This is a past event. Registration is closed. View other Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong events.
Ivor Morris (Partner, Tax at KPMG)

Ivor Morris

Partner, Tax at KPMG

Ivor Morris joined KPMG’s Hong Kong office in 2009 and became a tax partner in 2017.

Ivor has extensive experience of advising international clients in Hong Kong on their corporate tax matters. He works with a number of shipping and leasing companies advising on their Hong Kong tax matters, as well as many multinational groups on cross-border related matters.

Ivor received his Master degree in Arts from the University of Cambridge. He is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and serves on a number of industry and charity bodies.

Murray Sarelius (Partner, National Head of People Services at KPMG)

Murray Sarelius

Partner, National Head of People Services at KPMG

Murray is a Tax Partner and leads KPMG’s Hong Kong and China People Services teams. Murray has over 20 years’ experience with international aspects of personal and corporate tax planning. He works extensively with businesses that are operating or investing internationally.

For international businesses, his focus is on helping them to manage the expatriate and employer tax issues associated with an internationally mobile workforce, including international executive remuneration, employee share schemes and international tax planning for employment and investment. He also acts as regional lead partner on several significant People Services engagements that require co-ordination of compliance work and advice across the region.

For individuals, including founders and owners of international businesses, the focus is more personal. He works with start-up and high growth businesses, high net worth individuals, family offices and family businesses on matters such as tax and estate planning, succession planning and the management of tax risks across an international portfolio of businesses, and the implications of family members relocating to different tax jurisdictions.