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  • Our Contacts
    Choon Advisory Leader Tel 65 6236 3018 Consulting Alywin Teh Partner Tel 65 6236 7268 Deals Ong Chao Choon Advisory Leader Tel 65 6236 3018 Business Restructuring Services Peter Greaves Partner Capital Projects Infrastructure Mark Rathbone Asia Pacific Capital Projects Infrastructure Leader Tel 65 6236 4190 Mergers and Acquisitions Ong Chao Choon Asia Pacific Transaction Services Leader Tel 65 6236 3018 Corporate Finance Andrea Yuen Partner Tel 65 6236 4118 Deal Strategy Group Richard Skinner Partner Tel 65 6236 4898 Delivering Deal Value Wee Tze Wee Partner Tel 65 6236 7628 Financial Due Diligence Chua Kim Hong Partner Tel 65 6236 7228 Valuation Lie Kok Keong Partner Tel 65 6236 7288 International Assignment Services James Clemence Partner South East Asia Leader PwC International Assignment Services Singapore Pte Ltd Tel 65 6236 3948 Worldtrade Management Services Frank Debets Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers WMS Pte Ltd Tel 65 6236 7302 Industries Quek Bin Hwee Vice Chairman Markets and Industries Asia Pacific Clients and Markets Leader Tel 65 6236 3028 Sophia Ong Head Marketing Communications Tel 65 6236 4591 Martha Wong Head Business Development Tel 65 6236 7052 Conglomerates Industrial Products Tan Boon Chok Partner Tel 65 6236 3778 Energy Utilities Mining Paul Cornelius Partner Tel 65 6236 3718 Financial Services Antony Eldridge Financial Services Leader Tel 65 6236 7348 Asset Management Justin Ong Asset Management Leader Tel 65 6236 7298 Banking and Capital Markets Karen Loon Banking and Capital Markets Leader Tel 65 6236 3021 Insurance Woo Shea Leen Insurance Leader Tel 65 6236 3908 Wealth Management Justin Ong Asia Pacific Private Banking Leader Tel 65 6236 3708 other financial services contacts Healthcare David Mckeering Partner Tel 65 6236 4828 Pharmaceutical Abhijit Ghosh Partner Tel 65 6236 3888 Real Estate Hospitality Yeow Chee Keong Partner Tel 65 6236 7298 Retail Consumer Lee Kok Hooi

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  • Singapore Budget 2016
    series Careers Career opportunities PwC experience About us Asia pacific network Code of conduct Corporate responsibilities Diversity and inclusion Offices Our awards Our contacts Singapore International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Creating Value For Smart Future Singapore Budget 2016 Views from our experts Watch video Proposals to enhance Singapore s economy Read more A long term view Read our white paper Budget seminar Watch this space for more details Our tax experts Chris Woo Tax Leader 65 6236 3688 email me Abhijit Ghosh Tax Partner 65 6236 3888 email me Koh Soo How Tax Partner 65 6236 3600 email me Paul Lau Tax Partner 65 6236 3733 email me Media contact Natalie Choo 65 6236 4309 email me Singapore Budget 2016 A long term view Proposals to enhance Singapore s economy Views from our experts In the news Budget commentary 2016 Budget seminar 2016 Schedule a meeting Contacts Chris Woo Tax Leader Tel 65 6236 3688 Email Abhijit Ghosh Partner Tax Tel 65 6236

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  • PwC Annual Global CEO Survey, and PwC 2015 APEC CEO Survey: The ASEAN Highlights
    of these business leaders 73 plan to allocate a proportion of their increase to APEC s 21 economies than to the rest of the world The economy 39 of ASEAN CEOs anticipate an improvement in the global economy 10 points down from last year but 12 points above this year s global average of 27 At an APEC level APEC ASEAN CEOs are not as optimistic as their peers on the likelihood of fewer barriers and restrictions to facilitate business growth and trade in the Asia Pacific by 2020 Greater expectations 80 of ASEAN CEOs agree that business success in the 21st century will be redefined by more than financial profit and 81 stated that they are expected to address wider stakeholder needs ASEAN CEOs are responding to shifting stakeholder expectations by making changes to how they leverage on technology how they manage their brand their workforce well being and more Transformation Talent 43 of ASEAN CEOs stated that they would make changes around building a pipeline of leaders for tomorrow 79 of APEC ASEAN CEOs expect to increase headcount moving forward Digital catalyst More than half of ASEAN CEOs 77 see technological advances as the top disruptive force which will most likely transform wider stakeholder expectations over the next five years More than a quarter of APEC ASEAN CEOs 31 see expanded digital infrastructure and greater participation in the digital economy as a top enabler of regional connectivity Future proofing Majority of ASEAN CEOs have plans to restructure their businesses with 64 of them planning to implement a cost reduction initiative over the next 12 months as well as to enter into a new strategic alliance or joint venture On enhancing business and operational support 82 of APEC ASEAN CEOs expect their organisations demand for computer systems services to

