Following are some of the key issues noted by Expat Advisors Community member, Patrick Huang, Argyle Lawyers at this Koehler Group webinar on the legal, tax and visa issues in Seconding Expatriates to China.
Employment regulatory issues for foreign employers
It is critical to understand the employment laws in China and ensure full compliance at every step of the secondment life cycle, otherwise significant penalties can apply (which can include arrest!) Continue reading Working in China – tips and traps
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Hijwel Migration Lawyers (HML) is a law firm specialising in Australian immigration law. The firm practices exclusively in the area of Australian immigration law and are trusted advisors. With over 15 years of practice in immigration law, working with international and local corporations and individuals, we have a wealth of knowledge and expertise to provide a level of service expected from a large corporate firm, but with a personal and attuned touch.
Continue reading Rola Hijwel, Principal Solicitor, Hijwel Migration Lawyers
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We provide a full range of assurance, business advisory, corporate finance, tax, private clients and wealth management solutions. And we deliver them with a strategic focus and commercial approach.
Our leaders provide all the services any business needs to be certain about its past performance and confident about its future. And with access to a unique Asian and international network, we can deliver these services seamlessly in Australia and across the world.
This research conducted by Withers Worldwide looks at changing dynamics of family wealth between generations and between continents from US, to Europe to Asia. For many family businesses looking to pass the baton to the next generation, some of the considerations include:
1. Whether to carry on the business or cash out and become a “financial family”
2. Whether to establish a new family owned enterprise
3. And/or to whether to leverage wealth for social good through philanthropy.
Across Asia longer lifespans and globalisation are seeing a clash between the generations on the question of ‘what next for the family business?’ Continue reading Wealth matters because of what you can do with it
For those working with SIV clients from migration, to banking, to wealth management, tax and legal, you can’t afford to miss this event.
Speakers at this half day workshop include representatives from Austrade, AVCAL and AusIndustry. We will hear about:
– Why the changes to the complying investment regime are being introduced and who was involved in the consultation process
– What is ESCVLP/VCLP and how do you apply for registration
– How the new capital will be managed and invested – open discussion.
Venue host is Mark Wright, Partner Global Immigration, Deloitte.
Date: Tuesday 2nd June, 2015
Time: 8:45 AM -12:00 PM
Venue: Deloitte, 225 George Street, Sydney
Cost: Members $418, Non-Members $616 (Including GST)
To book: http://www.avcal.com.au/events/category/forums
||Welcome by host member Deloitte
||Introductory remarks and background (AVCAL)
|09.15am – 09.30am
- What is the current SIV program? (Austrade)
- What are the changes expected in the revised program commencing in July 2015? (Austrade)
- Who has been involved in the consultation in the policy development (Austrade)
|09.30am – 09.45am
||How to apply for a ESVCLP/VCLP (Representative from Ausindustry): 15 mins with questions
|10.15am – 11.00am
- What are the benefits of investing in venture capital and private equity in Australia (AVCAL)
- How do venture capital and private equity markets work?
- How do we expect that new capital will be managed and invested? (interactive facilitated discussion)
|11.00am – 11.30am
||What are some of the top level issues from those already investing with SIVs and questions to the program speakers (Panel discussion with speakers and Q&A from audience)
For details and to book go the AVCAL website link here.