Managing Business Immigration Risk in Vietnam

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Date(s) - 18/09/2013
8:30 am - 11:30 am

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Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon

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Event Description

How the New Labor Code which comes into force on 1 May 2013 effects the business immigration practice in Vietnam? Is your company ready for a sudden interdisciplinary audit from the authorities? Do you have a policy and process in place to identify and assess the business immigration needs of your international assignees, locally-hired foreign employees or business travellers who coming to Vietnam? How you leverage the related requirements on business immigration and Personal Income Tax (PIT) for your foreign employees? Does your current immigration program allow you to prevent the unexpected impacts to your HR issues and business in Vietnam?

With the effort of assisting you to navigate any corporate HR matters that may arise in this context, EY GlobalImmigration professional would like to share with you the relevant regulations and practices on managing business immigration risk in Vietnam.

Who should attend?

HR managers or above, directors, in-house counselors or any professional who has an oversight role for labor in your organization.

Agenda

8:30 am Breakfast Refreshment
9:00 am Welcome and introduction
Presentation “Pitfalls and projections of frontier markets” (Lee Claisse)
Presentation “Short-term assignees/ Business travellers – Assessing immigration and tax risks in Vietnam (Anh Lan Mai and Anh Kim Ngo)
10:10 am Panel discussion / Q&A (Lee Claisse, Anh Lan Mai, Anh Kim Ngo)
11:00 am Networking event
11:30 am Event ends

Cost

Members: 450,000 VND | Non-members: 550,000 VND

Speakers

Lee ClaisseLee Claisse
Associate Director (Asean Lead), Human Capital – Global Immigration

Lee has over a decade of experience assisting MNCs manage business immigration requirements including work and residence permit applications, consular visa and document conditioning processes and in completing corporate immigration obligations. Prior to joining E&Y, he was the head of European operations for a global immigration consultancy responsible for the management of six European businesses processing around 2,500 work permit each year.


Anh Lan MaiAnh Lan Mai
Manager | Global Immigration – Human Capital

Anh is a results-driven professional with 15+ year experience working for MNCs operating in Vietnam. Through her 7 years working in Business Immigration Services, she has extensive experience with the multitude of issues and is able to facilitate smooth and effective consulting services to EY’s clients, including local compliance services as well as processing the required documents abroad, leveraging off our global networks


Anh Thi Kim NgoAnh Thi Kim Ngo
Manager, Tax & Advisory Services

Anh’s focus is expatriate tax services for Vietnam, which covers personal income tax compliance, employment benefits advisory, employment share schemes advisory, tax planning, the application of a treaty for the avoidance of double taxation, tax health check, tax appeals and other related issues.  With more than 7 years working in personal income tax, Anh has extensive experience in dealing with various issues and is able to facilitate effective consultation for her clients. Her experience covers a wide range of industries including oil & gas, retail and consumer products, pharmaceuticals, banking, construction, airlines, insurance, etc.,.  Anh has developed strong relationships with the various tax authorities and they in turn seek for her input into complex tax matters, on occasion.

 

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