Evening Seminar “Tax and Me” – What does new Tax Information Exchange Agreements mean to me, when I am tax domiciled in Hong Kong?

I live and/or work in Hong Kong. What does it mean to me that Hong Kong and the Nordic Countries currently have no double-taxation agreements in place? And what do the new international agreements on exchange of information mean to me?

Hong Kong is in the process of changing its tax collaboration with all its major trading partners, which also includes the Nordic Countries. Understanding national tax rules and their cross-border effects is becoming increasingly important. Join this event to be updated on key developments, and get information on wealth planning of relevance to me as a tax-resident of Hong Kong.


Mr. Kim Osborg Nielsen
Nordea Bank, Singapore

Mr. Nielsen is a senior private banker at Nordea in Singapore, who has been advising on cross border wealth planning for the last 10 years. Educated from the Swiss Finance Institute, and a frequent visitor to Hong Kong.

Information about the event

When:Thursday, 17 October 2013 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Where:“Ward Room", Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

Free of charge
(This event is organised by Danish Chamber)

Interested in participating:

Please confirm your attendance by email to info@ncchk.org.hk or fax to +852 3003 6506 no later than Friday, 11 October 2013.


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