Past Event: Monday, February 19, 2024

The Singapore Budget 2024 will be announced by Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong on Friday, 16 February 2024.

Join our seminar to gain a comprehensive understanding of the budget's implications on your business. Our expert speakers will provide strategic insights and actionable advice to navigate the fiscal landscape. 

This seminar will cover:

  • Which budget proposals you should take note of
  • Implications to your business
  • How to tap on opportunities, manage risks, and plan ahead
  • Singapore's economy, dollar and interest rate
  • Global minimum corporate tax

Breakfast will be provided.

For CPE hours, those who attend the full duration of the seminar will be issued a certificate of attendance on request.

Due to limited seating, each organisation may register a maximum of 2 guests.

Grant Thornton's clients or affiliates are eligible for complimentary tickets. Please reach out to your contact or email for a promo code.

If you have any questions or encounter any difficulties while registering, please contact

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David Sandison
Partner - Head of Tax

David has over 30 years of international tax experience having practiced in the United Kingdom, Australia and Singapore. He has an impressively extensive range of clients across a vast number of industries.

Eng Min Lor
Partner - Corporate Tax

Eng Min is a Corporate and Business Tax Partner at Grant Thornton Singapore who provides domestic and international corporate advice to a broad range of multinational clients from a whole host of industries. She 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.

Paul Cornelius
Partner - Tax & Legal, Grant Thornton Thailand
Paul Cornelius

Paul is an experienced tax professional who advises clients on the OECD's proposal for the global minimum corporate tax (also known as pillar 2 of BEPS 2.0). He had previously worked with a Big 4 firm for 19 years.

Heng Koon How
Executive Director, Head of Markets Strategy, Global Economics and Markets Research, UOB
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Koon How has more than 25 years of financial markets experience across the key asset classes. At UOB, he formulates forecasts and market views for foreign exchange (FX), commodities and interest rates.