Cambodia Tax and Customs Summit – Current challenges and a look to the future
The rapid developments in the customs and taxation regimes in Cambodia can be confusing for investors and business operators. The experts at VDB Loi, in partnership with ACCA and the General Department of Customs and Excise, are offering a full-day seminar to help clear up this confusion, detailing major recent changes and outlining what they believe will be the most significant developments to come.
Expert and author Mr. Chea Samnang from the Customs Department will address issues related to the establishment of the ASEAN economic community. VDB Loi’s tax and legal advisors will discuss the recent flood of taxation legislation, and what those changes will mean to your business and investments.
- Preferential tariffs
- Update on customs and excise regulations and procedures
- Common pitfalls to avoid in tax audits
- Changes in protest and tax audit procedures
- New tax legislation
- Changing compliance obligations
- Effect on day-to-day operations
- What does the future hold?
The seminar will be held from 9:00am – 5:00pm on 6 April 2016. The registration fee is US$60 per person, and lunch and snacks will be provided. To register for this summit, contact Ms. Kathryn Ortega at [email protected] or on 023 964 430 to 435.
Laysym is an experienced tax advisor with a degree in management. He has over 11 years of work experience, including with KPMG and DFDL in Cambodia, where he was responsible for relations with the tax authorities. He has advised on tax planning for large property projects, on employee benefits, and has conducted tax due diligence on several major acquisitions in Cambodia. He has worked with a wide variety of clients, focusing particularly on the real estate and transportation industries.
Laysym heads VDB Loi’s Controversy Team, our successful group of senior tax advisors 100% dedicated to tax audits and disputes. He has a long and proven track record of successful defense of multinationals, banks and property developers.
April 6, 2016
9:00am - 5:00pm