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Day: October 26, 2021

CPA Australia Career Talk Webinar

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] For graduates nowadays, having a strong entrepreneurial mindset could help them excel at work or start a business in the future.  On 20 October 2021, CPA Australia in the UK organized a Career Talk Webinar – “Build Entrepreneurial Mindset and Skills for Successful Job Hunt” for university students.  Our Partner, Thomas Wong, was pleased to be invited as the speaker of the webinar. Written by Mandy Lau,  Administration Department, CW CPA Latest Posts Trending Posts

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Corporate Secretarial

Business Account Opening Solutions in Hong Kong

After incorporating your Hong Kong company, opening a corporate bank accent is vital to starting your business. The international communities have consistently recognized Hong Kong’s inherent strengths in its sound and robust financial system. The city has also implemented a robust set of anti-money laundering control systems, including customer due diligence procedures during the bank account opening process. Common issues related to opening a corporate bank account in Hong Kong are choosing the appropriate bank and preparing information and documents

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China Consulting

Personal Information Protection Law of China

In recent years, with the continuous development of big data, cloud computing, and mobile internet, data compliance has attracted more and more attention across all industries and government authorities around the globe. Data compliance includes data security, data supervision, data storage, other physical security issues, and all aspects of personal information processing. The Personal Information Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China (“PIPL”) will come into force on 1 November 2021, marking a new era in China’s personal information

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China Updates

China Updates – October 2021

China to Impose Higher Fines to Business Operating in Mainland without a Local Legal Entity from 1 March 2022 Any company running a business in Mainland China which needs to hire staff must establish a legal entity. Violators will be subject to higher fines, which will go from RMB 10,000 to RMB 100,00 from 1 March 2022 onwards. Foreign companies that employ individuals or independent contractors to explore the China market will be targeted as well. Even though the authorities might

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