Taxation from a Business Perspective

23 Mar 16

Matt Andrew
Principle Partner
Operating Model Effectiveness
Ernst & Young LLP


As part of the MSCM program on Global Risk in Supply Chain Management Mat Andrew, Principal Partner at Ernst Young holds a two-day workshop on “Taxation from a Business Perspective” for MSCM students and Faculty.

Program – 22/23 March 2016:
Day 1: Introduction into core supply chain and value chain concepts in Asia
Day 2: Important market, regulatory, tax and legal considerations for developing supply chain and value chain models in Asia

Matt’s opening presentation explains how when setting up a model structure for manufacturing, supply chain, and distribution principle models there are concepts that if not properly factored can add up to 30% additional cost i.e. Customs vat and income tax.


Mat Andrew specialises in multi national business restructuring in the Asia Pacific and has a deep taxation knowledge in the fields of transfer pricing and international tax, supporting companies to organise and reorganise themselves in the Asia Pacific. Mat has worked in the United States, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand,.

Bio:
http://www.ey.com/publication/vwluassets/ey-epb_23rdhstc_ey-bios/$file/ey-epb_23rdhstc_ey-bios.pdf


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