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Korea: corporate tax to rise for the first time since 1990, Singapore: MAS establishes e payments council, China: Ministry of Finance clarifies SOE investment regulation, Vietnam orders banks to reduce interest rates
Multinational corporations based in Singapore are now officially bound by Beps, but careful planning will eliminate many a pitfall, advises one tax expert.
Pacific Andes, once the world's biggest fish filleter, suspected by New York bankruptcy trustee of using cash raised to buy fish to fund $800 million takeover. The group denies the claim.
Apparently not, it seems. Few Singaporean corporates are ready to adopt the new revenue recognition standard, according to a survey.
Singapore’s tax authority rolls out new rules on transfer pricing reporting. Multinationals will have to invest in people and resources to ensure they are compliant.
The latest regulatory news, including updates from China, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia and Pakistan.
Days left to respond to RBI's MNC FX derivatives plans; China to take hold of shadow banking OTC market: IFRS mulls financial statement changes... and more.
Lowering international payment costs in line with the huge flows from e-commerce is vital, says Westpac. Being AML and KYC compliant equally so.
The 1MDB scandal that has engulfed Malaysia could tar the reputation of any company or CFO that comes into contact with it.
The exorbitant cost of living and rent in Hong Kong are a bane for corporates and employees, says Gordon French, APAC head of global banking and markets for HSBC.