Conference theme: Resilience and Responsibility: Hong Kong’s Tax Strategies for a Better World

About the Conference

Hong Kong’s financial landscape, traditionally reliant on a low and simple tax regime, now confronts complexities exacerbated by the current economic conditions and global tax reforms. While substantial uncertainty persists in the global economic landscape, Hong Kong, recognised as a small and open economy, unavoidably experiences the sway of external elements that significantly impact the competitiveness of Hong Kong’s business environment. Base Erosion and Profit Shifting 2.0 (BEPS 2.0) introduced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) poses a significant shift in the taxation paradigm, specifically addressing the risks arising from digitalisation of economy and tax impacts on multinational enterprise groups. As the territorial source principle of taxation is crucial to safeguarding the competitiveness of Hong Kong’s tax system, the government may have to reconsider its fiscal and tax policies to navigate the evolving global landscape while ensuring a sustainable revenue base for the city's operations and infrastructure development.


Join this on-demand event if you have missed our live conference on 23 March 2024. The conference will kick off with an update from the government official on the most recent fiscal policies. This will be followed by an overview of the latest tax updates and two panel discussion sessions with insights into the pressing tax implications and challenges confronting businesses in Hong Kong and how Hong Kong companies can overcome these challenges.    

Language: Cantonese

Important notes:

  1. This on-demand conference is broadcasted via ON24 and available until 31 December 2024.
  2. Each enrolee will receive an email confirmation including the conference access links and passwords after successful registration.
  3. Enrolee’s own attendance record can be downloaded in the webcast platform after attending the conference.