Julie Laulusa, Managing Partner of Mazars in China was recently interviewed by Europa Star Magazine and shed some light on the far-reaching consequences of China’s anti-corruption and anti-extravagance campaign.
Europa Star - March 2017
Anthony Tam published "Why Hong Kong's tax system needs to be updated" in the March 2016 issue of A+ magazine
The Chairman of the Institute's Taxation Faculty Executive Committee as well as the managing Director of Mazars Tax Services Limited says there's a need for a more coherent tax regime in the city amid fierce competition from other countreis.
Source: Les Echos – 14 December 2015 (leading French economic newspaper)
Acquiring a foreign language as a CPA in Hong Kong is as necessary as it is challenging. Some Institute members take their linguistic abilities a step further, immersing themselves into a study of different cultures both professionally and leisurely.
Professional services are feeling the pinch of the knowledge economy. Search engines are replacing specialised researchers and the global village now means that cheaper offshore specialists can replace local experts. What do we do next?
Milan, Barcelona and Madrid have changed significantly since the financial crisis, and business opportunities are there for the picking, writes Deanna Kwok
"China’s State Administration of Taxation has spent the past year deciding how best to crack down on multinational companies that disguise base erosion and profit shifting as transfer pricing. George W. Russell reports on its efforts so far and how Beijing’s policies might differ from those pursued by OECD member states"
"To be a great father and a successful accountant requires both practice and patience. Tigger Chaturabul talks to Institute members about how they balance the demanding responsibilities of both roles"
Mazars India Tax Director Akram Khan and Senior Manager Abhijit Kulkarni contribute "Doing Business in India" in the latest issue of "The Bulletin", Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce's monthly magazine.