Authors: Zhan Hao、Wan Jia

In the beginning of 2020, Luckin Coffee event brought the attention from the insurance, legal and security industries to the directors and officers liability insurance policy (“D&O”) in China. In this event, Luckin Coffee, which is listed in the US and called Chinese Starbucks, found trapped in the security fraud

Zhan Hao, Song Ying, Stephanie Wu, Lv Hongjie

China’s competition watchdog SAMR made a penalty decision, adopted by its Shanghai branch Shanghai Market Regulation Bureau (“SMRB”), publicized on its official website[1] on April 29, 2019, right before the International Labor Day holiday. This decision is addressed to Eastman (China) Investment Management Co., Ltd. (“Eastman

Authored by Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com) and Sharif Hendry (sharifhendry@anjielaw.com) at AnJie Law Firm.

The Chinese insurance market continues to grow unabated.  While structural changes have seen a drop-off in infrastructure investment and its corresponding high levels of GDP growth, the services sector, and finance in particular, is growing strongly. This shift towards a knowledge based

 Authored by Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com), Sharif Hendry(sharifhendry@anjielaw.com), Yu Dan(yudan@anjielaw.com) and Chen Jun( chenjun@anjielaw.com) at AnJie Law Firm.

ZhongAn, a Chinese insurance company selling online insurance products, is representative of a new wave of “insurtech” companies; insurers engaging with online distribution models (or tech companies foraying into insurance) that

Authored by Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com) and Sharif Hendry (sharifhendry@anjielaw.com) at AnJie Law Firm
 
Recent “ransomware” attacks worldwide, including greater China, have once again brought to the fore the nascent yet potent threat “cyber risks” present as an all-encompassing enterprise risk management challenge to corporations worldwide. Concordantly, the raft of operational consequences that can potentially

Authored by Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com) and Dong Xin at AnJie Law Firm

In China, amidst fierce competition amongst insurance companies, more and more investors, both domestic and foreign, are striving to enter this market. Relevant regulations concerning investment limits and the qualifications for shareholders to invest in Chinese insurance companies are a continuing focal point

Authored by Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com) and Sharif Hendry (sharifhendry@anjielaw.com) at AnJie Law Firm

In the first meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump at a summit held on 6-7 April 2017, the two leaders set the tone for future cooperation on a wide range of issues, not least market access between

    Authored by Dr. Zhan Hao (zhanhao@anjielaw.com) and Sharif Hendry(sharifhendry@anjielaw.com) at AnJie Law Firm

As of today, the recently adopted ‘China Risk Oriented Solvency System’, also known as “C-ROSS”, is theonly regime by which a Mainland insurer’s capital adequacy is regulated. Following the implementation of China’s 13th Five-Year plan in 2016, the China