A global standard for automatic exchange of financial account information between governments was introduced, with the tax legislation on implementing the common reporting standard in Hong Kong became effective in 2016. To facilitate information exchange with other tax jurisdictions, Inland Revenue Department could obtain information of taxpayers from financial institutions. To prevent tax risks arising from the exchange of information, we assist in compliance filing, preventing and investigating your business.

How can we help?

  • Hong Kong and PRC cross-border general tax advisory
  • BVI Economic Substance advisory and filing to the BVI authority
  • Completion of CRS / FATCA Forms issued by Hong Kong financial institutions

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