Recent trends in Chinese foreign investment rules, and their impact on M&A transactions
Erik LeyssensRan Hu ASSOCIÉEParisShanghai
Ran HuFanny Nguyen ASSOCIÉEShanghai
Fanny NguyenJean-Yves Toullec AssociéHong Kong
Jean-Yves ToullecNicolas Vanderchmitt AssociéHong KongParis
Nicolas VanderchmittHubert Bazin AssociéShanghai
Hubert BazinRaphaël Chantelot AssociéParisShanghaiTokyo
In March 2019, the National People’s Congress (NPC) adopted the new Foreign Investment Law, which aims at replacing by early 2020 the current regulations on joint ventures and WFOEs and unifying the legal regime of all enterprises under the PRC Company Law. As an increasing number of Chinese private enterprises become the target of foreign companies’ acquisition projects: what to expect from the new rules?
- The impact of these changes on the governance of existing and future foreign-invested enterprises
- The persistent obstacles and pitfalls when carrying out M&A transactions in China
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Date and Time: Thursday 27 June 2019 | 8:30 – 10:00
Location: French Chamber, 18/F On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong