HKIFA webinar – “China PIPL”- practical implementation issues (such as implications to offshore entities, assessments to be conducted, which approaches to choose for outbound transfer, roles of the respective parties in the chain of transfer)
As more guidance has been issued by the mainland regulators re China PIPL recently, we will schedule a webinar at which representatives from Simmons and Simmons will deep dive into the implementation details.
Key learning from the first session of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and the first session of the 14th National People’s Congress
With the successful conclusion of the two sessions in the mainland, we are very honored to invite Dr. Hon TAN Yueheng, JP, Member, Legislative Council of the HKSAR to share with us his insights re the key learning.
In recent years, China has accelerated the opening-up of China’s financial service sector, releasing a series of new policies and guidelines to provide foreign financial institutions easier access to China market. With the further deepening of financial reform and opening-up, a series of foreign financial institutions continue to increase their investment and business in Beijing. Beijing has also further promoted the facilitation of cross-border investment through QDLP and QFLP pilot program.
To enable foreign institutions to better understand China and in particular, Beijing’s foreign investment implementation policies, Beijing Private Equity Association (北京基金业协会) has lined up Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (香港创业及私募投资协会) and HKIFA to jointly hold Beijing QDLP, QFLP Pilot Program Seminar.