Entries by AmCham Taipei

Tax Luncheon: Tax Challenges & Opportunities for Multinationals

On October 26, AmCham’s Tax Committee hosted a luncheon at the Regent Taipei, where Eunice Kuo, Partner of Deloitte China, gave a presentation on the Tax challenges and opportunities faced by multinational corporations in their supply chain management. Synopsis of Kuo’s Presentation:  Multinational companies have been constantly looking for optimal business transactional structures to streamline their operations […]

AmCham Taipei’s 2016 Annual General Meeting

Celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, AmCham is among the largest, most effective and influential business organizations in Taiwan. With more than 1,000 members, representing more than 500 multinational corporations, AmCham speaks with collective authority on business matters in every sector of the economy. *UPDATE*  The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei is honored to […]

Special Event – Countdown to the US Election

For those expecting fireworks, the AmCham’s Special Luncheon, “Countdown to the 2016 US Presidential Election,” on Oct 19, might have been a disappointment. Rather than political discord, attendees were instead treated to reasoned analysis of the U.S. presidential campaign and its possible ramifications on U.S. policy toward Asia by two keen observers of U.S. politics […]

AmCham Makes Visits to Cabinet Ministers

In recent weeks, an AmCham Taipei delegation led by Chairman Dan Silver has called on two members of the Cabinet to exchange views on pertinent issues. The first meeting was with Minister of Interior Yeh Jiunn-rong and members of his staff on September 26. The main topic was potential ways of enhancing Taiwan’s Administrative Procedure […]

Innovation Council Luncheon: Unlocking the Power of Authentic Experiences through the Sharing Ecnoomy

On October 17, AmCham Taipei’s Innovation Council had the pleasure of hosting Airbnb’s Asia-Pacific public policy lead Mike Orgill, to share his insights with guests and members about the rise of the global “Sharing Economy”. The “Sharing economy” is an umbrella term with a range of meanings, often used to describe economic and social activity […]

Joint Luncheon on Global Banking Regulations

On October 14, Ronald Gould, Chairman of Think Alliance Group, spoke to AmCham members and guests at a Joint Committee Luncheon on the topic of Global Banking Regulations Compliance issues, including Dodd-Frank, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and Know Your Customer rules (KYC). Large multinational financial institutions, regional banks and even predominately Asian financial holdings with only […]

AmCham Members start “Getting Things Done” at Advance Learning Lab Workshop

On October 13, The AmCham Advance Learning Lab hosted “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity” – a workshop featuring instructor Cyrille Jegu, a certified GTD(R) Master Trainer and representative of the David Allen Company in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. GTD, built upon David Allen’s groundbreaking methodology for achieving control and focus amidst a […]

Infrastructure Committee: Taiwan Government Procurement and the Future of Public Works

This event was conducted in Mandarin. 為營造公平合理良性競爭的公共建設環境,工程會積極推動相關改革措施,例如研擬政府採購法修正案;鼓勵機關靈活善用採購策略,重大工程建設採最有利標,評選具履約能力之優質廠商。吳主委將說明具體配套作法,並介紹臺灣公共建設發展現況,以及未來推動之重大公共建設計畫,包括創新臺灣、能源臺灣及便捷臺灣之相關建設,期望促進創新產業,加強綠能建設及便捷海陸空交通,提升臺灣國際競爭力。 Learn more about the AmCham Infrastructure Committee See all upcoming AmCham Taipei Events here.