Digital tokens, such as cryptocurrencies and NFTs, have established themselves as a new asset class in less than a decade. The world has never seen their likes before. Significant questions therefore arise as to how they should be accounted for and taxed.
In this webinar, a panel of Grant Thornton tax Partners from Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and India will discuss the impact digital tokens are having on tax (and vice versa) in their jurisdictions, and try to help decode some of the fundamental tax and accounting issues for players operating in this new universe.
Key focus areas will include
- What is the current state of undress amongst tax authorities?
- Where could the taxation of digital tokens be heading?
- Issues facing digital nomads
Chetan has more than 16 years of experience in servicing large national and multinational clients in the areas of Assurance, Indian GAAP, US GAAP and IFRS technical accounting advisory, specialising in financial instruments, leases, consolidation and revenue recognition.
Tim has over 15 years experience providing specialist taxation services, with a focus on corporate and international tax.
William has over 20 years of experience in providing international tax services, in China, Hong Kong, specialising in cross-border tax advisory work.
Richa has over 25 years of experience in tax and regulatory matters. She is actively involved in monitoring, analysing key tax policy developments and making representations to the concerned authorities in India.