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Welcome to the 2018 Allen & Overy Hong Kong Seminar Programme


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Wed 6 June 2018
12:30 - 13:45

9th Floor, Three Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong

Comparative analysis of bonds v. loans - structuring in the PRC

We continue the highly popular comparative discussion on bonds versus loan transactions by reviewing the relative structuring issues involved, coupled with additional complications that arise when navigating the PRC regulatory framework. REGISTRATION for this seminar will be opened on 23 May 2018.
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Fri 15 June 2018
12:45 - 13:45

Morgan Stanley - Level 46 International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon

ICC SEMINAR: Data privacy and transfer with a focus on GDPR

With just over a month to go until the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, this seminar will consider the key changes, and when and how it will apply to Hong Kong businesses. If it does apply, what steps should be taken to ensure compliance and how this interact with existing data protection laws in Hong Kong. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SEMINAR IS EXCLUSIVE FOR STAFFS WHO WORK AT CREDIT SUISSE, DEUTSCHE BANK AND MORGAN STANLEY.
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Wed 27 June 2018
12:45 - 13:45

Deutsche Bank - Level 52 International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon

ICC SEMINAR: Global trends in private M&A

Each year we analyse private M&A transactions we have advised on around the world, to gauge the state of the market and to give our clients a clear sense of how trends are changing. Our analysis in 2017 of our global private M&A deals indicates, amongst other things: M&A volumes remaining strong, despite some adverse trends such as moves towards greater intervention on foreign investments in some markets with competition remaining high for quality assets and private equity strategies for winning auctions paying off with some notable wins; more deals than ever subject to antitrust and regulatory approvals, but sellers increasingly pushing the execution risk back to buyers; and a general hardening of seller position on deal terms, with more risk than ever pushed onto warranty and indemnity insurance. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SEMINAR IS EXCLUSIVE FOR STAFFS WHO WORK AT CREDIT SUISSE, DEUTSCHE BANK AND MORGAN STANLEY.
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