As a CEO of a Japanese, MNC, or regional firm we are responsible for many resources. We have people, facilities, business development, marketing, warehousing, and a myriad of other company ‘assets’ to manage, maximize and grow. Although human resources seem to be a frequent theme at CEO Insights, there is another area that heavily impacts our output: finances and taxes. CEO are not only responsible for corporate finances but also need to be wise with our personal finances as we live in multiple countries, travel frequently, and have many organizations wanting to get into our wallets. Individual income rate go up to 55.9%. Income and asset reporting duties have become more onerous. Tax liabilities abound. Bright CEOs must understand both corporate and individual implications.
Challenges in corporate tax risk management and compliance hit the c-level on the company side with constant change and ever evolving tax changes. In the April please join us for lunch with Hans-Peter Musahl, a partner with EY Tax in Tokyo. Mr. Musahl has hands on experience in advising people on how to use their financial toolbox. He advises executives and business in mostly Japan and Europe.
Date– Thursday, 11 April 1230PM-1400PM
Roppongi Hills Club- Roppongi Hills Club- La Cucina Restaurant (Italian)
51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower,
6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku,, Tokyo, 106-6151 Japan