Tuesday, August 20, 2019 (8:30 AM - 11 AM)Add to Calendar
Edition Hotel, 3F Meeting Studio 3+5
No. 199,Nanjing Road,Huangpu District, Shanghai
In recent years, the Chinese foreign exchange market has been operating smoothly and the supervision on cross-border foreign exchange flow has also become increasingly mature. During the process of capital account openness and interest rate marketization, regulatory policies are constantly bringing forth new ideas under the framework of prudent management. Apart from the compliance requirements on foreign exchange settlement related to routine foreign exchange flow under current accounts (trade and non-trade items). New guidelines and policies have been introduced on capital account management including the practical issues regarding new calculation method of foreign debt quota and its transition policy, cross-border cash pooling and streamline foreign loan procedures for foreign debt have attracted extensive attention of foreign investment enterprises in China.
As the major channel of cross-border payment, banks are playing an especially important role in foreign exchange management. This workshop will focus on analyzing important policy changes and practical procedures related to cross-border capital flow from banking perspective, exploring on how foreign investment enterprises should enhance foreign exchange compliance, as well as dealing with capital account transactions without practical risks by understanding and capitalizing the new policies.
The workshop will be held in Chinese and participants active in compliance, legal, tax and financial controller, CEO and other relevant fields are welcome to raise questions and join discussion.
Language: Chinese 中文
Price: Member: 250 RMB / Non-member: 400 RMB
(To be paid onsite by Cash, WeChat, Alipay or Credit Card)
Venue: Edition Hotel, 3F Meeting Studio 3+5
No. 199,Nanjing Road,Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
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