Hot Dealing Tax Issues in Auto Parts Enterprises

Event Date: 
21 March 2019
Event Time: 
13:00 to 17:00
Venue: 

Date: Mar 21st, 2019

Time: 13:00-17:00

Address: F-council co., LTD., building 3, building 3, engineering technology university, no. 350, xianxia road, changning district

Author: Mrs Tao & Mr Yu & Mrs Sun & Mr Li

Seminar Description:

  • Master the overall auto parts industry policy dynamics
  • Focus on hot tax issues in the auto parts industry
  • Customs audit example demonstration.

Target audience: Chinese and foreign-funded enterprises -- financial/tax managers, supervisors and other relevant personnel

CFO units: 4

Cost: Free

Schedule:

13:00-13:30     Sign-in

13:30      Host address

13:35       The meeting started

15:00-15:15     Tea break

16:30-17:00 Q & A

17:30      End of the activity

SPEAKERS:

Mrs Tao International Trade and Customs Director, KPMG China

Ms. Tao joined KPMG in 2003 and has worked in the International Trade and Customs Advisory Department. For 14 years, Ms. Tao has been involved in various trade and customs projects, including assisting clients in reviewing their current or past merchandise import procedures to ensure compliance with relevant customs regulations, establishing trade compliance manuals, and actively seeking trade and customs A solution that helps customers reduce costs. Ms. Tao has assisted many manufacturers, distributors and retailers of automotive, pharmaceutical and consumer brands in responding to customs challenges regarding customs valuation and categorization issues. She has also provided forensic audit services to a number of multinational corporations that have been subject to customs inspections and violations due to serious violations of customs regulations, assisting clients in communicating with customs on customs inspections.Ms. Tao's areas of expertise include coordination of transfer pricing and customs valuation, customs classification, origin, customs bonded area utilization, and processing trade.

Mr Yu  Trade and Customs AffairsSenior Manager, KPMG China

Prior to joining KPMG in September 2012, Mr. Qi worked at Shanghai Customs from September 1997 to August 2012, during which he served as the Section Chief of the Shanghai Customs Price Information Office and the Inspection Division. He has repeatedly represented Shanghai Customs in the drafting of customs valuation regulations presided over by the General Administration of Customs. He also represented Shanghai Customs in the United States, the European Union, Japan and other places for customs exchanges. He has accumulated extensive experience in customs valuation and customs inspection. Mr. Qi has extensively participated in the consulting services for the optimization of import and export processes of multinational corporations and the establishment of import and export manuals. At the same time, he has also assisted many multinational corporations in coordinating various types of inspection activities carried out by Customs, such as smuggling and false declaration of imported goods. Mr. Qi has assisted many multinational companies in China, producers, distributors and retailers to negotiate with customs on customs valuation issues.

Mrs Sun  Trade and Customs AffairsSenior Manager, KPMG China

He has more than 8 years of professional experience in KPMG and has extensive experience in tax and customs consulting for multinational companies. His clients cover a wide range of industries, including automotive and automotive parts, consumer goods, electronics, and chemicals. Familiar with the relevant laws and regulations of China Customs, the project has rich experience, leading the team to assist customers to review their current or past product import and export procedures to ensure their compliance, assist companies to establish trade compliance manuals, and actively seek trade and customs to help customers A cost reduction solution. Familiar with China Customs Enterprise Credit Management Regulation System and AEO Certification Standards, assisting many companies to successfully obtain advanced certification and general certification applications.In the aspect of processing trade, it helps multiple processing trade enterprises to write off account books, assist enterprises to cooperate with customs to carry out various types of inspections, and strive for the best solution for customers.

MR Li  Senior tax manager, KPMG China

Mr. Li provides a wide range of tax and business consulting services for a number of multinational and domestic companies, including organizational restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, tax planning for cross-border transactions, foreign exchange management and daily tax reporting. Mr. Li has extensive experience in research and development expenses plus deductions and tax incentives for high-tech enterprises/technical advanced service companies. Help a number of companies successfully apply for R&D expenses plus deductions, review high-tech enterprise qualifications and apply for technically advanced service enterprise qualifications.

To Register: please contact Joe on email: joe.zhang@aia.edu.cn Tel: 0086 021 64270602