Event Details

Facing an increasingly competitive economic environment, the mobility of employees as well as the availability and location of talent will become key success factors for companies in China. In addition, on May 1, 2016, the new Value Added Tax (VAT) was put into effect. With the expansion of the B2V reform to several sectors such as finance and insurance, real estate and construction, and lifestyle services, the former Business Tax has finally been replaced by VAT. By now, all industries under the Business Tax regime have moved to VAT, with potentially significant impacts on all VAT taxpayers.

Amcham China's Northeast China Chapter has invited experts from PwC to share the latest global mobility trends and explore solutions to some of the typical problems and challenges companies face, as well as sharing key points on the new B2V measures to help enterprises prepare for the impact.

This seminar will clarify the most critical points regarding the following matters:
• Global mobility trends, types and solutions
• China´s individual income tax planning and deployment arrangements
• Tax audit trends in China
• Latest VAT reform developments in China
• Opportunities and challenges for companies under the new B2V reform

Contact: Ms. Lily Yao/lyao@amchamchina.org/+86 133 5420 7794


  • Nina Wang (Senior Tax Manager at PwC)

    Nina Wang

    Senior Tax Manager at PwC

    Senior tax manager with PwC Dalian Office, with more than 12 years of tax and business advisory experience in China. Nina is in the Corporate Tax Group and has been involved in various tax restructuring, tax planning, health-check, tax and business advisory, due diligence exercises, deal advisory and negotiation assignments for foreign companies with PRC operations and domestic companies. She has served a wide spectrum of MNC clients and is a PRC CPA (non-practice member) and CTA.

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  • Nicole Wang (Senior Associate of  International Assignment Services at PwC)

    Nicole Wang

    Senior Associate of International Assignment Services at PwC

    Senior Associate of PwC International Assignment Services practice based in Dalian. Ms. Wang has almost 9 years of professional experience in advising domestic and multinational companies on PRC individual income tax matters. She has extensive involvement in international assignment services, and has worked on a large number of tax compliance and consulting projects, such as cross-border issues, drafting company policy and employment terms, remuneration package structuring, tax equalization, termination package, tax health check and negotiation with tax authorities. Ms. Wang has working experience in both mainland China and Hong Kong and is a ACCA and EA.

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