Shanghai's Free Trade Zone: What It Means for Your Business

Shanghai, China | February 26, 2014

Regional Director of the Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta offices of Dezan Shira & Associates, Richard Cant, will be present at the event “Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone: What It Means to Your Business” organized by the Shanghai Business Review at Le Royal Meridien in Shanghai on February 26th. He will discuss topics such as practical, taxation & operational issues of setting up and operating in the Shanghai FTZ. This half-day seminar will touch upon the FTZ developments since September 30th, its key reforms, a panelist discussion and Q&A.

13:30 – 14:00:     Registration

14:00 – 14:40:     The FTZ’s initial purpose, its recent developments and the latest on proposed


14:40 – 14:55:     Coffee break

14:55 – 15:35:     Practical, taxation & operational issues of setting up and operating in the FTZ

                               Richard Cant, Regional Director, Dezan Shira & Associates

15:35 – 15:50:     Coffee break

15:50 – 16:30:     Key reforms benefiting investors in the FTZ

16:30 – 16:45:     Coffee break

16:45 – 17:25:     The financial reform guideline in SFTZ and its implication to corporates

17:25 – 18:00:     Speaker panel discussion and audience Q&A, moderated by Alun John,

                               editor, Shanghai Business Review

For more information on SBR please visit their website

For more information on the event please visit SBR’s events page, email Kate Embley or call +86 (21) 5403 2211 X 39

To sign up for this event online please go to SBR’s events page

The fee for this event is RMB895 or RMB695 for early booking

Richard, an Australian lawyer and Certified Public Accountant, has worked in business and commercial consulting both in Australia and China for the past 20 years. During this time he has amassed a huge wealth of business knowledge, especially in the areas of corporate accounting services and business advisory services in China and Hong Kong.

Want to contact to these experts?
captcha image
The code is case-sensitive