Bankruptcy Law in China

This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

Join Horizons’ Lucia Myriam Netti as she presents the legal framework for Chinese brankruptcies and the conceptual structure of China’s new corporate bankruptcy law. The webinar will cover:

  • Bankruptcy and acceptance
  • The administrator
  • Transaction avoidance
  • Filing of claims
  • Creditor’s meeting and creditors’ committee
  • Composition
  • Winding-up proceedings

Lucia Myriam Netti, Regional Partner, Horizons Advisory, Shanghai, China

Lucia Myriam Netti oversees the advisory’s activities in the EMEA region, Russia and Belarus. In her multi-faceted role, Lucia serves companies in developing business in the EU and Eastern Europe regions with experience in the Chinese markets. Her expertise includes international, corporate and industrial law, as well as transnational business negotiation and related problem-solving strategies. Lucia works to bridge companies from the territories of EU, Russia and Belarus, as well as facilitate opinions and transactions within the European Union. She oversees corporate matters, particularly the drafting of complex contracts.

Before joining Horizons, Lucia served a number of law firms, acted as a legal consultant to governmental entities, and as counsel in business relations and international issues. She further has a wealth of experience as a highly sought-after university lecturer and workshop speaker in Italy, Russia, Belarus and Moldova. Lucia is a graduate of the University of Law of Turin (Italy). She additionally holds a postgraduate degree from the School of the Legal Careers for Judges and Lawyers (Turin, Italy), as well as a master in international contracts in Milan (Italy).

An Italian national, Lucia is fluent in English and Italian.

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Open to view video. Join Horizons’ Lucia Myriam Netti as she presents the legal framework for Chinese brankruptcies and the conceptual structure of China’s new corporate bankruptcy law. The webinar will cover: Bankruptcy and acceptance The administrator Transaction avoidance Filing of claims Creditor’s meeting and creditors’ committee Composition Winding-up proceedings