Event Details

Our BLCC connection in Shanghai DaWo Law Firm has kindly offered to present a 3 piece webinar series to update our business communities on the current corporate legal landscape in Mainland China. The 3 events will take place on 9, 15 and 23 July and are interconnected. We recommend attending all 3 if possible.


These 3 power lunch webinars are short & punchy with a brief speaking slot followed by Q&A. Moderation will be provided by Ms. Carmen Bakas, she is an associate professor International Investment Law at Fudan University, Shanghai and a Counsel at DaWo.

Our third speaker will be Mr. Gan Wang. Gan is a partner at DaWo, in charge of the firm's Corporate & Tax practice, and is a China-qualified attorney. He is also a member of the China Certified Tax Agents Association.


This webinar will cover the latest policies related to the Hainan FTP. Gan will also talk about the impacts of the FTP on China's economic development in the post-Covid world, as well as foreign investment opportunities in the FTP, with a comparison to the Shanghai Free Trade Zone and Hong Kong, the long-standing separate customs territory.


This webinar series is co-hosted by several HK Chambers as well as BenCham in Mainland China.

Other Speakers

Carmen Bakas (Counsel at DaWo Law Firm Shanghai)

Carmen Bakas

Counsel at DaWo Law Firm Shanghai

Carmen Bakas will take care of the introductions during our Power Lunch Series, and she will also be available for Q&A.Carmen is a Dutch qualified law...

Read more

Member Ticket

Member Price

* Webinar link will be sent prior to event
* Registration required

  • Free
Register

Non-member Ticket

Public Price

* Webinar link will be sent prior to event
* Registration required
* Sign up today for 2020 BLCC Membership (6 months @50% of the yearly rate)

  • HKD 50.-
Register

Organizer

With thanks to:

Venue

Webinar
Hong Kong

Dial-in or joining link will be sent before the event

See route

Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email robin.heemskerk@blcchk.orgYou can also reach us at +852 69252537