Thursday, 5 June, 2014

China's new Company Law - practical implications for investors

Vistra is expanding its AIFMD depositary services in The Netherlands due to increasing demand as a result of regulation.

In March 2014, the Chinese government made significant changes to PRC company law to reduce bureaucracy and boost growth. This is one of the most significant changes in the recent years, affecting the way companies are required to register their capital and investments into the PRC.

Details of the changes can be found in our March Newsletter. Since then, further amendments to the Company Law have changed the documentation requirements for companies.

There are implications for existing companies in China as well as for investors seeking to set up a permanent establishment in China.

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