Stream Leader: Associate Professor Charlie Xiao-chuan Weng
The COVID-19 pandemic and changes in the global political landscape continue to significantly impact the global economy and flow of capital and people. Business organisations face unprecedented challenges given the potential changes in the existing supply chains. Corporate and securities laws are critical for businesses to respond quickly to these challenges. Moreover, given that China is one of Australia's primary trading and investment partners, Chinese corporate and securities law has become one of the significant areas of the law requiring more intensive research and discussion in and outside Australia.
The steam's research focus includes the following topics:
corporate law and the law of other non-governmental organisations
the regulation of financial markets and intermediaries
the legal framework of finance, including the law of bankruptcy, corporate reorganisation, and secured transactions
Stream programs consist of lectures, roundtables, a workshop in law and finance, a colloquium series, a lunch program, panels, and symposia, in which academics, government officials, and members of the bar and business community participate.
Issues discussed in this panel include use of China’s corporate social credit system in the pandemic time, the impact of regulations on cross listings under the deteriorating US-China relationship, and a discussion on liabilities of professionals
The campaign of decoupling driven by geopolitics is reshaping our business world. Commercial law plays a critical role in responding to the unpredictable future. This panel discussed these issues and more.
The 2020 CIBEL Global Network Young Scholars Workshop offers a great opportunity for people to listen to scholars who are young but have great potentials in the legal study and profession on their research projects or thoughts that are related to
There is an increasing number of high-tech and innovation companies incorporating in a dual-class share structure globally. In the past two years, jurisdictions such as Singapore and Hong Kong have allowed the structure.
CIBEL's Associate Professor Xiao-chuan Weng published a chapter in the area of bankruptcy in the Tsinghua Financial Law Review (Vol.2, no.2, 2018) which has been published in May 2019 by the Law Press China.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on the global economy and flow of capital and people. Business organisations are facing unprecedented challenges given the incoming wave of economic recession.