Hosted by Llinks Law Offices
, this webinar series is designed to keep you updated with the latest legal and regulatory environment in China.
The fist Webinar will focus on China's new Foreign Investment Law
Following the enactment and implementation of China’s new Foreign Investment Law (FIL), more than 375,000 existing wholly foreign-owned enterprises (WFOEs) in China are subject to new compliance requirements and they need to be converted into limited liability companies before the end of 2024. This leads to questions such as:
• How to set up an entity in China under the new FIL regime?
• How to adapt to the new FIL and ensure full compliance?
• How would a foreign entity in China navigate the key issues such as negative list and access permit (including further liberalization of the financial sectors), capital flow and currency control, downstream investment and acquisition funding etc.
In this webinar, we will be looking at the FIL and how it impacts foreign investors looking to enter the Chinese market and those already operating in China.
Partner of Llinks Law Offices, London
Yuhua graduated from Peking University China with an LL.B. degree and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. She obtained an LL.M. degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Certificate of Study in Business and Public Policy from the Wharton School in the U.S.
Yuhua specializes in international practices, serving both Chinese and international clients fields as diverse as Corporate and Commercial, Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, M&A, Private Equity, Venture Capital and International Dispute Resolution.
Prior to joining Llinks Law Offices, Yuhua worked at law firms in London, New York and Hong Kong.
Yuhua is qualified to serve on the board of listed company as a non-executive independent director. She also serves the EU SME Centre as a Legal Expert and is listed on the panel of legal experts experienced in international legal practice, which is recognized by the Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China.
Yuhua was recommended by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017.
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