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  • Fight food fraud. Take the food fraud vulnerability assessment
    with food industry leaders around the world to help put you in a stronger position to fight fraud Want to assess your food fraud vulnerability Go here now or download the app from the App Store or Google Play available soon to begin a confidential and anonymous online assessment of your fraud vulnerabilities For further information please get in touch with PwC or SSAFE If you want help deciding on where to apply the tool in your organisation complete the decision tree here The war on 40bn food fraud The criminal motivation to adulterate or counterfeit food for financial gain is growing and a new solution is needed to fight back Current food safety management systems are not designed for fraud detection or mitigation but new food safety guidelines will require it Companies are losing money and customers are losing faith Food fraud is estimated to cost the global food industry US 30 to 40 billion every year But that s just the economic cost Beyond the financial impact food fraud can lead to serious public health risks and damage brands Trust in food is being challenged as your fraud vulnerabilities increase Think like a criminal to fight fraud Globalisation and complex supply chains are creating huge opportunities and rewards for fraudsters Today even the most basic foods can involve thousands of suppliers around the world Small wonder then that food fraud is increasing Our food fraud vulnerability assessment is purpose built to help companies identify areas of vulnerability and meet new regulatory requirements of GFSI recognised certification schemes It s a great place to start in identifying your vulnerabilities and planning your mitigation efforts What is your vulnerability to food fraud The assessment is easy to use and can be applied anywhere in the food supply chain from animal

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  • Tackling food fraud
    and involves any substitution unapproved enhancements misbranding counterfeiting and stolen goods Some examples of food fraud are The rising cost of food production coupled with intense competition in the retail sector has driven food companies to aggressively cut costs resulting in the increased complexity in food supply chains which present many opportunities for food adulteration As the awareness of food safety and integrity continues to rise among consumers and the industry tackling food fraud gets more demanding as it faces these challenges a lack of upstream supply chain visibility poor supply chain risk management practices and the presence of complex and constrained regulatory frameworks One of the ways to combat and reduce the risk of food fraud is for companies to gain a better understanding of their supply chains vulnerabilities and strengthen their existing deterrence strategies How confident are you in the integrity of your food products Food trust snapshot Food Fraud Tackling food fraud Find out what are the most commonly reported food frauds and understand why food fraud is a growing concern We highlight best practice responses taken by leading companies to take control and to understand their susceptibility to fraud Assess your food fraud vulnerability PwC and SSAFE have collaborated to release a food fraud vulnerability assessment tool that companies can use free of charge to help identify vulnerabilities and reduce fraud threats This tool helps inform you of vulnerabilities in your organisation so you can put in place measures to reduce the likelihood of criminals profiting from food fraud at your expense It is a freely available and anonymous tool that can be used by every company anywhere The assessment will give you a profile of your company s potential food fraud vulnerability which can form the basis for the development of controls to reduce identified

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  • Mini-Guide for Audit Committees
    s Academy Training calendar Webcast series Careers Career opportunities PwC experience About us Asia pacific network Code of conduct Corporate responsibilities Diversity and inclusion Offices Our awards Our contacts Singapore International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Mini Guide for Audit Committees Hot topics that ACs and directors need to know The job of the Audit Committee AC is not easy To assist in its duties the Singapore Institute of Directors SID with the support of PwC Singapore and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority ACRA have produced a mini guide to provide an understanding of the latest industry developments alongside practical information on the four hot topics as we like to think of them relating to ACs The four hot topics are ACRA s enhanced Financial Reporting Surveillance Programme FRSP Enhanced Auditor Reporting ACRA s Audit Quality Indicators AQI Disclosure Framework New Revised Singapore Financial Reporting Standards SFRS Download Mini Guide for Audit Committees Hot topics that ACs and directors need to know Services

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  • Tax Bulletin
    opportunities PwC experience About us Asia pacific network Code of conduct Corporate responsibilities Diversity and inclusion Offices Our awards Our contacts Singapore International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Tax Bulletin Light at the end of the tunnel The Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development OECD s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting BEPS Project came to a close on 5 October 2015 where the OECD released their final recommendations A number of these recommendations have significant implications on Singapore s open economy in particular those relating to Singapore s tax incentive regime and our regional hub position In this newsletter we consider how some of these recommended changes to fundamental key principles around tax treaty access transfer pricing and transparency impact Singapore Download Light at the end of the tunnel Our early observations on the finalisation of the OECD BEPS Project and what it means for Singapore Tax Home Our People Our Service Offerings Corporate Compliance Specialism Corporate Support Services Goods Services Tax International

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  • Tax Newsbites
    Offices Our awards Our contacts Singapore International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Tax Newsbites Welcome to the November December 2015 issue of Tax Newsbites This publication aims to share bite sized information and updates from Singapore and around the region Some of the updates in this issue include PwC Singapore launched a paper that makes recommendations to reform Singapore s tax system The Ministry of Finance has accepted 31 of 70 consultation suggestions on the draft Income Tax Amendment Bill 2016 The IRAS updated its website content to clarify that the Temporary Employment Credit is taxable Singapore Russia DTA Singapore and Russia signed a Protocol to amend the existing tax treaty Australia The Australian Parliament approved the multinational tax anti avoidance bill on 3 December 2015 Taiwan The legislature repealed a controversial capital gains tax on share trades by active investors before the tax ever entered into force Download Tax Newsbites Tax updates for the period 1 November 2015 to 11 December 2015 Tax

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