China Exit Strategy-Liquidation and Dissolution
When considering exiting from China, a detailed planning is the key to ensure smooth and successful shut down. To avoid pitfalls and unpleasant surprise, the experienced counsel will go through the procedure and share her rich experience with you.
Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C.
- Background ---why liquidation and dissolution may become a trend
- Preparation for Liquidation and Dissolution
- Unfinished contracts
- Employees: lay off vs Retained Employees
- Custom related Matters
- Process of Liquidation and Dissolution
- Liquidation Committee
- News Announcement
- Tax Audit
- Custom Diagnosis
- Foreign Exchange Deregistration
- Dissolution Distribution
- Cancellation of Bank Account
- Business License Deregistration
Who Should Attend:
In house counsel, CFOs of the Companies who have China operation but consider exit strategy, Tax Advisers
Yanping Wang assists clients in establishing a broad range of business relationships in China, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic alliances.
She has extensive experience in corporate, customs protection, employment, foreign exchange, intellectual property, and real estate law. Her Intellectual Property practice has focused on advising clients with China IP strategy, conducting IP due diligence, IP capitalization and taxation, royalty remit strategy, and custom protection.
A prolific author, Yanping has published several books and articles regarding Chinese commercial law, contracts, and property law while in China. She is a frequent speaker on various aspects of doing business in China.
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About Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C.
Miller Canfield is a full service global law firm representing clients in international transactions; mergers & acquisitions; joint ventures; international arbitration; export controls; real estate; economic incentives; intellectual property; public-private partnerships; and litigation. Clients include multi-national manufacturers, global retailers, financial institutions, public institutions including universities, and privately held companies in industries spanning automotive and next generation vehicles; consumer products; technology; financial services and more. Miller Canfield has 250+ lawyers in 15 offices in the U.S., China, Mexico and Poland and has an associated office in Canada. For more information, visit www.millercanfield.com.