AIRA's November 2012 Los Angeles Seminar will provide a critical update on China's bankruptcy law and restructuring environment with presentations by two experts. Professor Charles D. Booth (Carlsmith Ball Faculty Scholar, Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii at Manoa & Senior Advisor, SNR Denton) will discuss the development of bankruptcy law in the PRC including China's old insolvency framework, problems with State-owned enterprises, the effect of the 1997 Asian financial crisis, China's reform efforts and administrative solutions. The second part of Professor Booth's presentation will focus on the Promulgation of the New Bankruptcy Law including an overview of the new law, aspirations for the new law, and reasons why the new law underperformed.
Brent Carlson, CIRA (Director, AlixPartners; with nearly 20 years of China business experience in senior management roles) will discuss the changes in the economic and business environment which may thrust China's bankruptcy law to the forefront in the not too distant future. Participants will have two options for participation: onsite attendance at the InterContinental Los Angeles-Century City, or interactive online participation via simultaneous webcast. The program will be moderated by Teri Stratton, CIRA, Managing Director, Restructuring and Recapitalizations, Piper Jaffray
|Location||InterContinental Los Angeles-Century City—This AIRA event will take place at the InterContinental hotel including a simultaneous webcast with interactive participation for offsite participants.|
|Date/Time||Tuesday, December 4, 2012—3:00-5:00 pm PT; followed by networking reception|
|CPE Credit||Recommended, 2.0 CPE credit hours, field of study—Specialized Knowledge
Recommended, 2 hours CLE credit also available
|Knowledge level||Basic: most beneficial to CPAs and other financial advisors new to a skill or attribute, including individuals at staff or entry level in an organization as well as seasoned professionals with limited exposure to the area.|
|Additional Info||Advance online or day-of-event registration and payment of fee will allow participation in either group live or web-based format, and submission of request for CPE credit upon completion of event. Presenters' materials, evaluation and cpe request forms will be provided to all participants. Web-based (webcast) event participants—will receive special instructions by email and should log in at least 10-15 minutes before the event begins.|
|Format||The program will be delivered as a group-live course at the Los Angeles site ("seminar and reception") in conjunction with simultaneous group-live internet-based delivery ("webcast").|
No refunds or transfers will be made if cancellation is received less than five (5) business days prior to event; however, materials will be sent to the registrant and a discount of $25 will be allowed on a subsequent self study course, if any, that is based on the webcast.
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