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JTC Sponsors “China Now”

London Start: 12th Feb 2019

JTC is delighted to announce its sponsorship of “China Now”, a one-day course hosted by Private Client Dining Club in conjunction with Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, a leading Chinese business school.

China Now is designed for senior executives in the private wealth sector who are focused on dealing with ultra-high net worth clients in mainland China and the connected international markets of Hong Kong and Singapore. It is specifically aimed at those offering wealthy families in Asia services relating to law, fiduciary, property, aviation and wealth management.

Bo Ji, Assistant Dean and Chief Representative in Europe for CKGSB will lead the course content, delivering unparalleled insight on the Chinese economy, political environment and demographics to update advisors on latest trends. He will also provide insight on soft skills required to deal with Chinese professionals and business leaders, from cultural norms and practices to the art of negotiation.

The course will be attended by 20 delegates and will be followed by a networking reception for up to 150 guests, with a keynote speaker provided by CKGSB.

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) is China’s first independent, faculty-governed non-profit business school. More than half of its 11,000 alumni are at CEO or Chairman level and collectively lead around 20% of China’s most valuable brands.

Private Client Dining Club is the premier business networking club for international professionals in the private client industry.

                                              

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