Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Time: 18:00 – 21:00
Venue: Koi Lounge, 39/F Sathorn Square Building (BTS Chongnonsi) (MAP)
Dress Code: Smart Casual or Casual
Description: CanCham Thailand in collaboration with Belgium-Luxembourg, French, German, the Netherlands and Swedish Chambers of Commerce would like to invite you an interactive business talk, “What the FATCA, eh?”, and networking event. The event is scheduled on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, from 18:00 – 21:00.
Paul Gambles shall lead the talk and he will give further insight into the implications of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Questions to be explored include:
- Why have governments around the world been exchanging their citizens’ financial information over the past two years?
- What kind of financial information are these governments swapping?
- How does this intercontinental swapping of information affect us here living in Thailand?
The interactive discussion is followed by networking which will be accompanied by fine Japanese cuisine provided by Koi Restaurant. After the event, guests are invited to a Lady’s Night at the Koi Club.
- THB 550 NET for Members of CanCham and Participating Organizations
- THB 800 NET for Non-members
Entrance fee includes a unique and delicious Japanese food by one of the most famous Japanese chefs in Bangkok with one complimentary drink. Additional drinks will be at discount rate.
17:30 Registration Opens
18:00 Interactive Business Talks, “What the FATCA, eh?”
21:00 After Party – “Lady Night” at Koi Club
What the FATCA, eh?
From Ottawa to Uppsala, tax authorities can now exchange YOUR information!
Q&A with Paul Gambles, Managing Partner, MBMG Group
For the last two years, governments around the world have been exchanging their citizens’ financial information. What kind of information are they swapping and how does it affect us living here in Thailand?
Paul Gambles is co-founder and Managing Partner of MBMG Group, a multi-award winning professional research and advisory practice that provides seamless advice to individuals, corporations and institutional clients.
Paul forecast the Thai Baht devaluation and the Asian Currency Crisis in 1997. His own range of expertise includes asset allocation, tax structuring and macro-economic analysis.
He is licensed by the SEC as both a Securities Fundamental Investment Analyst and an Investment Planner. He is well-known as an expert commentator appearing regularly on CNBC, Channel News Asia and Bloomberg TV. Paul is a frequent contributor to Voyageur and writes the weekly MBMG IA Markets Flash.
About Koi Restaurant
From opening its first outlet in Los Angeles in 2002, Koi Group has expanded its unique take on modern Japanese food to New York, Las Vegas, Abu Dhabi and Bangkok and has become extremely popular with A-Listers, celebrities and the jet-setting business elite.
Koi Bangkok is situated on the 39th floor of Sathorn Square, affording breath-taking views of the Bangkok skyline. Fusing Japanese values and principles with a Californian twist, it provides an unforgettable, dining experience with an international chef who has worked in both Koi NY and LA. Alongside the restaurant are three private dining rooms and a lounge which can be booked or hired independently.
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