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[Webinar] Belt & Road – Challenges and Opportunities for Chinese Enterprises 一帶一路為中國企業帶來的機遇與挑戰

Events Details (Code: 210706LU-CEX)


語言: 普通話輔以粵語

本次研討會的主要議題包括:
 
1.     中國企業在一帶一路沿線國家的投資情況概述
a.     簡要介紹相關數據、重點國家、重點行業、部分知名投資

2.     一帶一路核心區域——東南亞的投資概述,包括
a.     中國企業在東南亞的整體投資情況、投資的驅動力
b.     東南亞熱點投資國家——泰國和越南的整體投資環境、主要優勢、重點行業,主要投資機會,投資風險和注意事項,中國企業在當地的投資情況,投資表現,重點投資項目介紹

3.     中國企業一帶一路投資的部分案例分享,側重投資表現、投資風險

4.     “一帶一路”下常見的海外投資方式及稅務考量
a.     綠地投資及海外工業園
b.     海外工程項目
c.      海外併購
 
5. 中國企業“一帶一路”東南亞投資稅務籌劃案例分享

The Continuing Education Committee is pleased to bring together elite speakers from the PwC team who will share with us their professional knowledge and experience on advising corporate clients and government on “Belt & Road” projects in an online seminar to be held on 6 July 2021 . 
 
The “Belt & Road” initiative is the China grand plan to go global, and the initiative is becoming increasingly influential.  Under the long advocated “Going aboard” strategy, Chinese enterprises have been enthusiastic in making overseas investments in the last decade and this enthusiasm has added momentum to the “Belt & Road” initiative and also the China’s plan to go global.  Despite this, investors are facing different kinds of risks, challenges and uncertainties when making investments in the “Belt & Road” projects.
 
Language: Mandarin supplemented with Cantonese
 
In this seminar, the speakers will be addressing the following topics:
 
1.     An overview of the investment landscape in the “Belt & Road” countries
a.     Pinpointing, and supported by relevant data, the main targeted investment locations/countries, industries and a few famous projects

2.     An overview of the investment climate of one of the core “Belt & Road” investment zones – South East Asia, including:
a.     A snapshot of the investment ecosystem in the South East Asia and the driving forces for Chinese investors in making investments in these locations
b.     A closer look at the pros and cons for making investments in the hot-pick countries – Thailand and Vietnam

3.     Case sharing on “Belt & Road” investment projects

4.     Typical modes of investment and tax considerations for making investments in the “Belt & Road” projects, including:
a.     Greenfield projects and overseas industrial parks
b.     Overseas construction projects
c.      Overseas M&A deals

5.     Case sharing on tax planning for China enterprises making “Belt & Road” investments in South East Asia
 
 
 
Remarks:
 
-           This webinar is a complimentary event for Society members.  A webinar fee HK$150 will apply to registrants who are CFA exam candidates and non-members.
 
-           To qualify for CPT/CE hours, all participants (members, candidates and non-members) must attend the full webinar.  After the webinar, Society staff will verify participants’ check-in and check-out time from the registration system for the purpose of issuing CPT Attendance Letters.  No pro-rata credit hours will be awarded.
 
-           For candidates and non-members, please click the “Register” button above to complete the online payment and registration by 2 Jul 2021.  Please note that no registrations will be processed after this date.
 
-           Upon completion of online registration on Society website, registrants will receive an email notification from info@cfahk.org. Society staff will then verify the registration details, registrant’s identity and payment status.  Zoom webinar join link will be emailed to eligible registrants 3 working days before the webinar.
 
-           If you cannot find email notifications in your normal inbox, it is worth checking your spam or junk mail section.  If you have not received the email notification and reminder from the Society, it is the delegate’s responsibility to contact our staff office for assistance.
 
 
About the Speakers
 

 
Ms. Brenda Yip
Partner
Deals Advisory, Hong Kong/China
PricewaterhouseCoopers
 
Brenda is a Partner in the Deals Advisory Group in our Hong Kong and China practice. She has been with PricewaterhouseCoopers for over 20 years and she has over 15 years experience in advising merger and acquisition transactions.
 
Prior to joining the Transaction Services team, Brenda had worked in Assurance department for several years. She is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accounts.
 
Brenda has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, presided over the financial due diligence for domestic enterprises, multinational corporations and private equity funds. She also provides deal advisory support and assistance to the structure and negotiation to different transactions.
 
Her past project involves a wide range of industries, including core manufacturing, retail and consumer, pharmaceutical, and TMT related businesses. Brenda also has extensive experience helping Chinese enterprises in their overseas acquisitions into Asia, Europe and America.  
 
