Seminar China’s 13th Five-Year-Plan & Compliance for International Companies

SAVE THE DATE: 11. December 2015

 

Language: English

Time: 8:15 – 10:30 Uhr

 

 

 

The following SME Seminar will focus on China’s Economic and Financial Situation. Details on China’s 13th Five-Year Plan were revealed recently, setting “maintaining medium-high growth,” highlighting the ideas of innovation, coordination, green development, opening up and sharing to fulfil its goals. On the one hand side, China wants to open itself more to the world economy, while on the other hand side the government is tightening the strings of regulations and requirements foreign invested companies in China have to follow.

This can also be seen at the annual audit, which is widely seen as a burden by the entrepreneurship, a jungel of rules, deadlines and requirements on the annual audit that is causing headache for most CFOs. 

 

 

Speaker 1:

Tom Rafferty

Tom Rafferty, Senior Analyst Asia at The economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), holds an MPhil in Internatinal Relations and a  BA in Modern History, both from the University of Oxford. He has published across a range of subjects in relation to China, both inside and outside the EIU, including on leadership politics, the future of manufacturing and business opportunities in regional cities. He is a Beijing-based analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit.

 

 

 

Speaker 2:

Grace 150x225

Grace SHI, CPA, CTA is a Partner at Ecovis in Beijing. She has over 14 years of experience in accounting, auditing and tax advisory services to both international accounting firms and large domestic corporations. She is highly qualified with an international MBA and US Global Finance Master degree. Further, she is a Chinese Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since 2001 and a Chinese Certified Taxation Agent (CTA) since 2002. Before joining Ecovis she used to be the head of a leading international firm in Beijing for 6 years and CFO of a local company.

 

 

 

Fee: BenCham Members: RMB 100 / Non-Member: RMB 200

 

Venue: Conrad Beijijng, 29 North Dongsanhuan Road, Chaoyang District Beijing, 100027 China  

 

Registration: Until December 9, 2015 at margarete.schuetz@ecovis.com 

 

Please note: In case you registered but cannot attend, please remember to cancel your reservation 24 hours in advance.