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Seminar: Updates on The New IIT Law & Implications for Seconded Foreign Employees


On 8th May, Dezan Shira & Associates in collaboration with Benelux Chamber of Commerce Chapter Shanghai, Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce in China and Buren law firm will co-host a breakfast seminar about Updates on The New IIT Law & Implications for Seconded Foreign Employees at Shanghai.

Since the 1st January 2019, China's new IIT has brought significant changes to China's individual income tax regime, of which the implementation is becoming clearer after several clarifications are given by tax authorities.

As the on-going reform, it is also important for Foreign Invested Companies in China to understand when seconded foreign employees (sent to China by their HQ) are becoming subject to China's new IIT law.

By the end of the seminar, you will be able to learn:

  • Which IIT Law changes are essential for foreign workers in China?
  • What are the implications of dispatching foreign employees to China?
  • Can foreign employees establish a permanent establishment of the HQ?



8:00 AM - 8:30 AM    Registration & Breakfast
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Presentation by Paul Dwyer from Dezan Shira & Associates
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Presentation by Jan Holthuis from Buren
9:30 AM - 10:00AM   Q&A
10:00AM                    Finish


Price Rate:

Member Ticket: RMB 250 per person
Non-member Ticket: RMB 350 per person

*Please note that member ticket is only for BenCham or Finnish Chamber members.




If any question, please contact: Phoebe Chen


Benelux Chamber of Commerce Shanghai

The Benelux Chamber of Commerce is a Benelux non-profit organisation representing the interests of Benelux companies in China. BenCham strives to strengthen business, government and community ties between Benelux organisations and individuals in China. The Benelux Chamber of Commerce’s main objective is to facilitate networking between its members, the Benelux Embassies and Chinese interest groups. They oversee a network of Benelux companies and professionals, helping them exchange views and experiences regarding doing business in China.

Okura Garden Hotel Shanghai, China | 8th May, 2019 | 8 AM - 10 AM CST
Okura Garden Hotel Shanghai


  • Paul Dwyer , Alumna

    Country of Origin: Australia
    Title: Director, Head of International Tax and Transfer Pricing, Asia Pacific
    Office: Shanghai Office

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