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AMCHAM Taxation Committee Webinar

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM


Online (Zoom)

In partnership with KPMG, we are pleased to invite you to the AMCHAM Virtual Meeting addressing recent tax updates. A team of tax experts from KPMG ASIA PACIFIC will cover key tax legislative proposals here in Korea for 2022 as well as recent agreements on international tax reform by the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework regarding BEPS. We will also hear about proposed US tax reform and how this may impact BEPS developments with changes coming into effect in 2023. As part of the BEPS discussion, KPMG experts will provide an overview of key concepts including Pillar 1 scope and exclusions, Pillar 2 exclusions and safe harbors, ETR computation, subject-to-tax, income inclusion and undertaxed payments rules along with expert observations, insights and guidance on potential actions needed going forward.


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COST KRW 0 for members
KRW 0 for non-members
Noon, Monday, October 11, 2021

About the Speaker

Yu-Jin Suh, Partner at KPMG Korea

Yu-Jin is a corporate tax partner at KPMG Korea. She has over 16 years of experience serving multinational companies with various Korean and international tax matters. Yu-Jin specializes in providing tax services to multinational companies in a wide range of industries, including general tax consulting, tax audit defense, tax health-checks, tax structuring and M&A. Recently, Yu-Jin has also been actively leading tax advisory projects for foreign fund and professional investors targeting various investment assets in Korea.

Dean Adrian Rolfe, Partner, Head of International Tax at KPMG Asia Pacific

Dean is a tax partner based in Singapore with over 30 years professional experience. Dean has gained practical experience from working multiple jurisdictions including Australia, the United States, Luxembourg, and Singapore. Dean is also the Head of International Tax in Asia Pacific for KPMG with a detailed knowledge of the OECD’s proposed GloBE rules.

Conrad Turley, Partner, KPMG Asia-Pacific Tax Policy Leader / Leader of the KPMG China Tax Department of Professional Practice

Conrad Turley is a tax partner at KPMG China. He is the KPMG Asia-Pacific Tax Policy Leader and also leads KPMG China’s tax policy and technical division, the Tax Department of Professional Practice (Tax DPP). Currently based in Beijing, Conrad previously worked for the European Commission Tax Directorate in Brussels, as well as for KPMG in Ireland, the Netherlands and Hong Kong.

Curtis Ottley, U.S. International Tax Partner at U.S. KPMG

Curtis is a U.S. KPMG tax partner that is currently seconded to Singapore. Curtis has more than 25 years of professional experience in public accounting.
For the past 20 years, Curtis has been focused on serving clients with structuring acquisitions and dispositions, as well as performing due diligence and transaction closing assistance. Earlier in his career, he served in his previous firm’s Washington National Tax practice, acting as a resource for practice offices that required assistance in resolving technical issues related to transactions.


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