Vietnam recently announced new rules designed to tax the digital economy and apply from 1 July 2020. These new rules include registration requirements for non-resident e-commerce businesses and withholding tax arrangements for financial institutions. These rules are globally unique and will have far reaching implications.
But how with these rules work in practice, and how will Vietnam’s financial institutions deal with these new rules?
Dean Rolfe a tax partner with KPMG Vietnam will share some observations on this matter including discussion on how these rules are likely to work in practice and some of the challenges that will be created through the implementation and adoption of these new requirements.
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Tax Partner, Corporate Service, Digital and e-commerce
Dean has over 30 years of experience as an international tax advisor, accumulated from working in multiple jurisdictions including Australia, the U.S., Luxembourg, Middle East, Russia and Vietnam and has advised on a broad range of taxation matters relating to corporation income taxation. During this time, he has developed extensive practical knowledge of many different taxation systems. Dean has a particular interest in the taxation of e-commerce and intellectual property and has considerable experience advising governments, policy makers and taxpayers alike on the taxation of e-commerce activities.