By Invitation Only

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr. Lawrence Wong will deliver the 2023 Budget Statement on 14 February 2023 which aims to strengthen the nation’s resilience. 

Join us as we walk you through the key highlights of Budget 2023 which targets to boost Singapore’s business competitiveness and help Singaporeans thrive in today’s uncertain global environment. Chief Economist & Head of Treasury Research & Strategy, Global Treasury Division at OCBC Bank, Selena Ling will share her expert views on what the 2023 Budget means for the Singapore economy.

Additionally, we will also look at sustainability measures that the Government is implementing to protect the environment, raise revenue and grow the economy. In this session, we will share Singapore’s tax policies on sustainability and what factors businesses should consider.

Lastly, a fireside chat that brings together an economist, and business and tax advisors to sum up their views on the key proposals and their impact on Singapore businesses.


 Event: Singapore Budget 2023 Seminar
 Date: 27 February 2023 (Monday)
 Time: 2.00pm to 5.00pm (Registration starts at 1:15pm) 
 Organiser: RSM with strategic partner OCBC Bank
 Location: Big Picture Auditorium, 
 Capital Tower, Level 9 168 Robinson Road, Singapore 068912 
 Nearest MRT station: Tanjong Pagar, Exit F 
 If you are driving, the entrance of the carpark is situated along Cecil Street. Keep to the extreme rightmost lane upon  entering Cecil Street as the entrance to the carpark is a short drive from the junction. 
 (refer map image below)
 Fee Per Pax: Admission by Invitation Only (Limited to 2 registrants, per company, first come, first served)
 CPE Hours: 2.5 hours and the completion of feedback form.
 Confirmation:             Due to limited capacity, please look out for our follow up emails if your registration is successful.



Budget highlights and how they may impact your business

Law Wei Lin, Tax Director, RSM

Budget 2023 and implications for the Singapore economy

Selena Ling, Chief Economist & Head of Treasury Research & Strategy, Global Treasury Division, OCBC Bank

ESG – Why it matters and what we can expect

Dennis Lee,  Head of Business Consulting, RSM

Fireside chat on Singapore Budget 2023

Selena Ling, Chief Economist & Head of Treasury Research & Strategy, Global Treasury Division, OCBC Bank

Tay Woon Teck,  Partner & Head of Private Client Services, RSM

Koh Puay Hoon, Partner & Head of Tax, RSM

Law Wei Lin, Tax Director, RSM


Click here to learn more about our speakers.



Please email us at [email protected] or call +65 6594 7953/ 6594 7954 should you have any questions concerning registration.



Registrations are subject to confirmations; priority will be given to invited guests/clients.

The organisers reserve the right to change the venue, date and programme due to circumstances beyond our control.

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Kindly note that bottled water will no longer be issued as part of our green efforts.  Coffee/tea/cold drinks are however available during the tea break.