Singapore Business Review - Budget Breakfast Briefing 2016

Mon, 28 March 2016
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore


Singapore Business Review is proud to bring back the SBR Singapore Budget Breakfast Briefing for 2016. Hear from experts and analysts as they talk through key points in a panel discussion, exploring the wide-ranging impacts of Budget 2016.

This session will be a 2-hour event to be moderated by Singapore Business Review and will be held on Monday, March 28 at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Registration starts at 7:30 AM.

Panelists include:

  • Mr. Ajay Kumar Sanganeria, Tax Partner, KPMG
  • Mr. Anuj Kagalwala, Asset & Wealth Management Tax Leader, PwC Singapore
  • Mr. Chia Seng Chye, Partner - Tax Services, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
  • Mr. Lee Tiong Heng, Tax Partner, Deloitte Singapore
  • Mr. Shanker Iyer, FCCA, Chairman, Iyer Practice Advisers

This year's discussion covers:

  • How can Budget 2016 help SMEs deal with intensifying economic volatility and slowing global growth?
  • Which measures will be most effective in helping Singaporean companies transition to a value-creation economy? How does Budget 2016 promote innovation and entrepreneurship?
  • How does the Budget help homegrown companies stay ahead of competition? What role does that budget play in helping local firms gain a foothold in international markets?
  • How does the budget strengthen Singapore’s position as a business hub, particularly in terms of attracting multinationals through business-friendly tax policies? Can Singapore achieve increased tax transparency without sacrificing its tax incentives?
  • How did Budget 2016 address the rising cost of living in Singapore, particularly for lower-income earners? Were there particular provisions to help households deal with the effect of rising interest rates?


Event Details:
Date: March 28, 2016 (Monday)
Time: 7:30AM - 9:30AM
Venue: The Fullerton Hotel

Passes cost S$110 each. Register now as we have limited slots available.

For more details, contact:
Dennice Paragas
+65 6223 7660 (ext 218)