ABL held a Forum on China’s Entertainment Industry2015-12-231734
On December 16, 2015, ALLBRIGHT Law Offices (“ALLBRIGHT”), Ping An Group, and LexisNexis jointly sponsored the "China-Foreign Film Business Forum New Policies, New Opportunities, and New Models for the development of China’s Entertainment Industry Series Forum 2: Sino-Foreign co-productions, film completion guarantee and respective analysis of their financial characteristics" were held on the 35th floor of Ping An Financial Building in Lujiazui. The forum discussed Sino-foreign co-productions' profit models, investment processes, how to finance in transactions, how to avoid risks, and how to comprehensively use innovative financial instruments and other topics. Chinese and foreign experts were invited to give keynote speeches on new policies, new opportunities and new models for the development of China’s entertainment industry.
The forum was hosted by Lawyer Leo Zheng's team from ALLBRIGHT and attracted the attention of all parties in the film, television, finance, and legal industries. The forum was hosted by Mr. Luo Zhen, the director of Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Co Ltd., lawyer Chen Naiwei, a senior partner of ALLBRIGHT, represented ALLBRIGHT and delivered a speech. Lu Wei, the producer of "Monkey King: Hero Is Back" and the founder and CEO of Sky City Animation Film Studio, Jeff Chao and Simon Huang, the executive partners of Kirin Film Fund, Ding Sijie, the director of Culture and Art Insurance Products in Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Co Ltd., Justin Begnuad, the member of Producers Guild of America, International Film and Television Union, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Independent Producer , Financing consultant, co-founder of Global Film Group film and television production company and lawyer Leo Zheng, the partner of ALLBRIGHT, attended the forum and gave wonderful speeches on Sino-foreign co-productions, completion guarantee and their respective characteristics. The forum also received live interviews and reports from TV media such as Oriental Finance.