Webinar on October 27th, 2021

New Personal Information Protection Law in China

New Personal Information Protection Law in China will become effective on November 1st. How does this impact foreign companies operating in China? Get practical guidelines and latest news on the upcoming legislation. 

Webinar agenda on Wednesday October 27th, 2021 9.-10.00 AM (GMT +3)

  • Opening and Welcome - Timo Helosuo, Chairman of Finland-China Business Association & Kolster CEO
  • New Personal Information Protection Law in China, Impacts and recommended actions to Foreign companies - Susan Ning, Head of Compliance, King & Wood Mallesons
  • Comparison with GDPR and comments on the new Law from Western perspective - Hannes Kankaanpää, Associate Partner, Legal Counsel, Kolster
  • Summary and Q&A.  Timo Helosuo, Chairman of Finland-China Business Association & Kolster CEO
Webinar is targeted for those European companies that either operate already or are planning to  operate in or do business with China.  REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

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Susan Ning

Head of Compliance, King & Wood Mallesons


  • Big Data 
  • Personal Information Protection Law 
  • Cybersecurity and Data Compliance 
  • Self-audit on Network Security 
  • Due Diligence of Data Transaction or Exchange 
  • Compliance of Cross-border Data Transmission 
  • Internet of Vehicles 
  • Antitrust and Competition Law



Hannes Kankaanpää

Associate Partner, Counsel, IP & Technology Law, Licensed Legal Counsel, Kolster

IP expertise

  • Software and the associated intellectual property rights
  • Open source licenses
  • Commercialising and licensing of IPRs
  • R&D cooperation and the related legal issues
  • Agreements
  • IP valuation
  • IP strategies
  • Public procurement
  • Employee inventions
  • Data protection (GDPR)
  • IP infringements, unfair competition

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