross-border tax issues, adopt preventive measures and manage the tax controversy and disputes carefully.

In view of this, our subject matter experts will share the latest development of tax controversy and dispute resolution in China and Hong Kong. The speakers will also provide insights on the approach adopted by the tax authorities in tax audit and investigation cases, tips for resolving tax disputes with the tax authorities and strategy to mitigate tax risks.

Highlights of the workshop will include:

  • The latest landscape of the tax controversy and disputes in China and Hong Kong
  • Common areas and circumstances triggering tax controversy and disputes
  • Tactics in dealing with the enquiries and challenges from the tax authorities
  • Strategy to manage tax risks in cross-border situations
  • Real life case sharing


Event details


9 January 2018 (Tuesday)


9.30am - 12.30pm (Registration start at 9am)


PwC Executive Conference Centre,

21/F Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark,

15 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong 







For more information, please contact

Angel Chan 

Tel: +[852] 2289 3025