US Tax Seminar in Hong Kong

On January 17th, through the assistance of our Moores Rowland colleagues in Hong Kong, we were invited by the The Taxation Institute of Hong Kong (www.tihk.org.hk) to present on US Tax Issues.

We had a room filled of Hong Kong Tax Professionals and engaged in a lively discussion on various scenarios in which a Hong Kong resident could be exposed to the US tax net.

It struck me as unfortunate that so many clients with exposure in multiple jurisdictions, are advised by professionals who are either unqualified or only qualified in a single jurisdiction.  It is so difficult for a single person to be an expert in everything.  What the high net worth private client requires – is a team qualified across the various jurisdictions involved.

That’s what we bring to the table.  A strong tax team

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