2007 China Mergers & Acquisitions Toolkit (Shanghai Program)



Charles C. Comey

Charles C. Comey


The China Mergers & Acquisitions Toolkit

What You Need to Know About In-bound and Out-bound Mergers & Acquisitions in China

Understanding the M&A landscape in China is crucial in an environment that is full of capital and opportunities, and shaped by a changing legal and regulatory climate.  It can determine whether doing business in China is fruitful–or frustrating.

Funds and companies engaging in acquisitions, private equity investments, and other significant cross-border transactions must be able to navigate evolving deal structures, shifting exit strategies and a multitude of regulations, regulators and policies.  Morrison & Foerster’s Toolkit features legal experts and industry leaders who will highlight and examine practical issues, current challenges, and important trends to enable you to approach cross-border transactions in China and outbound from China to the United States or elsewhere with confidence, not caution. 

Session 1:  In-bound Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Successful A-Share Listings: The Holy Grail?
  • Impact of China's New M&A Rules and Other Recent Legislation
  • Structuring M&A Deals for Strategic and Financial Investors in the Post-M&A Rules Environment

Session 2:  Out-bound Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Anatomy of a U.S. Acquisition
  • Role of the Board of Directors of a U.S. Target
  • Current U.S. M&A Issues: Role of Private Equity and CFIUS
  • Lessons from the 80's and 90's: Cross-border Transactions in the 21st Century

Session 3:  Lessons from the Frontline

Learn from industry leaders as they address key issues affecting transactions today and the lessons learned on the frontline of China’s hottest M&A deals.

This event will also be presented in Beijing and Hong Kong.

This invitation is transferable and open to colleagues.  There is no charge to attend this seminar.  Simultaneous translation between English and Chinese will be provided. 

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