Business Restructuring + Insolvency, Corporate, Mergers + Acquisitions | China, Mergers + Acquisitions, and Private Equity + Venture Capital | China
Charles C. Comey, Sherry Xiaowei Yin, Thomas T.H. Chou, Paul D. McKenzie, Michael G. O'Bryan, and Venantius Tan
Venantius Tan, Paul D. McKenzie, Charles C. Comey, Michael G. O'Bryan, Thomas T.H. Chou, and Sherry Xiaowei Yin
Events since last August have reshaped the financial landscape and credit and capital markets continue to grapple with continuing uncertainty surrounding the viability of major financial institutions and the increased probability of a wave of high-profile bankruptcies such as that of GM and Chrysler.In this environment lie unprecedented opportunities for Chinese buyers and strategic investors with the capital and transaction savvy to take advantage of asset values that are widely expected in the next 12 - 18 months to be at levels not seen in more than a generation.Morrison & Foerster M&A experts will first discuss opportunities for Chinese companies to expand via M&A in the vital U.S. market, including through acquisition of intellectual property and distressed assets, as well as challenges confronting and solutions available to Chinese investors venturing offshore. Then, to help unpack the issues further and stimulate dialogue from a business perspective, a distinguished panel of industry experts from leading corporate acquirers, private equity firms, and investment banks will review opportunities for Chinese companies in specific sectors outside China, along with challenges and solutions on issues such as financing and post-acquisition integration.
Session I: The Chinese Company’s Roadmap to a Successful M&A and Strategic Investment in the U.S
Session II: Opportunities & Strategies for Acquiring U.S. Companies in the Current Environment
Session III: Lessons from the Frontlines
Learn from industry leaders as they discuss the outbound investment opportunities for Chinese companies and the lessons learned on the frontlineTo register for this event, please contact Priscilla Chen.
This seminar is also being offered in Shanghai 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 for the Beijing and Shanghai events.CLE & CPD Accredited: Morrison & Foerster LLP (provider # 2183) certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 2.75 hours and by the State of New York in the amount of 3.0 hours.
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