IPBA 25th, Hong Kong – “State Owned Enterprises: Its Unique Features & Unique Challenges”

The Inter-Pacific Bar Association’s 25th Annual Meeting and Conference will be held from 6 – 9 May 2015 in Hong Kong.This international legal conference will bring together IPBA members, corporate lawyers, international business lawyers and colleagues from all over the region with the theme: Vision for the Future.

Dr Net Le, Partner at LNT & PARTNERS, Head of Arbitration and Financial Services Practices, will be speaking at IPBA this year in the session “State Owned Enterprises: Its Unique Features & Unique Challenges”.

This session will consider state owned enterprises (SOE’s) from an honest perspective, and more specifically will discuss how  SOE’s are different from private enterprises in terms of their internal approval process, non-business considerations, etc. The panelists will present informed solutions and advise on how to manage cross border investment transactions, and joint ventures with SOE’s. Also to be discussed are recent trends on the privatization of SOE’s against the backdrop of the transformation of command economies into market economies vis-à-vis the realities of the SOE’s negotiating leverage, exemptions and incentives and their continuing presence in large scale investments, infrastructures and resources, utilities, and communications

Please join us in this interesting conversation with the following details:

Topic: “State Owned Enterprises: Its Unique Features & Unique Challenges”. (CBIC Series A: The Future Cross Border Landscape)

Date: Saturday, May 9, 2015

Time: 08:30-10:00

Room: Theater 1, HongKong Convention and Exhibition Center
Committee: CBIC.

You can go to IPBA 25th website for more information about IPBA and registration.

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