|Physical participation only. Please register in advance to reserve your seat.|
The economic recession and the new regulation of the global minimum corporate tax may cause many disturbances for businesses in 2024. It is not only the challenge for Vietnam in attracting FDI, but also for multinational companies in making decision of where to invest and how to operate. Therefore, understanding and forecasting the impact of the global minimum corporate tax will help businesses be more proactive in their strategy and operations.
In order to help businesses better understand this issue, AmCham in collaboration with RSM Vietnam cordially invites you to attend a seminar with the topic Navigating global minimum corporate tax for enterprises. Practical sharing from RSM Vietnam representative – Mr. Le Khanh Lam, Partner, Head of Tax & Consulting Services will bring a lot of useful information about the impact of the upcoming application of the global minimum tax in Vietnam.
|8:30 AM||Registration & Refreshment|
|9:00 AM||Welcome remarks|
|9:05 AM||Presentation from RSM Vietnam|
|10:00 AM||Panel discussion, followed by Q&A|
|11:00 AM||Event ends|
|AmCham Members: VND 650,000 | Non-members: VND 800,000|
|Reservations/cancellations must be received by 24 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.|
Senior Partner – Head of Tax and Consulting Services
Lam has nearly 30 years of experience working with multinational corporations and Vietnam clientele in all business sectors. He specializes in providing clients in inbound investment, M&A advisory, local tax advice, custom duty review and other compliance issues relating to inbound investment.
Prior joining to RSM Vietnam (for 18 years), Lam has been with one of the Big 4 in Vietnam, Malaysia and Australia for 11 years, advising many multinational companies on their investment structuring, entry strategies, foreign investment regulations, international and local tax planning and compliance in various industries and other sectors.
Lam is currently charge of RSM Vietnam’s tax and consulting practice providing local tax and customs compliance, outsourcing and advisory services to foreign investors entering into and operating Vietnam. He has also represented various companies and industries in their representations to local authorities in matters relating to foreign investment and taxation policies and interpretations.
Lam is lecturing in Accounting, Tax, Risk and Business Management and related subjects for ACCA (F6), CPA Australia, VTCA, VACPA and Bolton University.
Vo Hiep Van An
Partner, Tax Advisory Services
An is a Tax Partner of Deloitte Vietnam, based in Ho Chi Minh City. An has 16 years of intensive experience in business and tax consultancy where she has been advising a number of multinational companies with their investments in Vietnam. Her strength is in tax advisory, compliance, tax audits, and M&A due diligences and structuring for both multinational and Vietnam companies in many sectors, including trading, manufacturing, renewable energy, financial services, food and beverage, technology, e-commerce, and real estate.
An is also experienced in working with Vietnamese tax officers and other government agencies in Vietnam. Prior to practicing as a tax consultant, she has two years experience as an auditor.
An is a frequent speaker at seminars and training in relation tax and tax accounting for many corporations and business / professional associations in Vietnam (CFO Club, VCCI, etc.). She also delivered presentation on tax related topics at workshops held by management boards of various industrial zones located throughout South Vietnam.
|Thanh Vinh Nguyen
Baker McKenzie Ho Chi Minh City Office
Thanh Vinh Nguyen is a Partner in the Baker McKenzie Ho Chi Minh City office, where he leads the Tax and Customs practice group in Vietnam. Mr. Nguyen’s practice areas include tax and customs, trade and general commercial matters. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie’s Ho Chi Minh City office in 2004, Mr. Nguyen practiced tax advisory work for two international accounting firms for eight years and worked in the compliance function of an international insurance company. An expert in tax planning and law, Mr. Nguyen has assisted clients with advice and structuring work as well as contentious appeals with the tax authorities. Mr. Nguyen is an award-winning practitioner, recently recognized by the International Tax Review in the categories of: Indirect Tax Leader (2017) and Tax Controversy Leader (2017) as well as being ranked as a Leading Lawyer for Taxation in Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2017).
He has written a number of articles on Vietnamese tax issues and is co-author of the tax management portfolio Business Operations in Vietnam, published by Bloomberg BNA. Recently, Mr. Nguyen co-authored the Vietnam chapter of Inward Investment and International Taxation Review – 8th Edition.
Mr. Nguyen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Ho Chi Minh City and an LL.B from the University of Law of Ho Chi Minh City.