Webinar: Tech industry – business models and tax implications

15 July 2020

Date:

Wednesday 15 July 2020 - 10.00am 

Webinar overview

Technology is one of the fastest-growing industries across geographies and is one industry that is truly global.  Corporates largely span operations across geographies to make their products and solutions available to customers located in different corners of the world. Considering the global nature, the industry also faces several complex tax and regulatory issues. 

The objective of this webinar is to discuss iterative business models within the industry and explore typical tax issues that could emanate from these operating models that tax heads / financial controllers should be aware of.

Speakers
Munjal Amoula Munjal heads up the firm’s transfer pricing service line. He advises a portfolio of Multinational Companies, both big and small, from virtually all industry sectors, on every aspect of transfer pricing that might affect them. This goes from assisting in the initial design of business models, through the setting of pricing policies, preparation of defence documentation, dispute and litigation assistance, to negotiating Advance Pricing Agreements and Mutual Agreement Procedures. He has particular experience though, advising clients in the Telecoms, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Industrial products, Chemicals, Media & Entertainment, and Technology sectors.
Eng Min Lor Eng Min heads up the Corporate Tax Compliance service line of the practice. She also provides domestic and international corporate advice to a broad range of multinational clients from a whole host of industries. She brings with her more than 20 years of expertise in Singapore and international tax planning, and has been actively involved in many projects involving investments into, through and from Singapore to help clients manage their businesses in a tax efficient and holistic manner.
Adrian Sham Adrian heads up the employer solutions and private client service lines of the practice. Adrian has over 14 years’ experience in tax, starting his career in London with Grant Thornton UK LLP as a Global Mobility Tax and a US private client tax advisor. He then moved to Singapore in August 2015 to “walk the talk” and sample life as an expatriate, an experience he brings to bear when advising employers, their employees and his private clients.
Jeremy O’Neill Jeremy heads up the indirect Tax service line of the practice. Jeremy was a part of Grant Thornton’s implementation team during the introduction of Value-Added Tax in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) in 2017/2018 and during the course of his career with Grant Thornton has lived in and advised clients on indirect tax matters in UK, UAE and now Singapore.

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