Social Credit System in China

China is in the process of rolling out it's so-called "corporate social credit system", a big data-enabled set of mechanisms for overseeing, rating, and controlling the behavior of market participants more comprehensively than credit rating tools that exist today. The system will contain industry agnostic criteria, such as compliance with environmental standards, employee treatment and taxation, as well as industry specific dimensions. No matter size or type of operations, it will be crucial to know your company's social credit score, as well as the scores of your partners.

At this event, advisors from Business Sweden and lawyers from Mannheimer Swartling will give their perspectives on the corporate social credit system, and what Swedish/Finnish companies can do to better understand the system and to ensure continuous governance and compliance.

Light breakfast will be included.

PRICE: Participation fee for this event is 100rmb for Members and 200rmb for Non-members.

Please notice that there is no registration via this webpage

(for registration please follow the instructions under the title REGISTRATION).

REGISTRATION: Registration is required to confirm a seat. You may register directly to SwedCham via this link until Tuesday, November 5, 2019 or as long as there are seats available. (Please use FBCS Ticket.) Registration is binding and no-shows will be charged RMB 200 unless cancelled before the end-of-day of the final registration date.

ELIGIBILITY: All of the employees of FBCS member companies can participate at our events with Membership privileges (discounted price, access to member only events). Please do not hesitate to forward this event invitation to your colleagues.


  • JOAKIM ABELEEN (Head of Beijing office at Business Sweden)


    Head of Beijing office at Business Sweden

    Joakim is heading up the Business Sweden office in Beijing, and has been leading the Chinese Consumer study. He has a background within strategy consulting for consumer brands in Europe and Asia.

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  • LUCAS JONSSON (Partner at Mannheimer Swartling)


    Partner at Mannheimer Swartling

    Lucas Jonsson lives in Shanghai and is the head of Mannheimer Swartling operations in Shanghai. Lucas has extensive experience in international projects and client relationships in particular M & A, commercial agreements and cross-border investments. Furthermore, he advises clients on a regular basis in risk and crisis management, and lead different types of investigations related to business ethics and compliance, including those initiated by whistleblowers. Lucas is also the Vice Chairman of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in China and chairman of the Shanghai Chapter.

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Mannheimer Swartling Office, Unit 1901-02, 19/F TWO ICC, 288 South Shanxi Road | Shanghai, 200031, 瑞典曼斯律师事务所驻上海代表处, 上海市徐汇区陕西南路288号上海环贸广场办公楼二期19层1901-02单元 (邮编:200031)

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