- Bech-Bruun News
- 15 April 2011
Bech-Bruun expands its Chinese Desk
The Bech-Bruun Chinese Desk has been given a warm and positive welcome by the Danish and international business communities, and the many assignments have resulted in an expansion of our Chinese Desk with the opening of a representative office in Shanghai and the em-ployment of two new employees.
The Chinese Desk has received many and very different assignments, and it has almost been too overwhelming. We are therefore very pleased to announce that we have employed yet another Chinese lawyer, Jingjing Su
, for the Chinese Desk and opened a representative office in Shanghai, headed by general manager Alexander Schultz.
Jingjing Su has a law degree from China and has been living in Denmark for the past six years. He graduated from Aarhus School of Business and is currently a lecturer and phd student at the University of Southern Denmark.
Alexander Schultz has a Master of Economics from the University of Copenhagen and has since been employed with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he has, for the past four years, acted as Head of Commercial Department at the Danish Embassy in China. In addition, he is a board member of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China.
Jingjing Su and Alexander Schultz both started at Bech-Bruun today, and we are pleased with this strengthening of our Chinese Desk team.