• Service: Tax, Mergers & Acquisitions, Advisory, Transactions & Restructuring, Forensic
  • Industry: Private Equity
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 8/8/2011

Tax Structuring Investments Into China and Integrity Management - Impact on Deal Price 

Date: Monday, 8 August 2011


Time: 12:15 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Registration)
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Presentation)
Sandwich lunch will be provided


Venue: KPMG
Room 1-3, 8/F, Prince's Building
10 Chater Road, Central
Hong Kong


Nigel Hobler
KPMG China
Kyran Mccarthy
Director,Forensic Accounting
KPMG China


  Christopher Xing
KPMG China


Language: English


Fee: There is no fee for attending though early registration is recommended.

With the heightened focus by overseas regulators on PRC entities who are accessing overseas capital markets, investors into China are examining how Chinese groups have been structuring their commercial arrangements and holding structures, particularly where tax benefits appear overly favourable. In addition to any tax penalties that may arise from aggressive structures, punitive actions may arise as a result of bribery and corruption enforcement actions around the world. As a result, bribery and corruption due diligence has become an essential component of M&A due diligence scope and a key consideration to deal pricing.


Being cognisant of the transactions and contractual relationships between onshore and offshore entities will enable investors to assess tax and integrity risks and how to structure around these.