China

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  • Service: Tax
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 2/27/2014

New Companies Ordinance [FULL] 

Date:

27 February 2014 (Thursday)

 

Time:

13:30 ~ 14:00
Registration

 

14:00 ~ 14:45
Overview of major changes introduced by the new Companies Ordinance from corporate secretarial perspective and sharing of common concerns in relation thereto

 

14:45 ~ 15:45
New Companies Ordinance – Possible tax consideration

 

15:45 ~ 16:15
Tea Break

 

16:15 ~ 17:15
Common issues identified in legal due diligence on Hong Kong private limited companies and Part XI branch offices, including common issues found in review of statutory books, commercial contracts and employment contracts and the consequences and rectification of those issues.

 

A brief overview of the recent cases on non-compliance with the Companies Ordinance.

 

17:15 ~ 17:30
Q&A

 

Location:

KPMG office, 23rd Floor, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 

Language:

 English

 

Fee:

Free

 

Proposed coverage: The new Companies Ordinance represents a comprehensive reform of the companies legislation which was last substantially reviewed and amended in 1984.  It aims to achieve four main objectives, namely, to enhance corporate governance, ensure better regulations, facilitate business and modernise the law.

 

The purpose of this seminar is to provide an overview of the new Companies Ordinance from corporate secretarial and tax perspective.  Our speaker in the legal profession will share the common issues identified when conductng legal due diligence and highlight the legal consequences of not complying with the Companies Ordinance.

 

Please join us at this event, where senior representatives from KPMG and KCS together with our guest speakers from Kennedys will share with you their knowledge and experience in the areas concerned.