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The anti-epidemic measures and tight border policies adopted in Hong Kong since the outbreak of Covid-19 might have posed pressure on the local economy. In addition, a series of measures introduced by the Hong Kong government in order to alleviate the difficulties of enterprises, such as the Employment Support Scheme (ESS) and the temporary protection measures in the form of a rental enforcement moratorium were ended in July. Many businesses were expected to suffer issues such as receivables recovery, financial difficulties with rental and salary payment and leading to business closures. To recover account receivables and outstanding invoice payment, it is often necessary to consider taking legal action as a solution. Considering the complexity of the legal recovery process, litigation cost and time, together with the impact relating to the company goodwill, a sound legal collection plan is necessary.In this seminar, the speaker will share his knowledge to help creditors to better understand their rights and choices in legal recovery process, and develop a sound recovery plan and solution.
A few companies in Mainland China might have been unable to operate normally, or even turned into bankruptcy due to the recent Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, crises can turn into new opportunities - we believe that new investment opportunities will inevitably emerge after the pandemic. In this seminar, the speakers will explore the issues of business operation in China, they will tell participants how to choose China business partners, how to remit profit from China, and talk about the related tax issues.
RMS HK is going to hold a joint seminar with the Support and Consultation Centre for Small and Medium Enterprises (SUCCESS in short) of the Trade and Industry Department (TID) on July 22, 2022, to share on the Successful Tips on Overseas Debt Collection amid the Pandemic. Admission is Free. Interested persons are welcome to attend.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has been affecting the global economy for nearly two years. Overall, the global economic outlook is still considering as "extremely high uncertain" when economic activities are closely engaged with the development of the pandemic. In this seminar, speakers will explain how to use reliable data to make accurate judgments and prevent different types of business risks in an era of information overload.
Legal assistance between Hong Kong and Mainland China has become more and more extensive in recent years. Signed on 18 January 2019, the "Arrangement on Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters by the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" enables judgments made in Hong Kong to be enforced in Mainland China. Henceforth, by understanding the Mainland's litigation process and legal system, Hong Kong businessmen and foreign investors could leverage this new agreement to mitigate default risks and to protect the businesses when encountering commercial disputes. In this seminar, the speaker will share notable issues relevant to this new agreement when trading and doing business in Mainland China.
Under the impact of trade war and epidemic, global enterprises are suffering from the unprecedented impact of the deteriorating business environment and are struggling in this storm throughout 2020. RMS is going to hold a webinar to share how to avoid bad debts and achieve profit gains amid pandemic.
Most exporters and traders are eager to do more business, and often, they skipped the Know Your Customer or KYC process (also known as due diligence). The absence of KYC process is estimated to cause the failure of over 20% of collection cases. Besides, company may be unintentionally involved in money laundry or fraudulent cases if the company does not check its trading partners. In this seminar, speakers will discuss how to effectively use the "Collectability Index" to reduce the failure to recover bad debts.
Joint Seminar with Cheng & Cheng Taxation Services Limited : Business Strategy in China – Debt Collection & Taxation
With the frequent trading between Hong Kong and China, local SMEs and foreign investors encounter difficulties such as debt collection and tax issues. iQor RMS HK is going to hold a joint seminar with Cheng & Cheng Taxation Services Limited on October 22, 2020.
Global economy is suffering unprecedented impacts from the escalating international trade tensions and the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, and enterprises of all sizes have been struggling for several months under this "storm". With the pandemic situation gradually easing, countries are finding ways to resume their normal economic activities. In this unprecedented business environment, proper credit analysis and financial management to avoid bad debts and achieve profit gains is a major concern for small and medium-sized enterprises. The Consultant of iQor RMS Mr. Norris Chan is cordially invited by Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) to hold a seminar on July 17 to share on this. Seats are limited. Register Now!
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