Han Kun authors the China chapter of "The International Comparative Legal Guides - Corporate Governance 2023"
Global Legal Group ("GLG") has recently published the 16th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guides - Corporate Governance 2023 (the "Guide"), edited by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz ("Wachtell"). The Guide provides an overview of common issues in the area of corporate governance across multiple jurisdictions. Han Kun partner Ray Shi was the sole contributor to this year's China chapter of the Guide, which is also his sixth consecutive time to author the chapter since 2018.
Wachtell is one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. GLG is a world-leading media company based in London, UK, specializing in offering deep legal analysis and industry solutions to company executives, legal personnel, law firms and government institutions across the globe. Every year, GLG invites leading practitioners from different countries and jurisdictions to share their first-hand experiences and views on the status and trends of various practice areas in their respective jurisdictions.
The China Chapter, authored by Ray Shi, provides a sharply concise analysis of the laws and regulations of corporate governance China. It is centered on the overview of the regulatory environment and development trends of corporate governance in China during the past year. In particular, it examines changes to China's corporate governance brought about by the registration-based share offering system reform and the nascent development of ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) in China. This chapter serves as a practical guide for corporate counsel and international practitioners to understand the regulatory framework of corporate governance in China.