Webinar: China Individual Income Tax Reform - The Implications for Expatriates
Webinar: China Individual Income Tax Reform – The Implications for Expatriates

The recent implementation of new laws in China has resulted in several changes in the calculation and enforcement of the Chinese Individual Income Tax (IIT). Focused on expanding deductibles, adjusting tax brackets and changing residency rules, the aim of the new IIT law is to ease the tax burden on low to mid-income earners while taking a tougher stance on both foreign workers and individuals belonging to a higher income bracket.

In this regard, the Italian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to an informative webinar in collaboration with Deloitte. During this webinar, our experts will explore the new China IIT regimes (GBA and Hainan IIT regime); the IIT tax incentives in China for expatriates and the tax implications on dual employment in light of the treaty between Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Don’t miss out! Join us for this insightful webinar.



Olderigo Fantacci, Tax Partner at Deloitte

Olderigo is a tax partner with more than twenty-five years of experience in Italian and international tax issues within Deloitte in Italy, in the US and, currently, in China. 

After working at Deloitte’s Rome and Milan offices, he became a tax partner in Florence where he established and led the local tax practice from 2000 to 2008. From 2008 until 2012, he worked at Deloitte US in New York as a Managing Director of the Italian Desk, assisting many Deloitte US clients with their investments in Italy. Since 2012, Olderigo has been at the head of Deloitte Italy’s China Desk in Hong Kong where he supports Italian firms based in China and Asia-Pacific with their local tax issues and consults Chinese groups in the acquisition process of investments in Italy.


Rebecca Lai, Partner at Deloitte

Rebecca is a partner of the Global Employer Services team of Deloitte China. Rebecca has twenty-five years of consulting experience in global mobility areas, serving clients from different industries and scales. 

With experience working in both Beijing and Shanghai, Mainland China for 18 years, Rebecca focuses on complex global expatriate tax and inbound and outbound mobility programs across various scales and industries. Additional focus areas include: reward offerings;  China employment tax initiatives;  tax-effective compensation and benefits structuring;  equity incentive plan design and implementation; cross-border taxation; social security; work visa/immigration consultation and advisory on high net-worth individuals.





6月 29 2021, 12:30 下午 - 1:30 下午


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Webinar: China Individual Income Tax Reform - The Implications for Expatriates

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