Appleby partner speaks about Chinese investments structured via BVI companies
Appleby partner Judy Lee spoke at the recent China Offshore Summit in Shanghai about Chinese investments structured via British Virgin Islands (BVI) companies.
The China Offshore Summit provides an in-depth discussion across the board in relation to the rapid expansion of Chinese outbound investments and strategies for diversification outside China.
Lee’s presentation covered key inbound and outbound investment trends in China and focused delegates on the reasons why the BVI dominates offshore new company registration activities and is an offshore jurisdiction of choice for Chinese investors.
She also talked about the resurgence of stock exchange listings and how investors should prepare to list on the Hong Kong or other major stock exchanges such as the NASDAQ or London.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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