Talk at the Library: The Corporate Social Credit SystemVIEW EVENT DETAILS
A Conversation With Markus Herrmann of Sinolytics
Sinolytics, in cooperation with the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, released The Digital Hand: How China’s Corporate Social Credit System Conditions Market Actors, a comprehensive study on how profoundly China’s Corporate Social Credit System impacts international companies and what they need to do to prepare.
We will talk with Markus Herrmann, Sinolytics' Zurich-based Director, about the Corporate Social Credit System (企业社会信用体系) and what role it plays in the major shift in China's market access regime: What is being rated by the Corporate SCS and under what are the requirements? How are sanctions and rewards applied? And what part does technology play in the monitoring and guiding of market participants' behaviour?
The study The Digital Hand can be downloaded here.
11:50 – Doors open
12:00 – Conversation with Markus Herrmann
13:30 – End of Event
This event is for Asia Society Members only.
Space is limited and seats are awarded on a first come first serve basis.
A brown bag lunch will be served.
Attendance is free. In order to avoid no-shows, a CHF 50 no-show fee will be charged if you do not cancel your registration until 24 hours before the event the latest.
Markus Herrmann Chen is Director at Sinolytics and an experienced advisor to corporate and public sector clients on key challenges in the Chinese market. He combines deep business understanding with policy expertise and six years working experience in China. He is also the Europe Advisor to Caixin Media. Prior to Sinolytics, Markus worked as Government Affairs Director with Bayer MaterialScience in China and as Management Consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in its Shanghai, Hong Kong and Zurich offices, focusing on financial services and industrial goods. Markus holds a MLaw from the universities of Bern and Geneva as well as a CAS in Public Policy from ETHZ.
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