Webinar Singapore Law For Credit Agreements

In addition, webinar participants will receive a special 15% discount on the price of the book! In light of the recent Covid-19 situation, please note that modules 1 to 4 of the course will now be delivered by webinar, the format of module 5 is still being confirmed, modules 6 and 7 will continue to be conducted in physical race while we observe the situation. If the situation does not improve by May, modules 6 and 7 will also be carried out by webinar. Please click on the promotional brochure below for more information on changing the course delivery format. In this second webinar in the series, we are pleased to invite Ms. Ong Ken Loon (Drew & Napier LLC, Head, Tax and Private Client Services) and Mr. Charles Li (Drew & Napier LLC, Associate Director, Tax and Private Client Services) to report on the chapter “Tax Planning and Avoidance”. While tax planning and tax avoidance are legal, the application of inappropriate tax avoidance practices may, in some cases, border on tax evasion. It will not discuss the emergency measures taken to deal with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic found in other legislation. The webinar begins with a brief introduction to the reform process and highlights some of IRDA`s most important reforms. B e.g. the new section on fraudulent creditors, the new power of the liquidator to allocate the proceeds of avoidance measures, the new extrajudicial judicial administration, etc.

This is followed by a review of the new Article 440, which limits the exercise of certain contractual rights (an important measure to preserve value during rescue); the new Section 239 of Illicit Trade; the case law on rescue financing that has developed since the 2017 reforms; the new regime for the registration of receivers and transitional provisions, as well as subsidiary legislation. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A meeting during which participants will answer participants` questions. Click here to register for the SGD 96.30 webinar. CSA members can use credit dollars (C$). All companies registered by GST will be affected to some extent. To help you understand the significant impact of the new GST regulations and IRAS` expectations of businesses under the new rules, please join our webinar where we have Mr. Koh so How from Koh SH & Associates Pte Ltd and Mr. Yang Shi Yong and Mr. Charles Li from Drew & Napier LLC, to explain the legal and practical aspects of the new rules and what this means for you. .