Start the new year with Tax insights on Singapore Real Estate investments

Tax insights on investment in Singapore real estate and tax developments

Tax insights on investment in Singapore real estate and tax developments


Event information

KPMG in Singapore is pleased to invite you to join us at our upcoming webinar where we will share tax insights on investment in Singapore real estate and tax developments surrounding this asset class.

It was reported that Singapore property transactions peaked at a two-year high in the third quarter of 2021 with an increase of 12.5% quarter-on-quarter to S$6.95 billion. This webinar will be a timely update for fund managers or investors of Singapore real estate on tax issues.

This session will cover the following topics:

  • Share vs Asset Acquisition - Quick recap of the pros and cons
  • Latent tax issues associated with share acquisition
  • Tax issues when optimising capital structure and interest deductibility through post-acquisition restructuring
  • Recent changes on transfer pricing guidance that applies to inter-company financing
  • Recent changes to Section 13Z exemptions on a share sale
  • Tax planning under the Sections 13X/R tax incentives
  • Case studies on the use of tax insurance policy

This webinar is complimentary, although early registration is recommended. Please indicate your availability to attend this webinar by clicking on the registration button below. 

Should you have any queries, please contact Klenn Yeo at, +65 8819 6801 or Kai Lin Liew at, +65 8339 7831.

We look forward to welcoming you to this webinar.

Thursday, 13 January 2022

4.00pm - 5.00pm

1 hour

Live Webinar


Event Speakers

Teo Wee-Hwee

Teo Wee Hwee

Partner, Head of Real Estate and Asset Management, Tax
KPMG in Singapore

Wee Hwee focuses on real estate M&A in Singapore and across Asia Pacific, fund structuring and REIT formation. He has more than 23 years of tax advisory experience, with the majority of that focusing on real estate transactions. His clients comprise mainly of all kinds of investors that invest into real estate and includes fund managers, developers, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, listed REITs and business trusts.

Wee Hwee is currently the Director and Treasurer of Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA). He actively participates as a presenter for workshops organised by the APREA and Real Estate Development Association of Singapore. He is also an instructor for the Certificate of Real Estate Investment Finance (CREIF). He has spoken on fund/real estate tax topics in various conferences held in Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul, Sydney, Melbourne, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai and Jakarta. A number of these seminars include collaboration or joint talks with brokerage firms such as JLL, CBRE and Savills. 

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