"The Fujian Four"
China Resolutions is currently working to realise value on a number of projects under mandates from shareholders and/or directors of former AIM companies, including Naibu, China Chaintek, JQW and Camkids...
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China Resolutions was set up to help those shareholders who have been disenfranchised as a result of Chinese companies delisting from AIM and other markets. The founders, John McLean and Tim Clissold, together with the Advisory Board, have extensive experience in China and have experienced first-hand the issues associated with recovering funds within China.

China Resolutions has been providing hands-on assistance to investors in resolving difficulties in China since 2003 and advises on corporate governance frameworks.

Given the corporate governance failures in both the UK and China, China Resolutions has been an instigator of two groups (China Non Executive Directors and China City Group) whose focus is to improve the governance framework for both China and the UK.

A Partnership to improve Corporate Governance between China and the UK

China City Group - 3rd August 2017

A China Resolutions initiative
“China City Group raises the issue of corporate governance and recommends plans to address. A group of leading businessmen, advisory firms and City professionals, collectively the China City Group, are supporting a new initiative for greater engagement on corporate governance between the UK and China.”
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Successful Negotiations for Dispute Resolution

China Business Handbook - August 2017

An article by John McLean & Tim Clissold, Chairman & Chief Resolution Officer of China Resolution
“Many foreign investors in China feel that the PRC courts do not yet constitute a reliable and timely venue for commercial dispute resolution. Whilst this does not mean that the rights of foreign investors cannot be enforced within the PRC, a more imaginative and practical approach is often needed.”
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Failure of governance at Chinese companies listed on AIM

Simon Taylor-Young, Private Investor

‘File on 4’, BBC Radio 4 - 27th September 2016
“At the moment, in one particular company I have lost all my money. Having said that, part of the problem is that once it is delisted and all advisers have walked away, no one - and certainly not small shareholders like myself - have any clue what is left within the company. There is no one actually investigating, anyone chasing to see what remains.”
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China Resolutions is currently working to realise value on a number of projects under mandates from shareholders and/or directors of former AIM companies, including Naibu, China Chaintek, JQW and Camkids, (the "Fujian Companies"). In addition, China Resolutions has been hired by a number of former NASDAQ companies to resolve their issues in China and is also in discussions with a number of other overseas markets to provide a resolution.

The Fujian Companies had an approximate market capitalisation at the time of their AIM listing of £400 million and the NASDAQ companies had an equivalent value of in excess of $1 billion. Shareholders wishing to participate in our recovery program are invited to register below.

Our Team

John N M McLean, OBE
John N M McLean, OBE Chairman

John has extensive public and capital market experience with a specific knowledge of China where he has worked for over 20 years...

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Tim graduated with an MA in Physics and Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University in 1982. He subsequently joined Arthur Andersen...

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Frank was a career diplomat with the PRC Foreign Office for more than ten years and was responsible for diplomatic relations with Canada...

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Advisory Board

Sir David Brewer
Sir David Brewer

Sir David's career was with the insurance brokers, Sedgwick, subsequently Marsh, beginning in 1959. In 1976 he went to...

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JF Dossin
JF Dossin

Jacques-Franck ("JF") has over 25 years' experience in finance, primarily as a Consumer Goods equity research analyst...

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William Knight
William Knight

William Knight is Chairman of the JP Morgan Chinese Investment Trust Plc, Myanmar Investments International Limited...

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Richard Sweet
Richard Sweet

Richard Sweet worked at Marks and Spencer for over 20 years where he held senior positions in both Buying and...

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Lily Zhu
Lily Zhu

Lily Zhu joined Euromoney in 2007, as Head of China operations for the global financial publisher and data provider...

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