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30
Mar
Beijing > Working Group Meeting

Banking & Securities Chairs Election

The Banking & Securities Working Group will hold Chair elections on March 30.

The Chairperson and Vice Chairs play a crucial role in driving the Working Group, including a leading role in the drafting of the annual Position Paper, in communicating key messages to Chinese and European government authorities, and in steering activities of the Working Group. The ideal Chair and Vice Chair is a senior industry representative with relevant expertise and government contacts who has the time and willingness to support the Working Group for 12 months. Previous participation in the Working Group is essential. Before applying for the position of Chair or Vice Chair, we recommend that you obtain approval from your company.

The maximum duration of the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson position is three consecutive years. Only candidates who are physically based in China are eligible to run for Chair or Vice Chair positions.

The Banking & Securities Working Group is going to elect one Chair and two Vice Chairs (one in Beijing and one in Shanghai).

  • 2020-03-30 | 16:00 - 17:00
  • Zoom meeting (online or via call in)
Members only
30
Mar

Ms. Amy Su, North China Career Leader and China Principal at Mercer, will share the insights from the remuneration survey in both China and Asia Pacific regions and provide the recommendations for the employers on the agile remuneration plan in 2020.

  • 2020-03-30 | 14:00 - 15:30
  • Zoom
Members only

In today's technology-rich environment, companies increasingly get involved in technology licensing and recognize the value of data as a business asset that should be protected and can be exploited through licensing to other parties for more synergy.

Companies therefore can encounter a range of agreements that implicate the protection and treatment of technology, data and related intellectual property (IP) rights. Where one party is seeking to exploit a software, a data feed or has developed a database it wishes to license, data and IP issues may be the specific focus of a transaction. However, those issues also arise as an ancillary consideration in other licenses and commercial transactions, e.g. technology services arrangements or as capital contribution for joint ventures.

  • 2020-03-31 | 14:00 - 15:30
  • ZOOM Online Meeting
Members only