Tag: china

Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information (AEOI): Hong Kong — An overview

This post is part of Horizons' ongoing sharing of important information related to the implementation of a new global Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters, more commonly referred to as Automatic Exchange of Information or AEOI. On 20 June 2016, Hong Kong promulgated the Inland Revenue (Amendment) No.3 Ordinance on Automatic Exchange of Financial Account…

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Piercing the ‘Corporate Veil’ — China

In its Spring newsletter, CONSULEGIS International Litigation & Arbitration Specialist Group presented an abbreviated overview of 23 jurisdictions’ legal views on the topic of when courts may disregard a corporate entity to make owners of the entity personally liable for the debts of the entity—what is commonly thought of as “piercing the corporate veil”.  Among the contributors…

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Gaining insight into the China market

Earlier this year Horizons held its first professional seminar in Milan, Italy, welcoming 100-plus attendees looking to get a leg up on doing business in China’s 'new' market. The event was designed to provide a dose of ‘in-the-know’ information about doing business in China. The event took place at Milan’s Palazzo del Lavoro and was co-organized…

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