Hong Kong: 10th Annual Competition Law & Regulatory Summit

  • December 2, 2020
    1:00 pm - 6:00 pm


The Hong Kong: 10th Annual Competition Law & Regulatory Summit will be held at the Foreign Correspondents Club (FCC) on 2 December 2020.   The half day CPD event will bring together international and local speakers to present the most up to date information in regards to competition law and regulatory issues.  It will also be an excellent opportunity to catch-up and meet fellow legal professionals in the region.

Registration is now open.  Contact us today or view the latest flyer for registration and program details. Download

Registration Enquiry: bettina.yan@legalplus-asia.com
Speaking / sponsor Enquiry: jason.sinclair@legalplus-asia.com


Complimentary seats for In-house/ General Counsel.

Complimentary seat is applicable to in-house counsel from non-law / non consultancy firm.  Limited to ONE free seat per company and based on first-come-first-served. Results are based on the organiser’s discretion and applicants will be notified by email.

Complimentary Ticket Registration

Details Price Qty
Super Early Birdshow details + $325.00 (USD)   Expired
Early Birdshow details + $399.00 (USD)   Expired
Normalshow details + $650.00 (USD)  
Supporting Organisationshow details + $499.00 (USD)  


Venue Website:

Hong Kong, North Block, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong


The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong is probably the most famous press club in the world. We have a long and rich journalistic heritage dating back to our founding in China in 1943. Over the ensuing decades, our members have been eye witnesses to history across Asia, bringing the stories to the world in words and pictures. They have reported on everything from the Vietnam War to China’s economic rise and the 2014 Hong Kong pro-democracy protests.
The FCC’s home is a beautiful and historic Central building, a cherished location in which the Club provides a wealth of first-class yet cost-effective dining, drinking and entertainment options, not to mention a gym and a busy workroom equipped with phones and computers. As an important media hub, the Club provides a neutral platform for an impressive selection of local and international speakers from the worlds of politics, business, sports and entertainment.