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19
Jan
Shanghai > Working Group Meeting

Insight Sharing: Hainan Free Trade Port Law (Draft)

The European Chamber cordially invite you to the next meeting, Insight Sharing: Hainan Free Trade Port Law (Draft), presented by Ms Barbara Li, Head of Corporate of Rui Bai Law Firm.

  • 2021-01-19 | 09:30 - 11:30
  • European Chamber Shanghai Office Onsite & Zoom Online
Members only
19
Jan
Beijing > Working Group Meeting

Insight Sharing: Hainan Free Trade Port Law (Draft)

The European Chamber cordially invite you to the next meeting, Insight Sharing: Hainan Free Trade Port Law (Draft), presented by Ms Barbara Li, Head of Corporate of Rui Bai Law Firm.

  • 2021-01-19 | 09:30 - 11:30
  • European Chamber Beijing Office Onsite & Zoom Online
Members only

The European Chamber is delighted to invite you to join the next Financial Services Joint Working Group Meeting: A Critical Review of the Current Situation surrounding Data/Cybersecurity Issues for Foreign FIs in China at 16.00-17.30 pm, 19th January 2021, at the European Chamber.
Register online or email Pablo Galvez at pgalvez@europeanchamber.com.cn before Monday 18th January, COB. You will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the meeting via Zoom after registration closes the day before. You may also attend in person at Shanghai office. Please send an email to pgalvez@europeanchamber.com.cn if your preference is in person attendance.

  • 2021-01-19 | 16:00 - 17:30
  • Either offline attendance in the Chamber's office or online through Zoom
Members only

The European Chamber is delighted to invite you to join the next Financial Services Joint Working Group Meeting: A Critical Review of the Current Situation surrounding Data/Cybersecurity Issues for Foreign FIs in China at 16.00-17.30 pm, 19th January 2021, at the European Chamber.
Register online or email Pablo Galvez at pgalvez@europeanchamber.com.cn before Monday 18th January, COB. You will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join the meeting via Zoom after registration closes the day before.

  • 2021-01-19 | 16:00 - 17:30
  • Online - Zoom (Link to be sent upon confirmation/registration)
Members only

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China is pleased to invite you to a visit to Covestro Shanghai Integrated Site and Suez’s SCIP SITA’s hazardous waste incineration plant, both located in the Shanghai Chemicals Industry Park (SCIP).

  • 2021-01-20 | 07:30 - 14:45
  • Meeting Point: European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, Shanghai office

Recently the Chinese Think tank iGreen (友绿) released the ‘China Green Real Estate Development 2020 Report’ looking at what has been the biggest driving force behind green development of housing enterprises in China. As green practices and improvements become more necessary to remain competitive in the global housing market, so it comes necessary for practitioners involved in China’s real estate market to become accustomed to making use of green clauses with the well-being of the environment in mind, in addition to adhering to logical business sense. While shrinking barriers restricting access to innovative technologies are a key driving force towards China’s green real estate future, China also urgently needs to develop an index system for evaluating the sustainable development of real estate enterprises in the financial industry.

At this meeting Dr. Juanpeng Huang, iGreen will update members on their just-concluded report and reflect on some of the latest development in the industry. He is joined by Ms Karen Xu, Head of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications from our member company White Peak who will elaborate on market developments and opportunities.

  • 2021-01-20 | 09:00 - 10:30
  • European Chamber Office Beijing, 4th Floor, Room C405
Members only

Recently the Chinese Think tank iGreen (友绿) released the ‘China Green Real Estate Development 2020 Report’ looking at what has been the biggest driving force behind green development of housing enterprises in China. As green practices and improvements become more necessary to remain competitive in the global housing market, so it comes necessary for practitioners involved in China’s real estate market to become accustomed to making use of green clauses with the well-being of the environment in mind, in addition to adhering to logical business sense. While shrinking barriers restricting access to innovative technologies are a key driving force towards China’s green real estate future, China also urgently needs to develop an index system for evaluating the sustainable development of real estate enterprises in the financial industry.

At this meeting Dr. Juanpeng Huang, iGreen will update members on their just-concluded report and reflect on some of the latest development in the industry. He is joined by Ms Karen Xu, Head of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications from our member company White Peak who will elaborate on market developments and opportunities.

  • 2021-01-20 | 09:00 - 10:30
  • Either offline attendance in the Chamber's office or online through Zoom
Members only

The maritime industry has no time to waste if it is to meet the IMO’s ambition of at least halving emissions by 2050. Therefore, the Getting to Zero Coalition – launched at the UN Climate Action Summit in September 2019 – is committed to the ambition of commercially viable zero-emission vessels operating by 2030. A key step towards meeting this ambition is for first movers across the maritime sector to come together in commercial-scale demonstration projects. The deployment of zero-emission vessels will require the creation of a new green value chain, involving both old and new stakeholders, which will likely be underpinned by new forms of contractual relationships.

  • 2021-01-21 | 16:00 - 18:00
  • European Chamber Office, Shanghai
Members only

The maritime industry has no time to waste if it is to meet the IMO’s ambition of at least halving emissions by 2050. Therefore, the Getting to Zero Coalition – launched at the UN Climate Action Summit in September 2019 – is committed to the ambition of commercially viable zero-emission vessels operating by 2030. A key step towards meeting this ambition is for first movers across the maritime sector to come together in commercial-scale demonstration projects. The deployment of zero-emission vessels will require the creation of a new green value chain, involving both old and new stakeholders, which will likely be underpinned by new forms of contractual relationships.

  • 2021-01-21 | 16:00 - 18:00
  • European Chamber Office Beijing, 4th Floor, Room C405
Members only

Ms. WANG Yao, Director General of IIGF and Mr. LU Xuedu, the Climate Change Specialistto will share their insights with our members on how China and the companies make use of green finance service to realize objectives of carbon neutrality and sustainable development.

  • 2021-01-22 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Zoom meeting
Members only