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A Guide to Selecting Holding or Financing Locations in Asia

In this guide, Jack Sheehan, Partner and Head of the Regional Tax Practice Group at DFDL provides a comparative analysis of tax and treaty rules in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand and how those rules affect the process of selecting a holding or financing jurisdiction. Jack discusses the attractiveness of tax structuring holding and financing activities in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand, and a discussion on developments in domestic and treaty anti-abuse and tax avoidance rules, including Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS).

Jack examines the international tax aspects of structuring holding or financing activities in several select jurisdictions in Asia.

Jack Sheehan
Partner, Head of Regional Tax
Jack is a Partner and Tax Leader at the firm.