High-level summit: EY Nordic China Summit 2013

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Press invitation 20130319

EY Nordic China Summit 2013 takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on March 22, 2013.  This year the Summit features prominent speakers such as Lone Fønss Schrøder, Chairman of Audit Committee Volvo PV and Director Volvo PV, Jan Ståhlberg, Deputy CEO, EQT Partners, ZZ Zhang, President Greater China, Sandvik and Guo Xin, General Manager, Bank of China Sweden.

China and the Chinese market are still in rapid change. How will the new political leadership change affect the Nordic businesses? How can leaders at a multinational corporation be successful in a cross-cultural environment? What about the implications with transactions, tax and corruption in China?

Discuss with the experts and exchange hands-on experiences on current issues with major Nordic corporations with well-established operations in Greater China.

Key highlights from the Summit’s program include:

  • Xi Jinping’s China dream and its effects on Nordic companies
  • Cross-cultural leadership between Nordics and China – differences and similarities
  • Private Equity experts’ views on transactions with Chinese investors
  • Corruption - lessons learned, significant risks and prevention
  • Experiences on implementation of tax strategies

For further information and full program, please visit: http://www.ey.com/ncs2013

The Summit takes place at the EY’s head office in Stockholm, Jakobsbergsgatan 24, from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm on March 22. To request invitation, please contact Victoria Wang, China & Asia – Nordic Desk EY victoria.wang@se.ey.com

Contact
Victoria Wang, Nordic China Summit Project Manager, victoria.wang@se.ey.com, + 46 727 199 018
Jenny Bildsten, PR Manager, EY, jenny.bildsten@se.ey.com, +46 70 318 90 43

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