Buying Back Distribution Channels & Compliance Challenges in China

27 March 2017
 -  On demand

China’s retail market continues to provide opportunities for growth. But with the changing spending habits of Chinese consumers, many brands wish to take back the direct distribution rights from exclusive distributors. As a result, the Chinese retail businesses are faced with a challenge – how can they continue to expand at a stable pace?

In this webinar, you will get insights from our legal, accounting and compliance experts as regards to the buy-back distribution channels and ongoing compliance from the legal, HR and accounting perspectives. Our experts will also review the industry trends for 2017 and beyond.

Who should attend this webinar?

  • CEOs and CFOs and finance professionals in the retail industry
  • Compliance officers
  • Tax executives
  • Anyone who is interested to know more about this topic

About our speakers:

Mark Schaub - International Partner, King & Wood Mallesons

Mark specialises in foreign direct investment, M&A and restructuring in China. He has advised on foreign investment projects in all major sectors in China with a cumulative value exceeding USD 20 billion. Familiar with China issues, he is a trusted advisor to companies ranging from family-owned businesses to Fortune 500 companies.

Mark has worked as a lawyer in Shanghai since 1993, working with respected German and American firms before joining King & Wood Mallesons in 2000. He has been consistently recognised as a Leading Lawyer by Legal 500.

Wandy Chan - Head of East China, TMF Group

Wandy heads the client services team for TMF Group East China Region. She has over 18 years of experience in auditing, finance and consulting. She established the national client account management team and strategy, and is responsible for China corporate client services, focusing on operational excellence, costing, innovation of services and relationship management.

Wandy is a member of CPA Australia.