8:00 am - 9:30 am
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Come and join us for an interactive workshop and update on the general legal framework applicable to companies operating in Mongolia and a discussion on selected legal issues with the potential to impact you and your business in Mongolia.
This workshop will be aimed specifically at foreign companies operating and doing business in Mongolia and will cover discrete aspects of various Mongolian laws including the Investment Law, the Labour Law as well as an overview of directors responsibilities under the Company Law.
This Professional Speaker Series event is proudly brought to you by AustCham Mongolia and Minter Ellison.
Date: Friday, 4 August 2018
Time: 08:00 – 09:30
Venue: Monet Restaurant
Fee: Members MNT 20,000
Nonmembers MNT 40,000
WHAT WE OFFER
By representing a broad cross-section of Australians and Australian companies, AustCham plays a critical role in cultivating Australia-Mongolia business relationships and meeting the growing needs of our expanding membership base.
We currently have approximately 40 member companies. The majority of members are based in Mongolia. The Chamber also has an active Individual and Young Professional membership, made up of young Australians working or studying in Mongolia and Mongolians business representatives who support the building of business relationships between Mongolia and Australia.
AustCham is a non-profit organisation which operates independently from government. It is funded entirely by our membership and Chamber activities.
The Chamber maintains a good working relationship with the Australian Embassy in Mongolia and Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) in Mongolia.
A Board of 11, who are elected by the membership, oversee the Chamber’s activities. Board members are elected for two-year terms, with six positions being filled at an Annual General Meeting held each March. Representatives of the Australian Embassy and Austrade also serve on the Board as Ex Officio Members, along with the Chamber’s General Manager. The General Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Chamber.
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