"I didn't know" is not an excuse if your business is tangled in Missing Trader Fraud. Join our webinar and learn how to protect yourself.

Time: Wednesday, 9 June 2021 10:30 AM Singapore Time

Following the enactment of legislation on 1 January 2021 to tackle Missing Trader Fraud (MTF), the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) published its e-Tax Guide “GST: Guide on Due Diligence Checks to Avoid Being Involved in Missing Trader Fraud” in early February.

The e-Tax guide introduces the Knowledge Principle whereby all businesses must do their part to protect against the risk of losing its input tax claims.

During this webinar our experts will help you understand what you need to know about the Knowledge Principle and what the IRAS expects of you in order to protect your input tax claims.


  • What missing trader fraud is
  • What is covered in the IRAS e-tax guide
  • How you can protect yourself

Watch the webinar recording and get the slides here

Koh Soo How Soo How is the Executive Director of Koh SH & Associates Pte Ltd. He is an Accredited Tax Advisor and an active member of the GST Committee of the Singapore Chartered Tax Professionals (SCTP) that engages the IRAS on policy and technical matters on behalf of the members. He is also passionate about teaching and currently teaches GST at the Tax Academy of Singapore and the Singapore University of Social Studies (SUSS).
Jeremy O’Neill Jeremy heads up the Goods and Services tax (GST) service line in Grant Thornton Singapore. He specialises in indirect tax matters and also has experience in UK and UAE. Jeremy is known for providing advice that is both technically sound and commercially viable to a portfolio of Multi-national Companies and Small Medium Enterprises across a spectrum of industries.

  • Location: Zoom
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