Allen & Overy partners set to present at International Capital Conference
Allen & Overy has announced that three of its Greater China partners are in Paris for the International Capital Conference (ICC).
The partners will present as panellists and include Victor Ho on ‘China and the European investment landscape: an overview of opportunities’; Jane Jiang on ‘Business and the search for capital: the future of financial services in China and Europe’; and Joseph Tse on ‘The challenges of outbound investment: China investing in Europe and Europe investing in China’.
The law firm has a number of partners attending the conference from offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, London and Paris.
Allen & Overy is also a platinum sponsor of the conference of the conference alongside KPMG. The ICC event was co-organised with the China Entrepreneur Club and Fondation Prospective et Innovation.
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