5 Tips for Expanding into Hong Kong and China

About this Event

Considering expanding your business to Hong Kong or China?

Typically, most entrepreneurs would consider whether to open a Hong Kong company or Mainland Chinese company. While both options are popular, these jurisdictions have completely different legal systems and ways of conducting business. Having a Hong Kong company doesn’t mean that you can operate in the same way as a Mainland Chinese company and vice versa. So, which option makes the most sense for your business?

We have invited FastLane and Chak & Associates to have a webinar on the topic where they will share their views on this topic, giving you will have the chance to ask these experts questions.

What we’ll discuss:

– Common company structure in HK and China;
– Registered address requirements and the role of company secretary;
– Ongoing regulatory compliances such as filing with various returns;
– How to avoid director personal liability; and
– How to deregister a Hong Kong company

Who you’ll hear from:

Nicholas Au – Nick is a Project Executive at the FastLane Group, a Hong Kong-based accounting and advisory firm which maintains a special emphasis on helping SMEs. Nick graduated from Syracuse University with honours and received his Bachelor’s degree in International Relations. Nick joined the FastLane Group in 2019 having previously worked at KPMG in their Mergers and Acquisitions and Deal Advisory team.

– Carrie Hui – Carrie is the Partner of Chak and Associates LLP, heading their commercial team. Having been admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2009, Carrie has more than 10 years’ experience in advising commercial matters, including international conglomerate holding structures, tax matters, intellectual property rights, cross-border transactions and operational matters in APAC.