슬라이드 1 - ifa-jb.com

슬라이드 1 - ifa-jb.com

International Fiscal Association (IFA) China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Wednesday and Thursday, May 19 and 20, 2010 KCCI Building, Seoul, Korea. IFA KOREA 2010 China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Seoul, Korea, 19-20 May 2010 The Tax Challenges faced by East Asian Countries Dear Participants It is my great pleasure to welcome you to our 2010 China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference. The importance of North East Asian region for the development of global economy cannot be overestimated. Tax is one of the key issues for inter-jurisdictional trade and business in this region as is the case for other regions of the globe. Three major economies, China, Japan and Korea, although they are not posed at the same stage of economic development, have good reasons to cooperate for mutual understanding and learning about tax laws and administrations. Especially the recent amendments or negotiations of the tax treaties between the three countries with US are attracting huge interests from the businesses and practitioners. For this reason, IFA Korea, in cooperation with other branches, holds East Asia country regional seminar focused on the challenges under the recent tax reforms and the recent tax treaty amendments with the US. This coming seminar is the third one with this objective. The first was in Tokyo in March 2006 and the second was in Seoul in June 2008. Tax officials/professors/professionals from the three countries and the US are invited and will introduce recent development of tax law changes in their respective country and address implications of their recent treaty amendments with the US. Thank you for taking part in the 2010 China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference and I hope you will find this a rewarding and memorable experience. Yours faithfully Chul-Song Lee President of IFA Korea China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Seoul, Korea, 19-20 May 2010 AGENDA Prior Day Tuesday, 18 May 2010 Time Subject 14:00pm 17:00pm Preparatory Meeting(for Speakers & Panelists Only)

1st Day Wednesday, 19 May 2010 Time Subject 08:00am 09:00am Registration (Welcome to Seoul : video clips) 09:00am 09:30am Moderator: Prof. Moo-Seok Ok Opening Speech by President of IFA Korea Prof. Chul-Song Lee Welcoming speech by the Commissioner of the NTS 09:30am 10:00am IFA and OECD Developments Dr. H.A. Kogels (Secretary General, IFA) 10:00am 10:30am Coffee Break 10:30am 12:30pm 12:30pm 14:00pm Session I : Recent Tax Developments in China/Japan/Korea Moderator: Mr. David Jin-Young Lee (Korea) Speakers Prof. Yoshihiro Masui (Japan) Prof. Ji-Hyun Yoon (Korea) Prof. Jian Wen Liu (China) Lunch International Fiscal Association China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Seoul, Korea, 19-20 May 2010 1st Day Wednesday, 19 May 2010 Time Subject 14:00pm 18:00pm Session II : Tax Treaties between Three East Asian Countries

and U.S. Moderator : Director General of MOSF (to be confirmed) Speakers Mr. Feng Lizeng (China) Mr. Kwanghyo Ko (Korea) Prof. Tasuku Honjo (Japan) Ms. Barbara Angus (US) Ms. Giovanna Sparagna (US) Mr. Michael Feder (US) Mr. Kyung-Geun Lee (Korea) Panelists : to be confirmed 15:30pm 16:00pm Coffee Break 18:00pm 21:00pm Culture Dinner (Invitation Only by President of IFA Korea) 2nd Day Thursday, 20 May 2010 Time Subject 09:00am 09:30am International Tax Development Mr. Robert Couzin (Chairman of Scientific Committee, IFA) 09:30am 10:00am Coffee Break 10:00am 12:00pm Session III : Collective Investment Vehicle and Withholding Tax Moderator : Mr. Toshio Miyatake (Japan) Speakers Ms. Moon-Kyun Cho (Korea) Ms. Yuko Miyazaki(Japan Mr. Yuji Miyaki, (Japan) Panelists : to be confirmed International Fiscal Association China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Seoul, Korea, 19-20 May 2010

2nd Day Thursday, 20 May 2010 Time Subject 12:00pm 13:30pm Lunch Luncheon Speaker: Prof. Hiroshi Kaneko, Ex-chairman of IFA Japanese Branch. 13:30pm 17:00pm Session IV: Transfer pricing documentation and advance pricing agreement Moderator : Mr. Yunjun Park (Korea) Speakers Ms. Sun Yimin (China) Prof. Kazufumi Iimori (Japan) Mr. Henry An (Korea) Panelists : to be confirmed 15:00pm 15:30pm Coffee Break 17:00pm 17:15pm Closing speech : Ex-President of IFA Korea (Mr. Woo-Taik Kim) Exhibitor Sponsors (to be amended) IBFD Taxmann Sponsors List (to be amended) Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) American Chamber of Commerce Korea (AMCHAM) European Union Chamber of Commerce Korea (EUCCK) Samsung, LG, POSCO PricewaterhouseCoopers, ERNST&YOUNG, Deloitte, KPMG Kim & Chang, Yulchon, Bae Kim & Lee, Shin & Kim, Lee & Ko International Fiscal Association China, Japan and Korea Tax Conference Seoul, Korea, 19-20 May 2010 REGISTRATION FORM We highly recommend completing the ONLINE REGISTRATION form through the Conference website www.ifakorea.org. If you do not register online, please complete one form per participant, and return to:

