Unveiling the Benefits and Realities of Applying for Offshore Status in Hong Kong

Webinar | Tuesday, November 14, 2023 | 3:00 PM China / 2:00 PM Vietnam / 8:00 AM CET

This event is organized by the German Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

In recent years, Hong Kong's business appeal has been further enhanced by the concept of Offshore Status, which allows companies to enjoy significant tax exemptions and other financial advantages.

With Hong Kong's ever-evolving economic landscape and regulatory environment, understanding the nuances of Offshore Status has become crucial for businesses and investors alike. In addition, with recent refinements to the Foreign-Sourced Income Exemption (FSIE) regime, it's more important than ever to understand how Offshore Status intersects with these changes and what it means for your business.

Whether you are a seasoned entrepreneur looking to optimize your financial strategy or an investor seeking to capitalize on Hong Kong's unique opportunities, this webinar is tailored to provide you with the knowledge and insights you need to thrive in this dynamic ecosystem. Jennifer Lu, Director of Dezan Shira & Associates' Hong Kong office, will delve into the complexities of Offshore Status, guiding you through the legal framework, eligibility criteria, and the myriad of benefits it offers. She will also provide real-world examples and case studies, allowing you to grasp the tangible impact Offshore Status can have on your bottom line.


  1. Introduction of the offshore claim for tax exemption
  2. Pros and cons for offshore claim
  3. Refined FSIE regime and its impact on offshore claim
  4. Case sharing
  5. Q&A


Clients of Dezan Shira & Associates enjoy free participation. Please send over your Company name + Full name + Title + Email to shanshan.liu@dezshira.com to register for the event.

Otherwise, please register directly with the German Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong:

  • Member Price: HKD 100
  • Non-Member Price: HKD 150
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