Webinar - Navigating the New Company Law in China

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Business Consultancy Fidinam Shanghai Events & Webinars International Business Expansion Asia Pacific

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Thursday 6 June 2024
Time: 15:00 - 16:00 China Standard Time / 09:00 - 10:00 CET

China's new Company Law, set to take effect from 1 July 2024, brings significant changes that will impact foreign-invested companies operating in the country.

This legislation introduces new compliance requirements, operational adjustments, and governance practices that businesses must adopt to stay compliant and competitive in the evolving Chinese market.

Key changes include:

  1. Enhanced corporate governance: New rules on board structure, shareholder rights, and fiduciary duties.
  2. Increased compliance requirements: Stricter regulations on financial reporting and internal controls.
  3. Operational adjustments: Changes in registration procedures, capital requirements, and operational transparency.

To help business owners understand and navigate these changes, Fidinam Shanghai is hosting a webinar in collaboration with Shanghai BNLS Law Firm.

The webinar will provide detailed insights into the new Company Law, its implications for foreign-invested enterprises, and practical advice on how to adapt to these changes effectively.

Webinar details

Date: 6 June 2024

Time: 15:00 – 16:00 China Standard Time / 09:00 – 10:00 CET

Meeting link will be shared after registration


  • Tommaso Colli, Managing Director, Fidinam Shanghai
  • Zach Lichtblau, Principal Consultant, Shanghai BNLS Law Firm

Who should attend?

Business owners and decision-makers who are currently operating in China or planning to enter the Chinese market will find this webinar particularly beneficial.

Why attend?

  • Gain expert insights from leading legal and business professionals.
  • Understand the critical changes in the new Company Law and their practical implications.
  • Learn strategies to ensure compliance and optimize your business operations under the new regulations.

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