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Dispute Resolution How to avoid; How to settle. 9-10 May 2012. Chair: Mukesh Butani – Taxand India Panellists: Michael Palumbo, Asia Head of Tax – Baker Hughes Leon Kwong Wing – Taxand Singapore. Contents. Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Dispute ResolutionHow to avoid; How to settle9-10 May 2012Chair: Mukesh Butani Taxand IndiaPanellists: Michael Palumbo, Asia Head of Tax Baker Hughes Leon Kwong Wing Taxand Singapore

  • Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working?How to prepare if you are caught in a disputeWhen a settlement is the best optionTactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likelyLessons from key cases: Hong Kong cases of Li & Fung; CG Lighting and Nice Cheer Investment Limited; Singapores First Section 33 CaseKey ContactsAbout TaxandContents

  • Appeals mechanisms; Are they working?*1Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working?

  • How to prepare if you are caught in a dispute*2How to prepare if you are caught in a dispute

  • When a settlement is the best option*3When a settlement is the best option

  • Tactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likely*4Tactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likely

  • Hong Kong cases of Li & FungCG Lighting and Nice Cheer Investment LimitedSingapores First Section 33 Case...Lessons from key cases*5Lessons from key cases

  • Key Contacts Key Contacts*6

  • Global CoverageAbout Taxand*7

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  • Dedicated to taxIndependence advantage conflict free, un-bureaucratic, best practiceLocal knowledge, global viewPartner led from start to finish Complex problems, customised advicePassionate about working togetherPractical advice, responsively deliveredWhy Taxand?*7About Taxand

    ABOUT TAXAND

    Taxand provides high quality, integrated tax advice worldwide. Our tax professionals, nearly 400 tax partners and over 2,000 tax advisors in 50 countries - grasp both the fine points of tax and the broader strategic implications, helping you mitigate risk, manage your tax burden and drive the performance of your business.

    We're passionate about tax. We collaborate and share knowledge, capitalising on our collective expertise to provide you with high quality, tailored advice that helps relieve the pressures associated with making complex tax decisions.

    We're also independentensuring that you adhere both to best practice and to tax law and that we remain free from time-consuming audit-based conflict checks. This enables us to deliver practical advice, responsively.Taxand is a global organisation of tax advisory firms. Each firm in each country is a separate and independent legal entity responsible for delivering client services. Copyright Taxand Economic Interest Grouping 2012 Registered office: 1B Heienhaff, L-1736 Senningerberg RCS Luxembourg C68

  • Event Speaker Guidelines9-10 May 2012

  • Each presentation should:be interesting for our key audiences CFOs & Tax Directors of multinationals ask your clients what theyd like to head about...be topical, share Taxand opinion (Taxands Take) on the impact of the tax issue(s) for multinationals, forecasting future changeinclude at least 1 golden nugget/action for clients to take awayuse case studies to add colour co-presented with a client where possibleContent Development*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Each presentation should:provide a global picture where possible to reflect our global capabilityshowcase our service lines capabilitybe different eg consider conducting a survey across Taxanders to substantiate a viewContent Development*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Each presentation should have:beginning say what you are going to say introductionmiddle say it the detailend say it again conclusions / action pointsAppendices:should not be presented but provided to add depth to the delegate pack, which includes the full presentation and additional materialsStructure*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Include biographies and contact details of speakers and relevant global Taxand teamsprovide added value material eg full findings of surveys; additional case studies; details supporting the slidessee credentials on the Taxand Brand Centre: www.taxand.com/brandcentre for sample supporting slidesStructure*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Use the Taxand events presentation template at www.taxand.com/brandcentre to build your presentationEvery slide must contain 3 to 6 bullet points ONLYText should be a MINIMUM of 28 point font ArialCharts and objects should be clear Use the Taxand colour palette and colour scheme objects providedFormat *1Speaker Guidelines

  • Make sure you complete the black & blue title bar (see above) in this PowerPoint template with your section number and section titleFor an hours presentation do no more than 30 slides (2 minutes per slide)Dont go overboard on bullets use pictures to add interestKeep sentences short use clear language, highlight key points & summariseFormat*1Speaker Guidelines

  • To ensure quality presentations plan ahead:Draft structure of presentationsArrange phone call or meeting of speakers to discuss presentation content & deadlines for drafts:First full draft; Second full draft; Final draftArrange timed speaker rehearsal by phoneLeave time to correctly and consistently format slides so they are on Taxand brandArrange on-site speaker rehearsalProcess*1Speaker Guidelines

  • You are representing Taxand to:Develop business opportunities for you, your firm and TaxandRaise your personal profileRaise our global brand awarenessSo please:Introduce yourself as a TaxanderRefer to your Taxand colleagues when you can by nameAnd Remember...*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Promote our global capability, high quality and excellenceMake sure your presentation gets sent to Lynne at [email protected] to be promoted on taxand.comGive it your all and go for it!Please refer any queries to global marketing at [email protected] And Remember...*1Speaker Guidelines

  • Key Contacts Speaker Guidelines*1

    ABOUT TAXAND

    Taxand provides high quality, integrated tax advice worldwide. Our tax professionals, nearly 400 tax partners and over 2,000 tax advisors in 50 countries - grasp both the fine points of tax and the broader strategic implications, helping you mitigate risk, manage your tax burden and drive the performance of your business.

    We're passionate about tax. We collaborate and share knowledge, capitalising on our collective expertise to provide you with high quality, tailored advice that helps relieve the pressures associated with making complex tax decisions.

    We're also independentensuring that you adhere both to best practice and to tax law and that we remain free from time-consuming audit-based conflict checks. This enables us to deliver practical advice, responsively.Taxand is a global organisation of tax advisory firms. Each firm in each country is a separate and independent legal entity responsible for delivering client services. Copyright Taxand Economic Interest Grouping 2012 Registered office: 1B Heienhaff, L-1736 Senningerberg RCS Luxembourg C68

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