International trade compliance professionals need to stay up to date on the changing regulations within Asia.
With recent changes in the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA), the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) programs, companies need to be aware of how these changes can affect their supply chain operations.
Watch this event, the Trade Compliance & Customs Asia Forum 2016, and learn from top experts in this area.
Derek Lee, Partner, Worldtrade Management Services, PwC
TOPIC: CUSTOMS VALUATION IMPLICATIONS OF UPCOMING CHINA BEPS
Derek Lee specializes in customs & trade compliance, efficiency, and audit/investigation dispute resolution. He has conducted training sessions with China South Customs Officials on transfer pricing and customs valuation for related party transactions. He has also led government projects in the customs and trade. Derek is an alumnus of Cass Business School and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
PwC focuses on audit and assurance, tax and consulting services across a network of firms in 157 countries, 756 locations, with more than 208,100 staff.
Frank Pan, Trade & Customs Attorney, Baker & McKenzie
TOPIC: MANAGING RISKS IN CROSS-BORDER RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS
At Baker & McKenzie Frank Pan advises multinationals on trade law compliance, transfer pricing, indirect tax optimization and other PRC regulatory, tax and customs issues relating to restructuring and implementing their regional supply chain strategies. He was previously Corporate Counsel, Asia Pacific, for Ingersoll Rand. Frank has an LL.M. degree from both Georgetown Law School and Fudan University, and a B.S. from Shanghai International Studies University.
Baker & McKenzie is a multinational law firm headquartered in Chicago with 11,500 employees worldwide, including 4,365 lawyers in 77 offices across 47 countries.
Ryan Tang, Executive Director, China, Amber Road
TOPIC: INSIGHTS INTO INTERNAL AUDIT
Ryan Tang has over 15 years experience advising multinational companies incorporate China general and processing trade compliance requirements into supply chain management. At Amber Road, he is responsible for customer solutions.
Amber Road is a world leader in cloud-based global trade management software.
Rachel Tao, Director, Tax & Customs, KPMG
TOPIC: SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY & MANAGING THE RISK
At KPMG Rachel Tao offers trade compliance consulting services to multinational companies in the consumer markets, automotive, pharmaceutical, and industrial products markets. She has a Masters from SKEMA Business School and a Bachelors from Fudan University.
KPMG is global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services, with more than 174,000 staff worldwide.
Manfred Mong, General Manager, China, Integration Point
TOPIC: IMPLEMENTING A GLOBAL TRADE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN ASIA
Manfred Mong oversees the Greater China and South Korean operations for Integration Point. He came to the company with over 25 years of experience in the I.T., manufacturing, retail, and logistics sectors.
Integration Point provides global trade management and compliance solutions to assist companies in managing the import and export of goods.
William Marshall, Partner, Asia Pacific Leader, Deloitte
TOPIC: MANAGING CUSTOMS AUDITS AND INVESTIGATIONS IN CHINA
William Marshall advises clients on customs proceedings and investigation, valuation and transfer pricing, supply chain structuring, indirect tax planning and compliance, as well as product regulatory and labeling laws affecting the international sale of goods. He was a Partner at Baker & McKenzie and Senior Director & Legal Counsel at Abercrombie & Fitch in the past. William has a JD from Rutgers University School of Law and a Bachelors from Ohio State University.
Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services, with more than 225,400 professionals globally.
Max Henry is Founder & Executive Director of the Global Suppy Chain Council and hosted this event.