Global companies that interchange talents around the globe, be it on short or long term assignments must be cautious that tax and immigration issues are critical areas that must be adhered to. With Covid-19 pandemic still at large, various new measures have been implemented by the Government that need to be considered when transferring an International talent into Malaysia’s borders.
Non-compliance to tax and immigration laws will lead to financial impact for these companies in view of severe fines, penalties and additional administration costs, on top of undue stress the talent undergoes. Furthermore, will an International company be deemed to have a permanent establishment (PE) in Malaysia due to the presence of its employees in Malaysia?
Join our webinar now to find out what proactive approaches you can adopt when planning for an employee(s) international assignment, and what will aid a company to effectively reduce potential risks and costs.
• Full payment five (5) working days before the programme. Admittance will not be permitted unless full payment is received.
• All delegates must register with their own email address in order to access and attend the webinar. Entry into the webinar is unique to the registered delegate’s email address and is not transferable.
• KPMG’s webinar series are conducted online; hence, you will need to have stable internet access in order to participate. While you may view the webinar using a mobile device, it is recommended to participate using a laptop/PC for an optimal experience.
No refund will be given for cancellations received less than 7 working days before the event date. A substitute delegate is welcomed at no additional charge if the registered delegate is unable to attend (advance notice of 5 working days before the event is required.). If the event is cancelled by KPMG due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund will be reimbursed to the delegate.
This event is organized by About KPMG Tax Services Sdn. Bhd.