In the second part of this series, Ivan Jin, Allen Liu, Bella Cao and Huppert Hu of Merits & Tree Law Offices look at the ever-expanding opportunities for cooperation between insurance companies and foreign investors amidst a complex regulatory landscape
In the first part of a two-part series, Ivan Jin, Allen Liu, Bella Cao and Huppert Hu of Merits & Tree Law Offices explain how foreign capital and Chinese insurance funds can aim to “dance with harmony” in China’s private equity market, as they navigate multiple regulatory and practical challenges
Draft law to boost protection against systemic risks; SPC amends rules on summary procedures, service of litigation documents, small claims, and judicial confirmation; Policymakers aim to knock down localism and unify market standards
Kevin Yuan, Lucca Li and Jocelyn Chen of FenXun Partners discuss China’s efforts to support continuous financial innovation in 2021 based on steady development including taking steps to protect the security of personal data in the midst of rapid developments in finance and technology, implementing detailed rules and new initiatives related to fintech innovation, and taking clear steps to open up the financial market to the outside world.
Charles Wu and Zaiguang Lu of Han Kun Law Offices review the significant legislative developments of 2021 affecting China’s private equity and venture capital industry, and offer insights on the key trends, challenges and opportunities in the sector