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There’s no question: China offers tremendous business opportunities. At the same time, unfamiliar tax and regulatory regimes and business customs, as well as language and cultural differences, can make business and investment transactions between Canada and China both complex and challenging.
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KPMG’s China Business practice in Canada is focused on helping Chinese companies invest, access capital, or go public in Canada, and support Canadian companies entering, as well as sourcing or investing in, China.

 

Our involvement with several Canada-China cultural associations, including our strong relationship with the Canada-China Business Council, enhances our understanding of the market and the challenges related to entering and doing business in the country, and helps provide value to you.

Insights & Publications

Internet Banking Updates – The New Electronic Banking and Cybersecurity Requirements
This thought leadership summarises the new ebanking requirements and also discusses the industry best practices for provisioning secure eBanking platforms.

HKMA Cybersecurity Risk Management Circular 2015
In this article, we highlight the focus area of the new requirements as well as some of the important next steps boards and senior management should take to strengthen cybersecurity controls to safeguard critical assets.

China: Country VAT / Business Tax Essentials Guide 2015
In this article, we highlight the focus area of the new requirements as well as some of the important next steps boards and senior management should take to strengthen cybersecurity controls to safeguard critical assets.

VAT reforms in China – What it means for multinational companies
During 2012 and 2013, the Chinese Government is embarking upon one of the most ambitious tax reform programs in recent history. This is the first step in an overall plan to replace BT with VAT across the whole services sector in mainland China.

From private to public
This publication presents an overview of matters to be considered by companies that are thinking of going public and how can KPMG help these companies throughout the listing process.

The New 3rd Board: a boon to the Chinese OTC market
In this issue of “Our view” we delve into some of the issues regarding how Shanghai’s emerging ‘New 3rd Board’ has been affecting M&A.

Cyber Security and the Impact on Banks in China: Regulatory Policy Development and Updates
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) issued two circulars (Circulars No. 39 and No. 317) in 2014 regarding the use of ‘secure and controllable IT’, which require banks to strengthen their stance on cyber security. 

2015 Asia Pacific Indirect Tax Country Guide
KPMG’s 2015 Asia Pacific Indirect Tax Country Guide is a summary of the indirect tax regimes of 21 countries in the Asia Pacific region.

China Outlook 2015
This publication provides analysis and commentary on China’s economy and investments in 2014, as well as our outlook for 2015.

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