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The Impact of the Chinese Social Security Law

The Impact of the Chinese Social Security Law

BritCham reports on the recent changes to China's Social Security Law

Latest Developments on Variable Interest Entities (VIEs)

Latest Developments on Variable Interest Entities (VIEs)

BritCham overview of developments regarding Variable Interest Entities and the risks for foreign investorsB

Follow-up Seminar: The Social Insurance Law for Foreigners

Due to popular demand, we are arranging an additional information sharing session for our members on the soon to be implemented Social Insurance Law. This breakfast seminar will be co-hosted with the Benelux and French Chambers of Commerce and aims to clarify some of the ambiguity which surrounds the upcoming legislation...

Employment Law: Employers Required to Pay Union Reserve Fund for Beijing-based employees

Employment Law: Employers Required to Pay Union Reserve Fund for Beijing-based employees

DLA Piper has prepared the following update about the upcoming Trade Union Reserve Fund which comes into effect on 1 January 2012.The new requirementOn 1 July 2011, the Beijing Federation of Trade Unions and the Beijing Tax Bureau jointly issued a circular on the collection of Trade Union Reserve Funds by Tax Authorities (circular)Pursuant to the circular, the Beijing Tax Bureau will collect the Trade Union Reserve Funds from each enterprise in Beijing at a rate of 2% of the total local payroll (fund)...

Russell Brown in High Court of Hong Kong Victory Against Edward Lehman

Russell Brown in High Court of Hong Kong Victory Against Edward Lehman

In a dispute between the shareholders in LehmanBrown Accounting and Financial Consulting (Beijing) Limited, the High Court of Hong Kong has ruled in favour of Russell Brown.

DLA Piper Advises CSC on Securing Assets During Beluga Insolvency

DLA Piper Advises CSC on Securing Assets During Beluga Insolvency

BritCham-CBBC member law firm, DLA Piper has announced it has been advising and representing the Quinshan Shipyard of China Changjiang National Shipping Group Corporation (CSC) – one of the largest shipyard groups in China – during the insolvency proceedings of the Beluga Shipping Group of Bremen-based entrepreneur Niels Stolberg...

Pinsent Masons Advises on Hong Kong Listing of Noble House

Pinsent Masons Advises on Hong Kong Listing of Noble House

Pinsent Masons has advised Quam Capital Limited, the listing sponsor, and the underwriters on the HK$70 million (£5.7 million) placing of shares and listing of Noble House (China) Holdings Limited on the Growth Enterprise Market of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange...

Member News: Simmons & Simmons Advises Da Cheng and Guotai Junan on First RQFII Funds

Simmons & Simmons has advised Da Cheng International Asset Management Company Limited and Guotai Junan Assets (Asia) Limited on the formation and SFC authorisation of two RMB-denominated retail funds in Hong Kong, which invest offshore RMB directly into China’s domestic securities markets via the Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (“RQFII”) regime...

Simmons & Simmons Continues to Expand China Practice

Simmons & Simmons Continues to Expand China Practice

Law firm Simmons & Simmons continues to expand in China with the appointment of a new Financial Markets Partner in Beijing.

Legal Channels

Legal Channels

David Friesen talks to Jack Yu, Managing Director of Yingke UK, about its expansion into London and other international markets

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