How to be successful in Chinese Private Equity

The 29th AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Forum 2016

11/16/2016 - 11/17/2016

Private Equity + Venture Capital | China, Mergers + Acquisitions | China, Mergers + Acquisitions, and Private Equity Investments + Buyouts

Four Seasons Hotel
8 Finance Street, Central
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Jinghua Zou

Jinghua Zou

Sponsorship

Morrison & Foerster is pleased to sponsor the 29th Annual Asian Venture Capital Journal (AVCJ) Private Equity & Venture Forum on November 16 – 17, 2016 in Hong Kong. The forum will bring together leading investors from across the globe for two days of high-level dialogue, debate and networking.

Morrison & Foerster’s Hong Kong Of Counsel Jinghua Zou will be speaking on the China panel scheduled on November 16 at 16.30 – 17.15.

Topics to be discussed:

Internet-enabled technology deals - early and late-stage - have dominated Chinese private equity over the last couple of years, bringing high valuations and intense competition. With this space seemingly at a tipping point, the focus is returning to more traditional sectors. GPs have historically prospered in these areas, but portfolio companies face a new set of challenges, not least the impact of technology on business models. The transformation opportunity is clearly there, but it remains to be seen how effectively private equity can address it.

  • Where are the best opportunities to be found?
  • Is China delivering more genuine control investments?
  • How do minority investors influence portfolio company performance?
  • Are sector specialist GPs gaining traction in China?
  • What are the prospects for renminbi-denominated funds?

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