AIMA APAC Webinar: Japanese Government's policy package to expand Japan's role as an international financial hub - Tax reform and administrative services
AIMA APAC invites you to join our webinar on 17 December on the upcoming tax reforms in Japan.
The Japanese government recently introduced a comprehensive policy package to expand Japan’s role as an international financial hub. Labelled "Finance Place Japan", this initiative is the first attempt to tackle the long-standing challenge of establishing a cross-ministerial “one team”. The FSA has been working with the government on a wide range of issues including the review of relevant aspects of the tax system, provision of broader administrative services in English, and relaxation of the requirements for residential status.
This session will cover the tax reforms and preferential tax treatments for foreign asset management firms and workers introduced in the package, including clarifying tax treatments of carried interest, expanding deductible executive compensation and exempting inheritance tax liability on overseas assets of foreign nationals.20201217 FSA JPN Webinar.pdf
A recording is available for replay here.
Director of the Strategy Development Division
Financial Services Agency
KITO Akemi, Partner, PwC Tax Japan