The New Restriction of China on Representative Offices
The AIC plans to be stricter across the board on various non-compliance issues including a new requirement that a representative office can only have four representatives.
Join AustCham Shanghai and Nicolas Groffman from Mallesons as he gives an update on the new regulations and how they will impact your business.
Nicolas Groffman, Partner, Mallesons Stephen Jaques
Nicolas is a partner in our Beijing office. He has a broad based corporate and M&A practice with a focus on China foreign direct investment (FDI), corporate and commercial and corporate regulatory compliance.
Having worked in China for over 10 years, Nicolas is also experienced in dispute resolution and financing. He has particular expertise in the telecommunications and media, real estate, climate change and clean energy sectors as well as experience in the areas of labour law, construction, automotive and financial services industries.
Qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales, he graduated from Cambridge University and completed his training at Simmons & Simmons before working for three years in the Shanghai office of O’Melveny & Myers, a leading LA-based firm. Nicolas has published several articles in the area of foreign investment in China. He speaks, reads and writes Chinese (fluent Mandarin).
Reserve your attendance by Monday 22 Feb 2010 with Helen Li, Administrative Assistant via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk In Policy: Please note that if you show up on the day of the event without a booking you will be charged a 50RMB “walk in” fee if spaces are still available. Cancellation Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing 24 hours in advance. AustCham will pass on any costs incurred for no shows to the persons concerned.
Click here to RSVP.