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CNPLaw speaks on the use of shareholders’ agreements for business succession planning


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Published: 25 February 2019

Event Speaker: Hazel Ho-Tsastsina

CNPLaw, formerly known as Colin Ng & Partners LLP, gave a talk on the topic of business succession planning with a focus on shareholders’ agreements on 21 February 2019 at a seminar hosted by Mr Lau Ming Kwang, an executive financial consultant from AIA Financial Advisers specialising in estate and succession planning. The talk highlighted the potential issues arising from failure to address business succession, the benefits of having a shareholders’ agreement and the key considerations in preparing a shareholders’ agreement. The seminar was followed by a Q&A session and was well attended by participants from various industries.

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