Please join us as we hear Lingyun Gao discuss the legal issues associated with the increasing use of commercial trusts as financial vehicles in China and the difficulties that Chinese courts are facing in resolving these issues. Ms. Gao is Professor of Law at Fudan University School of Law in Shanghai and a Senior Global Research Fellow at NYU School of Law. Her research, teaching, and publication areas include international business law and comparative trust law, especially on how to regulate and develop commercial trusts and how to promote private trusts in China. Sponsored by the Global Financial Markets Center. For more information, please contact Courtney Smith at Courtney.email@example.com.
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