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Shining a light: practical tips around Chinese buyers investing in UK property

13 October 2020

This webinar took place on the 13th October and is now available 'on-demand'.

China and UK trade and investment is in a challenging period due to recent global events and politics.

In these uncertain times, clarity is what people seek. That is why we are “Shining a Light” and providing some practical training as regards property ownership and tax in the UK. We will also have a market update from one of the experts, and a measured view from the Chinese side, a lawyer based in Shanghai.

Join us for a Webinar co-presented by Birmingham China Business Forum and hosted by Browne Jacobson with the following speakers:

  • Zo Hoida, President of BCBF and Real Estate Partner at Browne Jacobson – Chair
  • Pavanjeet Kaur, Property Lawyer at Browne Jacobson and Rebecca Hawkins, Tax Lawyer at Browne Jacobson – Registration of ownership in the UK and changes for foreign investors/recent updates in the property tax regime
  • Monique Royle, Divisional director at Fleurets – Market Update
  • David Zou, Partner at Grandway Law - "Shifting Mindset and its Impact on Chinese Outbound Investment in UK Property

If you can't make the live session but would like to receive a copy of the on-demand recording, we would encourage you to still register for the event. This will ensure you receive a link to the recording as soon as it is available. Alternatively a link to the webinar will be shared on our website and LinkedIn page in due course.

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Our speakers

Zo Hoida

Zo Hoida

Partner

Specialises in development work particularly in the government sector including high profile regeneration projects for local and central government, and with Chinese investors and developers.

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Rebecca Hawkins

Rebecca Burge

Senior Associate

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