About this event


AAIA Youth is hosting a Webinar entitled "SAFE terms for Success in Startup venture financing and tax structure and strategies". This event will be presented in Mandarin 中文普通话. This event will cover the following topics:

1. Startup SAFE investment as an Investment Vehicle

2. Understanding SAFE Agreements and its clause explanations

3. Startup Corporation Structure and Tax Implications for Holding SAFE Securities

Guest Speakers:

  • Ruming Liu: Founding partner of MagStone Law, LLP in Silicon Valley California
  • Jin Wen: Tax Partner of Grant Thornton LLP


  • Ling Loerchner: Founding President, Asia America Innovation Alliance (AAIA)

Date & Time:

Thursday, February 15, 2024 (North America)

9:00 - 10:30 PM ET

7:00 - 8:30 PM MT

6:00 - 7:30 PM PT

10:00 - 11:30 AM Beijing Time (Friday, February 16, 2024)


Online event. The online meeting will be available after registration.


This event will be delivered in Mandarin 中文普通话.

*Please email youth@aaiatech.org if you have any questions regarding registration process.

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About AAIA

AAIA (www.aaiatech.org) is a registered non-profit organization committed to the growth of entrepreneurship around the globe. It has been inspiring entrepreneurs through connections and collaborative learning. With a global network of industry leaders, professionals, and ecosystem builders, AAIA provides streamlined support to help entrepreneurs achieve their full potential. Our mission is to foster an innovation ecosystem where like-minded entrepreneurs can grow together.


Established in 2008 in Ontario, the Canadian-Chinese Professional Accountants Association® (CCPAA) is an independent and not-for-profit organization of professionals and scholars who are of Chinese origin and work in accounting, auditing and taxation or related areas, including banking, investment, insurance, education institutions, and government agencies. Our mission is to enhance communication in research, education, regulation and business practices of accounting, auditing, finance, taxation and related areas between Canada and China.




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