In this era of globalization, several companies engage in cross-border commercial transactions. This is even more so in light of the fact that cross-border transactions represent considerable opportunities for economic gain and increased shareholder value. It is also noteworthy that an understanding of the local laws, regulations and customs in each jurisdiction involved in cross-border transactions is required.
In addition, a range of complex issues must be navigated in the effort to successfully complete any cross-border transaction such as due diligence, jurisdiction, tax implications, foreign investment approvals etc. In light of the above, this training seeks to arrange a discussion relating to the role of corporate governance before, during, and after a cross-border transaction. The training also seeks to provide participants with an understanding of the legal and business issues that arise in international transactions.
Directors, Senior lawyers (In-house Counsel, corporate and senior associate of law firms), Professional (Chartered Accountants and Engineers), Company Secretaries of Insurance Companies, Banks and other financial institutions, Investors, Realtors, Contractors, Business Owners, SMEs