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Wed 19 April 2017 17:00

Event overview
On December 8, 2016, the Japan ruling party coalition published the 2017 Tax Reform Proposal, with the stated purpose to support the healthy expansion of Japanese companies into growing global markets while limiting tax avoidance (among some other policy goals). The proposed legislative package includes corporate tax measures that aim to support investments and to reward companies for raising employee salaries, alongside amendments consistent with the recent OECD recommendations to counteract “Base Erosion and Profit Shifting” by multinational enterprises. In addition, the announced amendments in the area of inheritance and gift taxes may have profound impact for both Japanese nationals and foreign nationals residing in Japan, even after they leave Japan.

Experts from PwC will give NCCJ members their insight on how these changes may have an impact on their company’s business as well as on the taxation of individuals in relation to income, inheritances and gifts. In this seminar, PwC will also focus on the details of new reporting rules in the field of transfer pricing – in short, transfer pricing refers to the price-setting of transactions between group companies – to help determine how these rules may impact subsidiaries of foreign multinationals operating in Japan. PwC will provide an overview of the rules as well as strategies and approaches to help comply with the new rules. In addition, they will provide a general update on transfer pricing in Japan such as the current tax audit and ruling environments, and other trade matters that may be of relevance.

After the seminar, please feel free to enjoy some snacks and refreshments, while strengthening your personal network with the other NCCJ members, or posing your questions to our speakers directly.

Our Speakers
Mr. Marcus Wong, Partner (Global Mobility Services)
Mr. Howard Osawa, Director (Transfer Pricing)
Mr. Jorg van Leeuwen, Manager (Corporate Tax Services – Dutch Desk)

General information
Program:
16:30 Doors open
17:00 Seminar starts
18:30 Snacks, drinks & networking

Venue: PwC Tax Japan Office
Address: Kasumigaseki Bldg. 14F, 3-2-5 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6015
Access: Please find access details on http://www.pwc.com/jp/en/tax/about-us/map-tokyo.html
Price: Member 2,000 yen (price includes drinks and snacks).
Payment can be made on the day (receipt provided). Bank transfer is also available on request.

Registration
NCCJ member can register online via www.nccj.jp
Member of other European chambers of commerce can register by sending an email to nccj@ncc.jp
Registration Deadline: April 12, 17:00hrs
Cancellations must be submitted by email before April 12. Please note that cancellations after April 12 or no-shows will be charged in full and payments are non-refundable, unless the organizer cancels the event. Confirmation will be sent to all participants prior to the event day by email.

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