Hengka focuses on international tax and transaction tax and advises on a variety of cutting-edge tax matters, including as they relate to tax planning and compliance, tax-efficient structuring, and tax dispute resolution. Hengka is also a trusted adviser in relation to wealth planning and he serves numerous Chinese Ultra HNWI, leading private banks and family offices for global asset protection scheme and handle their offshore trust, ESOP, CRS, immigration, and succession matters. Beyond that, Hengka contributes substantial efforts on non-profit and philanthropy legal practice. He is a pioneer lawyer in the NGO sector and has advised more than 50 international NGOs, United Nations Agency and charitable foundations and philanthropist on a full range of legal issues, advising the legal implications under INGO Law, handling transactions and day-to-day operation for these entities and representing them in structuring, entity formation, fundraising, donation, due diligence, tax incentives application, governance, litigation and internal compliance investigation. He has been appointed to serve as the China representative of CEPI and authorized representative of one famous international educational NGO. Henry is also selected as the Global Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar, and Asia Fellow of AVPN for Impact Investment (funded by Ford Foundation).
The latest articles from Hengka (Henry) Ji
Seizing the Opportunities for NextGen Wealth Management in Asia On September 15, our panel of hand-picked wealth management experts focused their attention on the needs and expectations of the next generations of Asia’s private clients. They debated how the private banks and independent wealth management providers can tailor their offerings and their approaches....
The latest events from Hengka (Henry) Ji