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Roger Lu

Chief Executive Officer, China

Vertebral Technologies Inc

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Vertebral Technologies Inc

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President Upstream and Chief Financial Officer

PTL Group

Education

MBA

University of International Business and Economics

undergraduate degree

University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Web References (25 Total References)


ROGER LU - CEO, ...

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ROGER LU - CEO, CHINA

Roger Lu has had over 19 years of experience in finance, business development and operations. Roger was the financial controller Shanghai Links Executive Community and Shanghai Ferragamo Company before co-founding PTL, a leading consulting, advisory and incubation platform between Israel and China. While at PTL, Roger helped healthcare companies like Lyco-Red and Tuttnaeur gain China market entry and companies like Collplant secure Chinese investment. Roger has an MBA from University of International Business and Economics and an undergraduate degree from University of Shanghai for Science and Technology.


Management Team | PTL Group

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Roger Lu VP Upstream & CFO

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Roger Lu VP Upstream & CFO
Roger has years of experience as the financial manager and chief accountant in numerous foreign trading companies in China. Amongst others, he has worked at state owned companies, at Shanghai links, at high-end Italian fashion companies, and at the first JV in China.
As PTL's infrastructure is under constant development, his experience in both local Chinese regulations and western accounting practices adds a vital role to PTL Group's top management.
Roger holds a wide scope of responsibilities within the group and works from the head office in Shanghai.


Roger Lu, CFO and VP ...

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Roger Lu, CFO and VP Upstream of PTL Group, opened it with a discussion of government relations and permits in China. Mr. Lu, who has over 10 years of financial management experience in foreign companies in China, is a PTL Groups' leading contributor to negotiations with local governments on the Licensing and Registration of Manufacturing Sites in China.

Mr. Lu opened explained that without government support it is very difficult to do business in China. Therefore, he said, before beginning the licensing process, the foreign company should obtain the government's commitment to support the Business.
Before starting a construction project one must ensure that the plant can receive all necessary permits for manufacturing and selling, build a schedule and expedite the process towards the target date. "Good relations with the government", he said, "can shorten the licensing process from two years to six months.
Regarding negotiations with the government, Mr. Lu recommended to prepare a flexible investment model in advance. He suggested not to attend a meeting and try to find out what are the support options, but to present the project, arouse the government interest in it, and only then begin negotiations on the various options for support.


Roger Lu, CFO and VP ...

www.ptl-group.com [cached]

Roger Lu, CFO and VP Upstream of PTL Group, opened it with a discussion of government relations and permits in China. Mr. Lu, who has over 10 years of financial management experience in foreign companies in China, is a PTL Groups' leading contributor to negotiations with local governments on the Licensing and Registration of Manufacturing Sites in China.

Mr. Lu opened explained that without government support it is very difficult to do business in China. Therefore, he said, before beginning the licensing process, the foreign company should obtain the government's commitment to support the Business.
Before starting a construction project one must ensure that the plant can receive all necessary permits for manufacturing and selling, build a schedule and expedite the process towards the target date. "Good relations with the government", he said, "can shorten the licensing process from two years to six months.
Regarding negotiations with the government, Mr. Lu recommended to prepare a flexible investment model in advance. He suggested not to attend a meeting and try to find out what are the support options, but to present the project, arouse the government interest in it, and only then begin negotiations on the various options for support.
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Roger Lu, PTL Group's CFO, who maintains regular contact with Chinese authorities for company clients, spoke next: "China has many rules and regulations, but everything is subject to negotiation, you just have to know how to manage it" Roger also referred to the differences between the process of conducting negotiations of the Israelis and the Chinese, and shared the different benefits one can obtain from local government to establish business operations in China.


Roger Lu, CFO and VP ...

www.ptl-group.com [cached]

Roger Lu, CFO and VP Upstream of PTL Group, opened it with a discussion of government relations and permits in China. Mr. Lu, who has over 10 years of financial management experience in foreign companies in China, is a PTL Groups' leading contributor to negotiations with local governments on the Licensing and Registration of Manufacturing Sites in China.

Mr. Lu opened explained that without government support it is very difficult to do business in China. Therefore, he said, before beginning the licensing process, the foreign company should obtain the government's commitment to support the Business.
Before starting a construction project one must ensure that the plant can receive all necessary permits for manufacturing and selling, build a schedule and expedite the process towards the target date. "Good relations with the government", he said, "can shorten the licensing process from two years to six months.
Regarding negotiations with the government, Mr. Lu recommended to prepare a flexible investment model in advance. He suggested not to attend a meeting and try to find out what are the support options, but to present the project, arouse the government interest in it, and only then begin negotiations on the various options for support.

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