Tuesday 19 July 2016
from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
at Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown.
Registration deadline: 10 July 2016
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Brad Hogg has been around the cricketing circles for more than 20 years and has always been in the discussion of the Australian team selection.
First selected for a Test in 1996, Hogg waited seven years until his next chance but continued to apply his trade in the domestic ranks...
His outwards poking tongue became his trademark as he spun his way into
the new generation of Twenty20 cricket. Retiring from ODI and Tests in 2008,
he focused solely on Twenty20 cricket, a surprise inclusion for the World T20
in 2012 and 2014. In year 2015 and 2016 Brad played for the Kolkata Knight
Riders at age 44.
Brad has completed his 5th Big Bash season with the Perth Scorchers in 2015/6 and looks set to play again in 2016/7.
Craig Wing is a former Australian rugby league star and rugby union player in Japan for Kobelco Steelers and the Japan National Team. A former New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international utility player, Wing played for South Sydney Rabbitohs and Sydney Roosters throughout his decadent NRL career. He began his career in the NRL with the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 1998 in which he continuously impressed coaches and selectors around the nation. He was labelled as an agile, light-footed, try-scoring machine by his soon to be coach Ricky Stuart at the Sydney City Roosters...
In July 2009, Wing announced that he would be leaving the Rabbitohs to play rugby union in Japan and has proven to be an asset to the Japanese Rugby Union as he proves to be one of the strongest and most skilled players in the competition.
By his mid-teens John Marcarian had read his first book on international tax planning and was hooked. John has since become a chartered accountant, international tax advisor and the founder of the global business CST Tax Advisors. Throughout his youth John developed a keen interest in business, sport and travel. At the age of 25, although a tax manager with Deloitte, he recognised that starting his own business was the direction his professional career was headed. In 1992 John founded what is now CST Tax Advisors, and in 2004 he established its Singapore office. Since that time, CST Tax Advisors has spread to many global locations...
The company remains the only business that focuses solely on the tax needs of global expats living throughout ExpatlandTM. A regular speaker, John travels widely, presenting numerous technical and business papers around the globe to organisations such as the American Australian Association, AustCham Singapore, Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce, and Australian Business (in London) to name a few. He has also assisted clients in more than 50 countries.