Launch ceremony of DOCVIT PE fund dispute resolution new product line and seminar on PE fund hotspot dispute resolution in the context of financial pattern reshaping

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PE fund dispute resolution in the context of financial pattern reshaping in the new era 

In July, 2017, the Fifth National Financial Work Conference decided to establish The Financial Stability and Development Committee of the State Council. In Mar., 2018, the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress deliberated on and approved the State Council’s institutional reform plan, and China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission was formally established; the committee would integrate the functions of China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) and China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) and serve as a public institution directly under the State Council. The formation of the new financial regulation pattern of “one committee, one bank and two commissions" has exerted a profound influence on China’s financial system. 

In the context of new financial pattern reshaping, PE fund as an important part of the financial field faces great tests and opportunities. What are the characteristics of PE fund’s risk environment in the new situation? In the face of the new investment trend, what will become of PE fund’s internal control and compliance? What hot and focus issues should not be ignored in the field of PE fund dispute resolution? 

In order to discuss the above issues in depth, Beijing DOCVIT Law Firm and the Green Legal Global Alliance (GLGA) will hold a seminar on “PE fund hotspot dispute resolution in the context of financial pattern reshaping”. At this seminar, DOCVIT PE fund dispute resolution new product line will be released; the product line studies in-depth the changes, opportunities, challenges and problems facing PE fund in the context of financial pattern reshaping and, from a legal perspective, and interprets PE fund dispute resolution’s innovation breakthrough, risk prevention & control, and diversified resolutions.

Activity Agenda

Session 1: Topic discussion: PE fund hotspot dispute resolution under the new financial pattern 13:30-15:00

1. Opening remarks by moderator 

2. Keynote speeches 

3. Discussion and exchange of views 

Topic 1: Overview of PE fund’s risk environment in the new situation 

Topic 2: PE fund’s internal control and compliance in the new investment trend 

Topic 3: Diversified resolutions of PE fund dispute in the context of pan-asset management 

4. Group-photo taking 

Session 2: Launch and interpretation of DOCVIT PE fund dispute resolution new product line 15:00-15:20

1. Launch ceremony of DOCVIT PE fund dispute resolution new product line

2. Interpretation of DOCVIT PE fund dispute resolution new product line 

Session 3: Symposium on PE fund dispute resolution 15:20-16:30

Topic 1: Penal priority and identification of duty-related crimes in PE fund disputes 

Topic 2: Legal risk prevention & control of PE fund’s innovative investment ways 

Topic 3: The way to dissolve cross-border PE fund dispute & contradiction 

Topic 4: Risk of investor run and crisis management 

Topic 5: New ways of dispute resolution in PE fund exit 

Tea Break: 16:30-16:50

Session 4: Free talk 16:50-17:50 

Topic 1: How does LP survive PE dispute 

Topic 2: GP and LP’s control game dispute resolution 

Topic 3: Prevention & control of risks in identification of PE nesting 

Topic 4: Dispute resolution in PE fund insolvency liquidation 

Topic 5: Tax-related PE dispute resolution in the context of tax compliance 

Session 5: Meeting summary 17:50-18:00

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  • 2019-07-13

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