Considering starting your own business? This spring, CCCA has invited legal and accounting specialists to answer any questions about law and tax you might come across throughout the life cycle of your business regarding:
- Before and after the registration of the business
- Common considerations during the operation of your corporation
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Corporate dissolution
Kathy Zhang: Registered lawyer of Alberta. Graduate with distinction of the Department of Law, Jilin University, one of the top four legal education institutions in China. Zhang was a judge at Shenzhen Municipal Intermediate Court for 10 years before she came to Canada. Zhang received her Master of Common Law from the University of Hong Kong in 2004, and Master of Laws, Environmental Law/Energy Law from Dalhousie University in 2011. In 2014, Zhang received her Certificate of Qualification for Canada from NCA of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. Zhang is familiar with the legal system and common laws of both Canada and China. She has been actively holding forums about law to the public in the Chinese community. Zhang is practicing lawyer with the Law Society of Alberta, member of Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Association of Women Lawyers, and Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers.
Li Li: Registered professional accountant. Li graduated from Fudan University and taught there for 3 years. Li came to study in Canada in 1988, and received her PhD from the Department of Philosophy, University of Calgary. Li has been practicing accounting for over 20 years, and has experience in administration of accounting management and tax audition for small to large sized businesses. Li has worked as senior accountant for businesses of various sizes, from finance department of governments, major international accounting firms, to private corporations. Li has held several forums about tax in the Chinese community. Li is a member of Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, member of Canadian Tax Foundation and former president of Calgary Jiang Zhe Shanghai Association.
Date and Time: Sunday April 3, 2016 14:00-17:00.
Admission: Free for 2016 CCCA members, $10 for non-members pre-purchased, $15 at the door for non-members.
For 2016 CCCA members, please inform us by emailing email@example.com by March 29, or the seat is not guaranteed.