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[Postponed] [Mar 15 | Shanghai] GCC Knowledge Hub: Impact of Current Geo-Political Situation on Businesses

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[Mar 15 | Shanghai] GCC Knowledge Hub

Impact of Current Geo-Political Situation on Businesses


 Tuesday, 15 Mar 2022, 15:00 PM - 17:30 PM 


Next to the devastating human implications, current geo-political tensions have an increasingly significant impact on companies’ daily business. COVID-19 has already put global supply chains under considerable strain  with the recent geo-political developments, disrupting trading conditions and supply chains, businesses are yet again confronted with challenges and an environment of uncertainty.


In this event, experts from legal field, as well as the financial and supply chain industry will share their insights about the current situation.


Agenda

           15:00-15:30 Registration

             15:30-15:35 Welcome Remarks by German Chamber 

             15:35-15:55 Speech by Mr. Raymond Kok

             15:55-16:15 Speech by Martin Broda & Dr. Moritz Kraemer (Dial-in)

             16:15-16:35 Speech by David Schwerin

             16:35-17:00 Q&A 

             17:00-17:30 Networking




Language: English


Venue: 29/F Pingan Riverfront Financial Center, No. 757 Mengzi Road 


Price: RMB 250 (Member & FoC) , RMB 400 (Non-member)


Please Note

  • Limited seats. Registration on the webite is a must. 

  • Due to the recent resurgence of COVID-19 in Shanghai, please make sure both your health and travel QR codes are green. You will have your tempreture checked when you enter the office building. 

  • Registration Deadline is 14 Mar, 4:00 PM. Fapiao will be sent to you digitally to your registered email address in 15-20 working days after the event.

  • Any question on registration and payment, please contact chamber-east-events@china.ahk.de.


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Events have limited seating, so to ensure your attendance we encourage you to register in advance. We cannot guarantee entry to those that have not pre-registered. If you registered for an event but can not attend, please do let us know in advance.



Please note the views expressed in this event are those of our guest speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the German Chamber of Commerce in China | Shanghai. All our events follow the Chatham House Rule unless otherwise stated. The posting of presentation materials is at the speakers' discretion. We reserve the right to use any photograph/video taken at any of our events.



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  • Attorney-at-Law (Germany), Partner (China), Luther Law Offices
    Raymond Kok, Partner at Luther Shanghai, has been working as a lawyer in the People's Republic of China since 2008. He has extensive expertise and significant experience in corporate and IP law. He also advises on complex cross-border corporate acquisitions and restructurings, negotiations with Chinese contractual partners as well as on compliance. Due to his many years of experience in China, Raymond Kok is considered a competent advisor for European businesses. Raymond Kok regularly gives lectures on Chinese business law and published on PRC Advertising Law in Schotthöfer/Steiner, International Advertising Law, Third Edition (2017), published by Wolters Kluwer.
  • Chief Representative – Head of China, Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg, Shanghai Representative Office
    Mr. Martin Broda has more than 20 years of professional experience in Corporate Banking and an additional 7 years of Financial Advisory expertise with KPMG. He has extensive know-how on Financing, Financial Markets, and Financial Advisory for SMEs and multinational clients, both nationally and internationally. From 2013 to 2016 he has been General Manager of Commerzbank Beijing Branch and joint Country CEO China, being responsible for the Bank’s operations in Northwest-China. Martin has continuously held a number of honorary positions sharing his expertise and professional network with the represented bodies. In Beijing, he had been elected for two terms as Member of the Board and Treasurer of the German Chamber of Commerce and German National Representative in the Supervisory Board of the European Chamber.
  • Chief Economist, Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
    Dr. Moritz Kraemer is Chief Economist and Head of Research at LBBW Bank, based in Stuttgart, Germany. He is also a Senior Fellow at SOAS University of London’s Center for Sustainable Finance and teaches graduate courses at Goethe-University Frankfurt’s House of Finance and Humboldt University Berlin. Before joining LBBW in November 2021, Moritz was Chief Economist of CountryRisk.io, a country- and ESG-risk platform. He also served as the Chair of Economic Advisory Panel at R.J. Fleming & Co. and Independent Non-Executive Director of Scope Ratings, the largest Europe-headquartered Credit Rating Agency. Until 2018 he was at S&P Global as the Sovereign Ratings Group’ Global Chief Ratings Officer, overseeing the analytical work on assessing the creditworthiness of over 130 national governments worldwide.
  • Branch Manager, Rohlig China Limited Shanghai Branch
    David von Schwerin manages one of Rohlig Logistics' largest global branches. A family-owned third-party logistics provider founded in Germany, Rohlig offers customized global solutions across air, sea and rail freight as well as contract logistics. David's educational background includes qualifications in Asia Studies, Management and Chinese Language earned in both Konstanz and Nanjing. Following his graduation he settled in Shanghai permanently in 2008, where he has held various management positions in the logistics and freight forwarding prior to joining Rohlig Logistics in 2018. During his time at the company he has played a valuable role in building the China sales strategy before becoming Shanghai Branch Manager in 2019.
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    Events have limited seating, so to ensure your attendance we encourage you to register in advance. We cannot guarantee entry to those that have not pre-registered. If you registered for an event but can not attend, please do let us know in advance. No-shows who fail to cancel 24 hours before the event will be charged with the full price.

    

    Please note the views expressed in this event are those of our guest speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the German Chamber of Commerce in China | Shanghai. All our events follow the Chatham House Rule unless otherwise stated. The posting of presentation materials is at the speakers' discretion. We reserve the right to use any photograph/video taken at any of our events.