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Astana, Kazakhstan • 06 September, 2022 | 11:27

British-Kazakh Society to Host Webinar on Investment Climate in Kazakhstan

The panel will include speakers from Rio Tinto and Ernst & Young

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The British-Kazakh Society is hosting a webinar on September 6 that will discuss how recent tax changes in Kazakhstan will affect the business environment in the country, QazMonitor reports citing the website of the British-Kazakh Society (BKS). 

The webinar will gather experts from different disciplines to cover key factors, such as the government objectives behind tax changes and tax code amendments. The focus of the discussion will be on how the mineral extraction tax and lifting of the dividend tax exemption will affect the business environment. 

The discussion will be followed by a live Q&A session where participants will have an opportunity to ask experts their most burning questions. Simultaneous interpretation from English to Russian will be available for this segment.  


  • TBC - Kazakhstan Government Representative - "RoK View Especially Tax Policy"

  • Garry Wright - Rio Tinto, General Director Exploration - "The Mineral Extraction Tax and the Effect this Will Have on the Industry"

  • Daniel Witt - International Tax and Investment Center, President - "Broad and Independent View"

  • Roman Yurtayev - Ernst & Young Kazakhstan LLP, Tax Services, Associate Partner - "Tax Code Article (264) Limiting Tax Deductibility of Intra-Group Charges"

The RSVP link is available on the BKS website. The registration link will be provided the day before the webinar. Registration will close on September 6, at 1:00 a.m. Nur-Sultan time.

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