Key Considerations for Treasurers in Tax Management
All taxes concern the treasury function, especially when the tax payment is material and it will need to be funded by treasury.
Globally, organisations transact and operate over many locations, ranging from open financial markets such as Singapore and Hong Kong that have existing free trade agreement and tax treaties, as well as tax incentives, to markets that are more regulated with currency and capital restrictions.
The infographic below can help you to understand the tax treaties and incentives of these markets, along with key tax amplifications and considerations that all treasurers need to take. For more information on this, you can also register or log into DBS Treasury Prism.
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