2018 is almost coming to a close, as the Holiday season approaches. What are your new year resolutions? Just for your reference, below are a few upcoming JCCI events in 2019. For questions and/or registration, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-246-8001. We will be closed on Christmas day and January 1-3. On behalf of the entire team at JCCI, we wish you a Happy Holidays!
January 18, 2019– 2019 New Year’s Panel Discussion
12-12:30 Lunch/12:45-3:00 Panel Discussion/2F Rose Room, Nippon Club Tower $100 Members/$150 General/$50 Students
Considering President Trump’s advocacy for America First, protection of domestic employment, and immigration control, what’s next for us?As we’ve passed the year dealing with trade wars, how do we manage the relationship between U.S. and China? What is the future of the Japan-U.S. economy and security? What should Japan pursue in the future?This panel discussion will feature expert analysis from our speakers, touching on topics including but not limited to economics, finance, politics, diplomacy, society, and 2019 prospects under the Trump regime.
February 6, 2019—JCCI and Mayer Brown LLP’s Outline of New Trends and Measures for US Employment
2:00-4:00/5F Nippon Club Sakura Room/FREE for Members/$20 General
Today, the environment surrounding employment in the US is becoming increasingly complicated, as employers are required to understand the laws and strive to improve and strengthen the compliance system in the workplace. In this seminar, presented by Mayor Brown partners Satoru Murase,Marcia Goodman, Kimiko Takeda, and Shoko Noichi, they will review 2018, from the birth of the MeToo Movement to the recent trends in the US Employment Act. In addition, they will explain the issues with the US employment visa and the future of the expatriate system with case study examples. This seminar will be conducted in Japanese.
February 14, 2019—JCCI, Nippon Club, and Deloitte LLP’s 2019 Tax Seminar
2:00-5:00/Reception 5:00-5:30/2F Nippon Club Rose Room/$80 Members/$100 General
A year has passed since the drastic tax reform bill “TaxCuts and Jobs Act” was drafted for the first time in about 30 years. Since then, Japanese companies have been affected by BEAT taxation, immediate amortization of fixed assets, deductible payment of interest payment, reduction of tax rate of personal income tax, and the reduction of pass-through income.The seminar will go over the latest trends and relevant matters on the ever-changing tax revision law. This seminar will be conducted in Japanese.
- Corporate Tax, facilitated by Toshiro Ikeda,partner; Yuri Muraoka, senior manager
- Transfer Pricing Taxation, facilitated by Emiko Hashimoto, Managing Director; Yuuto Utsunomiya, Manager
- Personal Income Tax, facilitated by Takashi Kishimoto, Senior Manager