Afterwork Seminar: Setting-up a Company, Opening a Bank Account and Running a Start-up in Hong Kong
Afterwork Seminar: Setting-up a Company, Opening a Bank Account and Running a Start-up in Hong Kong

Start-ups are at the core of economic innovation both in developed and in developing economies. Being a start-up nowadays means dealing with a series of economic, legal and social challenges.

Join this informative afterwork seminar and meet David Rosa, CEO and co-founder of Neat and Francesco Montonati, Senior Associate at P&P Ltd. Our speakers will cover the requirements to open a bank account in Hong Kong, the procedure for setting up a company in Hong Kong, as well as the opportunities and challenges for (fintech) startups. Case studies and examples will be discussed to help to understand the situation that startups are facing.

Spots are limited, RSVP now to reserve your seat.

About the Speakers

David Rosa, CEO and co-founder, Neat. 

David has over 20 years of experience in financial services. He spent most of his career at Citigroup, where he was the youngest managing director of Citigroup in Asia.

 

 

Francesco Montonati, Senior Associate, P&P Ltd. 

An International Law graduate, Francesco started his career at the Italian Chamber of Commerce in HK & Macau. He joined P&P in 2013 and has been working in both the Hong Kong and the Shanghai offices during the past years. During his years of practice, Francesco has extensively supported the establishment and business operations of foreign companies across Hong Kong and China, providing comprehensive advisory with outsourced administration services.

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WHERE

WYND Co-working Space, 10/F, Wyndham Street, 43-55, Yu Yuet Lai Building, Central, Hong Kong

WHEN

August 22 2018, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

ATTENDANCE FEES

Member 120HKD
Non-Member 180HKD
(including Italian Aperitivo)

CONTACT PERSON

April

CONTACT INFORMATION

icc@icc.org.hk

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Afterwork Seminar: Setting-up a Company, Opening a Bank Account and Running a Start-up in Hong Kong

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Afterwork Seminar: Setting-up a Company, Opening a Bank Account and Running a Start-up in Hong Kong


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