Shareholder loan agreement
Standard for financing a subsidiary in the People’s Republic of China
Language and length
5 pages – English
4 pages – Chinese
Financing a company in China is a specific operation. The foreign shareholder may, under specific circumstances, lend some money to its subsidiary in China.
This operation requires a shareholder loan agreement in Chinese to be submitted to the Chinese authorities for registration before the lending can be actually completed. Failing to comply with this requirement, the loan will not be possible and may trigger some financial and tax consequences.
You also need to anticipate procedures before paying the facility amount to the borrower of 5 to 7 weeks from the filing the document with relevant authorities.
If you want to know more about this operation and the procedure for the registration of such loan, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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September 1, 2018