Exclusive roundtable invitation – U.S. Tax and Transfer Pricing Developments: Steps MNCs Should Take

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (Singapore time) | Tuesday, 11 June 2024
WTS Taxise, 61 Robinson Road #17-01A Singapore 068893

With stepped up U.S.-China tensions, the U.S.-ASEAN relationship has increased in importance. There are over 6,200 U.S. companies with business operations in ASEAN, employing nearly 1 million people in ASEAN and 625,000 in the U.S.. Additionally, all 50 U.S. states export goods and services to ASEAN.
Within ASEAN, Singapore is the U.S.’s largest trading partner, with a long-standing FTA and is a preferred Asia HQ location for U.S. companies. Likewise, the U.S. is an important market for many Asian businesses.

Given the significance of the U.S. to businesses in Asia, it is important to understand U.S. tax policies and developments – both for U.S. headquartered companies in Asia as well as Singapore or Asian headquartered companies doing business in the U.S.

Taxise Asia (WTS Taxise) is pleased to host Richard Slowinski, an experienced Tax Lawyer with Alston & Bird to discuss the key U.S. tax and transfer pricing policies and their impact on MNE companies in ASEAN with U.S. interests on 11 June 2024 (3 pm – 5 pm). Alston & Bird’s International Tax practice began in the 1970s and has been involved in securing some of the most important inter-governmental tax agreements involving Asia jurisdictions.

Don’t miss this important opportunity to hear from Richard and to discuss U.S. tax and transfer pricing policies in a business roundtable format, subject to Chatham House Rules.

As slots are limited, please email info@taxiseasia.com to indicate your interest to attend.

Eugene Lim
Founding Principal, WTS Taxise
Christine Schwarzl
Associate Principal
WTS Taxise, Singapore

Richard Slowinski
Alston & Bird, USA