This in-person breakfast seminar will be postponed due to recent developments with regard to the Carried Interest Tax Concession Bill. The Hong Kong government has suggested to significantly increase the disclosure requirements for funds that wish to apply for the 0% tax rate. Further guidance on the eligibility and implementation of the Bill is expected in the next couple of weeks. The seminar will be organised directly after to provide the latest updates.

The Hong Kong government has recently passed the Carried Interest Tax Concession Bill that provides a 0% tax rate for qualified carried interest. This new legislation aims to attract private equity and venture capital funds to Hong Kong, strengthening the city's role as asset management centre. It also promotes the uptake of Hong Kong's new fund vehicles, particularly the Limited Partnership Fund (LPF) and Open-ended Fund Company (OFC).

During this breakfast seminar, some of the key components of the Bill with regard to eligibility, ongoing obligations and the application process will be discussed. In addition, other relevant tax incentives for asset managers in Hong Kong will be assessed, such as the expansion of the offshore funds tax exemption to onshore funds. This seminar will provide participants with practical insights on how to benefit from the various tax incentives within the Hong Kong asset management industry.


Nigel Hobler

Partner at KPMG


The Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Suite 3002, 30/F, Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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