Lawyer in Beijing, China, Xuanjun Wang graduated from Beijing University School of Law with an LL.B. degree in 1986, from the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) School of International Business Management with an MBA degree in 1997, completed PhD course in International Law at China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) School of Int’l Law in 2011.
He became a licensed lawyer in 2000, handled successfully a lot of cases related to int’l trade/investment/ M&A (inbound and outbound), transportation/logistics, real estate, corporate affairs, arbitration, etc. He participated in International Citator and Research Guide Project (“ICRG”) of Nova Southeastern University (“NSU”) as an expert for China and as a member of the NSU ICRG Advisory Board.
Membership in professional Associations:
International Bar Association (Corporate and M&A Law Committee);
China Bar Association;
Beijing Bar Association (Committee of Int’l Investment & Trade);
China Maritime Law Association;
China International Freight Forwards Association (CIFA);
Mediator of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) / China Chamber of International Commerce;
Mediator of Beijing Association For The Promotion Of Multiaspect Intermediation And Development.
Countries of Work Experience: China (mainland), Finland, France, Tunisia, Kazakhstan
Xuanjun Wang joined CBA as Legal Adviser in China in August 2018.
He worked with Arthur Andersen in Kuwait, Beirut & Abu Dhabi for 10 years, later emigrated to the UK and joined a UK consultancy, Middle East Consultants, before starting own consulting business and supervising various property development projects under SPVs.
This international network of business advisers in mid-market cross-border and other M&A transactions and related services, provides client services worldwide through its Associates. Each Associate is a separate and distinct legal entity.
Europe (36): Albania | Armenia | Austria | Bulgaria | Croatia | Cyprus | Czech Republic | Denmark | Estonia | Finland | France | Georgia | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Kosovo | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Malta | Montenegro | Netherlands | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Russia | Serbia | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Switzerland | Turkey | UK | Ukraine Asia (16): Armenia | Cambodia | China | Hong Kong | India | Indonesia | Iraq | Iran | Japan | Malaysia | Pakistan | Singapore | South Korea | Taiwan | Thailand | Vietnam The Americas (16): Argentina | Bahamas | Brazil | Canada | Cayman Islands | Chile | Colombia | Costa Rica | El Salvador | Guatemala | Honduras | Mexico | Panama | Peru | Uruguay | USA Africa & ME (31): Algeria | Angola | Bahrain | Cameroon | Congo Rep. | Congo PDR | Egypt | Gabon | Iran | Israel | Ivory Coast | Kenya | Kuwait | Lebanon | Madagascar | Mauritania | Mauritius | Morocco | Mozambique | Namibia | Nigeria | Rwanda | South Africa | Sudan | Syria | Tanzania | Tunisia | UAE | Uganda | Zambia | Zimbabwe Oceania (2): Australia | New Zealand
Armenia: The Tavush Region Integrated and Balanced Economic development project held a high level International “Buyers and Sellers” Conference, which took place on 5 – 6 June 2018 in Dilijan City, Armenia.
The project was funded by European Union and the Government of Republic of Aramenia and orientated at a more balanced social and economic development between communities of Tavush Region through creating new economic opportunities and jobs, leading to increased diversity and productivity of the economy in Tavush region; and increasing the economic competitiveness of farmer cooperatives and SMEs, including opportunities for investment and trade.
The Conference hosted the Government top officials of the Republic of Armenia, representatives of International organisations and local businesses, gather together local producers, active in agricultural/food processing (natural and dried fruits/vegetables/berries, horticulture, tree saplings cultivation, food processing, apiculture and organic honey making, meat and milk processing and dairy, etc.), agro-tourism and other businesses, as well as local, national and international entities, organizations interested in implementing investment projects in Tavush region. Among our other tasks, being mandated for some viable Investment Projects’ initial development, some pitch decks were promoted, introducing most attractive investment opportunities, which might be interesting for funding by International Investors.
CBA Cross Border Associates was presented by Mr. Arsen Sargsyan (Armenia, photo right) and Mr. Heinz-Günther Milz (Germany, photo left).
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