BCCT Eastern Seaboard Tax Briefing

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Date & Time: Fri 17-Nov-2023 17:00  
Location: Auditorium room, 4th Floor, Executive Tower, Holiday Inn Pattaya
Duration: 1 hour
Member Cost: THB 200.00
Non-member Cost: THB 200.00


Topic: New Revenue Department Guidelines on tax treatment of foreign source income remitted to Thailand

These new guidelines from the Revenue Department have led to much concern and generated much comment. The BCCT Legal & Tax Working Group established a sub-group of experts from these member companies – Administration Outsourcing, Baker McKenzie, Bangkok Global Law, BDO in Thailand, Grant Thornton, PKF and Silk Legal – in order to work together to create a working position on the issue. BCCT would like to thank all for their time and hard work. This is the first event presenting the results of this collaboration.   


Date: Friday 17th November 2023 

Time: 5-6pm 

Venue: Holiday Inn Pattaya (Auditorium room, 4th floor, Executive Tower) 


  • Melea S. Cruz - Partner – Head of Tax & Legal, BDO in Thailand
  • Steve Wilson – International Tax Partner, Administration Outsourcing

Cost: THB 200 for members and non-members with prepayment online when booking


  • Online Payment options are available when confirming your booking (recommended). Online payment when you book is the simplest way to do this.
  • Bank transfer is also available to Kasikorn Bank 709-2-36464-4 and email finance@bccthai.com to verify for a receipt.

Booking: please click booking link below. 

More about speakers

“Melea, Tax Partner at BDO in Thailand, has been providing tax advisory and compliance services to both corporate and individual taxpayers in Thailand and cross-border for over 25 years.  Steve has over 30 years' international tax experience gained in tax consultants and corporates in London, Singapore, Moscow, Gibraltar and Thailand. Melea and Steve will togetherl be providing their insights on the newly issued tax guidelines of the ‘remittance rule’ of foreign source income earned by tax residents of Thailand.  They may also share their views on how to navigate the new guidelines.”

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