The Tuesday Club: Budget 2020
Budget 2020 has been tabled in Dewan Rakyat on 11 October 2019 and being the second Budget under Pakatan Harapan government with the theme “Driving Growth and Equitable Outcomes Towards Shared Prosperity”. The Government is committed to bringing stability to the Government’s finances and achieving the goal of Vision 2020 with a new growth trajectory under the foundation of “Shared Prosperity Vision 2030” as initiated by YAB Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad.
Let’s get an in-depth analysis and perspective on Budget 2020 at the next Tuesday Club. Join speakers from Rabin & Associates to discuss and exchange views on the budget’s strategies, relevant policy changes and its impact to businesses in Malaysia.
Aneesha Veriah started working in KPMG London after graduating with first class honours from King’s College London. She trained in audit prior to moving into mergers & acquisitions where she served numerous clients across a variety of industries including retail, food & beverage, healthcare, oil & gas, telecommunications and media. Upon her return to Kuala Lumpur, she joined PwC Malaysia focusing on deal advisory before coming out and joining Rabin & Associates as Director of Corporate Services and as a Consultant to Real Time Group. Aneesha is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and was most recently awarded the Woman Entrepreneur of The Year award by Invest Selangor at their Selangor International Business Summit (SIBS) 2018.
Krishnan Dorairaju is a tax consultant with Rabin & Associates with extensive experience in providing tax compliance and advisory services to clients across various industries. He has served in the Big Four as well as medium size tax firms with experience encompasses tax compliance and advisory matters including group restructuring exercise, restructuring of remuneration package, due diligence, withholding tax, tax incentive application, expatriate issues, stamp duty and real property gains tax. He is also actively involved in indirect tax compliance and advisory work. He represents clients in discussion and negotiations with IRB and Customs (RMCD) as part of appeal, audit and investigation or dispute resolution process. Krishnan also regularly speaks at public and in-house seminars and trainings on direct and indirect tax topics.
Those interested to attend can kindly RSVP mageswary.salvarajoo(at)malaysia.ahk.de by 8 November 2019.