Secretary General of IFA Korea: David Jin-Young Lee Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers, LS Yongsan Tower, 15th Floor 191, Hangangro 2-ga, Youngsan-gu, Seoul, Korea, 140-702 Tel(+82-2-709 0557) Fax+822 709 7977 E-mail:[email protected] (Please type or print in block letters and check appropriate boxes) Name of Participant: Prof. Dr. Mr. Ms. Family name: First name Middle initial Company/Organisation: Position: Address: Office Home Postal code Country Phone: Fax: E-mail: Membership: IFA Member Membership number: Non-Member To apply for membership, please go to www.ifa.nl or www.ifakorea.org Contact details during the IFA Tax Conference: I can be contacted by E-mail and / or Mobile phone: E-mail address: _____________________________Mobile phone number: ___________________ Name of Accompanying Persons, if any: An accompanying person is a participants spouse, partner, child or other personal relation who does not have a business or scientific interest in the Conference. Cultural Event Participation Mr. Ms. Family name _________________ First name ___________________ Mr. Ms. Family name _________________ First name ___________________ Registration Fees: Category By 18 May 2010 Participant US$300, Euro225 or KRW300,000 Accompanying Person US$200, Euro150 or

KRW200,000 I agree: I do not agree: That my personal details be published in the List of Participants for the Tax Conference. During the Congress the List of Participants will be made available to participants. Sponsors and third parties organising events may be supplied with List of Participants before the Conference. International Fiscal Association Page2 of Registration Form Please repeat name of participant: ___________________________________ PAYMENT (*Credit card issued outside Korea is accepted) Credit card: Card number Mastercard* VISA * JCB* BC Card / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Expiration date: (MM) Name of cardholder: /YYYY Security code*: ___________ VI/MC: final 3 digits on the reverse side of the card Authorised signature: Bank transfer Name of Account: International Fiscal Association (Kukje Chose Hyuphoe) Account Number: 325-20-197225 at Standard Chartered First Bank (SWIFT: SCBLKRSE) Kukje Center Building, 191 Hangangro 2-Ga, Yongsan-Gu, Seoul, Korea Deadline for bank transfers is 18 May 2010. Please note that bank transmission fees have to be paid by the transmitter. We would appreciate your sending us a copy of the bank receipt of your remittance to avoid possible confusion. Date: ______________________________________ Signature: ___________________________________________ CANCELLATION: In the event of cancellation, written notification should be sent to the IFA Seoul Registration Office. The following cancellation fees will be deducted before any refund is made. On and after 19 May 2010 100% of registration fee, thus no refund ACCOMMODATION ARRANGEMENT: The costs associated with the accommodation during your stay will not be borne by IFA Korea. Provided below are

information of hotels for your booking. Name Address Telephone number Website Rate per night Distance from the venue \185,000 10 minute walk Millennium Hilton 395, Namdaemun-5ga, Chung-gu, Seoul +82 2 753 7788 www.hilton.co.kr Ramada Hotel & Suites Seoul Central #151 Soonhwa-dong, Joong-gu, Seoul 100130, Korea +82 2 2119 8015 www.ramadahns. com \145,000 5 minute walk Westin Chosun 87, Sogong-dong, Junggu, Seoul, Korea 100070

+82 2 771 0500 www.echosunhotel. com \225,000 15~20 minute walk Lotte 1, Sogong-Dong, JungGu, Seoul, Korea +82 2 771 1000 www.lottehotelseou l.com \190,000 15~20 minute walk Koreana 61-1, 1 ka, Taipyung-ro, Chung-gu, Seoul +82 2 2171 7845 www.koreanahotel. com \150,000 20 minute walk Please keep a copy of this form for your own files. I agree to the above mentioned conditions as well as the conditions stated in the Invitation Programme. I have read and accept the cancellation terms, disclaimer and insurance recommendations. Signed by ______________________________________ Date ______________________________________ International Fiscal Association International Fiscal Association

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