The Danish Chamber of commerce in China invites you to their upcoming breakfast meeting titled ‘Agile strategy for foreign executives to avoid personal liabilities’ on 23 April. The event is especially for foreign CEOs and executives who have personal liabilities at stake in China and entrepreneurs creating their business.
More about the event:
Are you interested in learning how you can avoid personal liabilities and navigate the evolving landscape in China? Then this breakfast meeting is for you.
In collaboration with the Benelux Chamber, DaWo Law Firm
China’s tech-driven economy and the country’s evolving legal landscape, demand a reevaluation of the regulatory framework for personal liabilities of executives. Local and international companies now face unprecedented risks that call for robust preparedness and agile strategy, including liability coverage.
Are you ready to tackle these issues? You can be personally at risk! Join DaWo Law Firm and Abacare Group Limited, an international insurance broker, for breakfast and a discussion on how to remain resilient from both legal and insurance perspectives.
About the Speakers:
Jonathan Chapon, General Manager China at Abacare Group Limited
Jonathan is the General Manager of Abacare in China, an international insurance broker. Living in Shanghai since 2009 and with over 10 years of experience at Abacare, he combines an extensive knowledge of the expatriate’s needs with a solid experience in dealing with health and insurance matters – for individuals, families, and international corporates alike. Throughout his long presence in China, Jonathan helped countless people in making the right choice for their coverage and will be glad to share his experience with you.
Xing Hu, Partner, Criminal Practice and Compliance at DaWo Law Firm
Her experience is broad and encompasses a wide range of areas. For over a decade, she provides legal assistance to foreign companies and entrepreneurs in their investment and development in China. She has extensive experience representing clients in civil, commercial, and criminal litigations, including white-collar and corporate crimes. She also regularly advises clients on pre-dispute matters, strategic risk assessment, and control, compliance, and governance issues. Since 2017, Xing is appointed as the legal counsel of the French Consulate General in Shanghai. Xing is trilingual in Mandarin, English, and French.
Date: Friday. April 23rd, 2021
Location: DaWo Law Firm, 567 Weihai Road
Crystal Century Plaza – Suite 20 C-D
Price: 50RMB for Members, 150 for Non-Members