New regulations and substantial changes to Law on Enterprise 2020 and Law on Investment 2020 have recently been adopted in Vietnam.
In this hybrid event, with the partnership of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao and the Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, the legal procedure to set up a FIC in Vietnam will be discussed with reference to the two aforementioned laws. Regarding the former, the new stipulation on capital contribution; the payment for capital transfer transactions and the responsibility of legal representatives will be explored. The latter will cover the new list of restricted sectors applicable to foreign investors; the list of businesses with conditional market access; investment incentives and changes in the requirements for M&A approvals.
Don’t miss out! Attend this event to apprehend valuable insights into Vietnam’s FIC business landscape in the context of its new regulations.
📅 7 September
🕐 12.30-1.30 pm HKT
📍 theDesk Admiralty, 5/F United Centre
💻 webinar livestream available too!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Mr Alessandro Pedrinoni, CEO at Fidinam Asia Pacific and Managing Director at Fidinam Vietnam
Alessandro Pedrinoni is a senior executive with more than 20 years of experience in strategy, business consulting, financial analysis and corporate services. He has worked in Italy, the United Kingdom, mainland China, Hong Kong and Vietnam. His academic credentials include an Executive MBA at Instituto de Empresa (IE Business School).
Ms Sara Silenzi, Senior Manager of Italian Desk at Fidinam Hong Kong
Sara Silenzi is experienced in International Corporate and Tax law. During her career, she has had different opportunities to oversee several Vietnamese companies’ incorporation. She holds a law degree from the University of Parma (Italy) and a second Level Master in Business and Company Law from LUISS University Guido Carli (Rome). She passed the Italian Bar Exam in 2015.
Ms Anne De Roulhac, Head of French Desk at Fidinam Hong Kong
Anne De Roulhac has 10 years of experience in corporate structuring, commercial agreements and taxation in France, mainland China and Hong Kong. She graduated in 2007 in France (Paris – Sorbonne University) in international taxation and business law and was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2011 as a French qualified lawyer.