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07 10 2019
As we head towards Thailand 4.0. - 2019 is on course to be another recording breaking year for data breaches: 3,813 breaches were reported through June 30 exposing 4.1 billion records.
30 09 2019
We’re so excited to announce that PKF Thailand is a finalist for the Asia Emerging Partner of the Year at Xero Asia Awards 2019!
10 09 2019
As we roll forward on Thailand 4.0, a timely reminder that protecting ones cyber infrastructure remains key, with some harrowing stories across the globe!
Our Tax Team has updated Transfer Pricing information for Thailand in this bulletin dated July 2019.
05 08 2019
As we continue the journey to Thailand 4.0 we can see that even the best can still suffer from cyber-attacks – especially if you have something worth stealing. In this article we hear of such notables as NASA, United States Custom and Border Protection, 10 major cellular carriers and eight cloud services providers.
On 18 July 2019, the Thai Revenue Department (“TRD”) issued a new Notification on Stamp Duty (No.59). This notification lists out payment methods and instructions for Stamp Duty payment on e-Instruments that came into effect on 1st July 2019. Our tax team provides more detail.
09 07 2019
Maybe “sound bites” or even some “sound bytes”; this month’s edition reminds us of the central importance of cybersecurity to our business, fast patching, and backups and restores should prevention fail.
Following its commitments to remedy EU concerns and to implement BEPS related measures, the UAE Cabinet has issued a Resolution requiring all in-scope UAE entities that carry on certain activities to have demonstrable “economic substance” in the UAE. Our UAE team explains.
Our PKF China team has released the 4th edition of “Immigration and Investment” dated 13th June. In this update, Visual Capitalist gives a fascinating glimpse of 2018 migration flows showing how high net worth individuals (>$1m) changed their nationality last year.
04 06 2019
The Thai Immigration Bureau recently announced the enforcement of TM30 rules requiring the owners of all properties in Thailand to report all foreigners residing/present overnight on their premises to the Immigration Bureau or a local Police Station within 24 hours. The Immigration Bureau at Chaengwattana first announced the new enforcement regime for these long-standing regulations regarding the “Notification of Residence of Foreigners (Form TM30)” that went into immediate implementation on 28th March 2019. The enforcement of these rules that have been implemented and enforced in at least four major Immigration Bureau offices in Thailand has caused widespread confusion and frustrations among foreigners and landlords alike. Of particular concern has been the consequential delay &/or rejection of Non-Resident Visa applications in cases where the foreigners Form TM30 requirements have not been compliant.
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