Business Advisory Workshop – Greater Bay Area Preferential Tax Policies
Ground Level, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Putonghua & Cantonese (No simultaneous interpretation service provided)
The tax incentives available to Hong Kong businesses keen on exploring the emerging opportunities throughout the Greater Bay Area (GBA) have piqued the interest of many. In order to separate the myth from the reality and to outline just how Hong Kong companies can ensure they fully exploit the benefits available to support their GBA-based projects, representatives of both the Department of Commerce of Guangdong Province and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will be leading an in-depth workshop dedicated to the preferential tax regime put in place to boost the appeal of this bold, new business environment.
Topic: The Greater Bay Area: Development Plan Update
Moderator: Mr. Wing WC Chu
Business Advisory Manager, Research Department, HKTDC
Mr. Chu heads up the HKTDC Research Department’s Business Advisory Unit. The Unit, supported by business advisors seconded to the HKTDC from government departments of mainland China, partners with a number of institutions in Hong Kong and on the mainland to provide information services to the public on trade-related issues via different formats, such as seminars and practical workshops. It also works with a number of external parties to undertake joint research programmes and provide research intelligence for public reference, including the latest information on the Belt and Road Initiative and the mainland’s business laws and regulations.
Topic: The Greater Bay Area’s Preferential Tax Policies: The Opportunities for Hong Kong
Speaker: Mr. Deng Kai Kai
China Business Advisor, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (seconded by Department of Commerce of Guangdong Province)
Mr. Deng Kai Kai, a China Business Advisor seconded by the Department of Commerce of Guangdong Province to HKTDC, is responsible for providing business advisory services to Hong Kong companies. Before his posting to Hong Kong, Mr. Deng oversaw policy and law advisory duties as well as administrative and legal dispute settlement services at the Department of Commerce of Guangdong Province.