The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on the global economy and flow of capital and people. The campaign of decoupling driven by geopolitics is reshaping our business world. Corporate law is critical in allowing businesses to respond quickly to these challenges.
This session was chaired by Associate Professor Charlie Xiao-chuan Weng and joined by Associate Professor Lauren Yu-Hsin Lin of the City University of Hong Kong, Associate Professor Wei Zhang of the Singapore Management University, and Dr Xiaochen Zhang of ZheJiang University of Finance and Economics. The panel explored significant issues in corporate law in the turbulent times. Issues discussed in this pannel 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 in securities fraud litigations in China.