 

 
Mr. Danny Kwan
China Tax and Business Advisory Partner
PricewaterhouseCoopers
 
Danny Kwan is a Partner in China Tax and Business Advisory Services Division of PwC China, specializing in the mergers and acquisitions strategies in China. Danny has advised investors for their China inbound and outbound investment, including tax advisory on entrance strategy, tax due diligence, international tax structuring, reorganization, IPO, profits repatriation, foreign exchange as well as the negotiation with tax bureau for tax concessions and exemptions.
 
Danny was seconded to New York for a few years working with a lot of multinational and private equity clients. He accumulated extensive experience in structuring many cross border transactions to achieve overall tax efficiency, effective treasury and tax risks management.
Danny has involved in various tax due diligence and restructuring projects across many industries, including technology, software, manufacturing, consumer products, services, real estate, infrastructure, etc.
 
Danny obtained his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Sydney, Australia and the Master of Laws degree in the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Danny is currently a member of the CPA Australia and a member of Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
 
 
 
 
Mr. Pingping Zhang, CFA
Associate Director
Corporate Finance Department
PricewaterhouseCoopers

Mr. Zhang is the Associate Director of Corporate Finance team within the PwC China Deals Practice, and he was also once leading the China Business Desk in PwC Southeast Asia Network. He is dedicated to providing one-stop financing and M&A services to all kinds of clients in inbound/outbound deals.
 
Mr. Zhang graduated from Monash University and Australian National University, possessing a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, a Master Degree in International Business and a Master Degree in Finance with Merit. He is also a CFA charterholder. 
 
Prior joining PwC, Mr. Zhang had been working for a Chinese government authority, a UK-based asset management group, a Hong Kong-based investment bank, whereby he successfully managed several pre-IPO investments and IPO projects as well as an asset management fund.
 
Mr. Zhang joined PwC in 2015. His major task is to provide inbound/outbound financing and M&A services to clients. He is highly experienced with IT, infrastructure, education, auto and logistics sectors. During 2018 to 2020, he was on secondment in PwC Thailand, where he founded the local China Business Desk for PwC Southeast Asia Network.
 
 
 
Ms. Theresa Cai
China Tax and Business Advisory, Senior Manager
PricewaterhouseCoopers
 
Theresa is a Senior Tax Manager of PwC Hong Kong. Before transferring to Hong Kong, Theresa has been working with PwC Shanghai since graduation. 
 
She was on UK secondment from 2011 to 2013. During that period, she worked in PwC UK London office ITS team and was been involved in a few high profile cross-border deals and accumulated various experience in providing tax advice.
 
Theresa has extensive experience in advising multinational clients on tax and business matters related their Chinese investment, including assisting in developing feasible structuring options to carry out the proposed investment, mergers and acquisitions support, providing advice on various China tax issues associated with the cross-border transactions, identifying the major tax risks as well as potential tax planning opportunities.
 
She has served a wide spectrum of clients in various industries, including manufacturing, retail & consumer, TMT, automobile, transportation and logistics, etc.
 
Theresa has obtained PRC Bar qualification since 2008.
 
 
Rating - General 
Material presented will be basic and of interest to a general audience having no background in the area. 

CFA Societies Global Passport Program


CFA Society Hong Kong has participated in the CFA Societies Global Passport Program which allows CFA society members to enjoy local society member rate at selected events like this luncheon.  Members of non-CFA Society Hong Kong CFA Institute societies qualify to attend this event at CFA Society Hong Kong member rates.  Please contact CFA Society Hong Kong at info@cfahk.org to register. 
 
This webinar is a complimentary event for Society members.  A webinar fee HK$150 will apply to registrants who are CFA exam candidates and non-members.
  
CPT Attendance Letter
 
To qualify for CPT/CE hours, all participants (members and non-members) must attend the full webinar.  After the webinar, Society staff will verify participants’ check-in and check-out time from the registration system for the purpose of issuing CPT Attendance Letters.  No pro-rata credit hours will be awarded.


Other Details:

* CFA Societies Global Passport Program Eligible

- The event will be conducted in English.
- The webinar link and email confirmation will be sent to registrant upon successful online registration. 
- A webinar reminder will be sent out 1 day before the event. If you have not received the email confirmation and reminder, it is the delegate's responsibility to contact CFA Society Hong Kong to confirm their place.
- The webinar will be conducted on Zoom.
To qualify for CPT/CE hours, participants must attend the full webinar.
- Please log in the webinar link 10 mins in advance of the session start time to allow some time to solve the technical issues (if any) and the webinar will start promptly at 12:30 pm.
- For attendance-taking purpose, participants’ names and company names (if any) may be given to the speaker of this event.
- CFA Society Hong Kong will closely monitor and assess the ongoing situation of COVID-19 in the community.  Should there be any changes to the event dates and other arrangements, we will notify participants via SMS and/or email.  Notices will also be posted on Society’s website.  Please stay alert with our notifications.
- The event organizers reserve the right to change the format, date or speakers of the event due to unforeseen circumstances without prior notice.
 
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