Doing Business in Asia - What You Need To Know About Raising Money And Protecting Your Investment In Asia

10/25/2006

Acquisition Finance, Banking + Financial Services, Borrower Representation, Corporate, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Financial Services, Financial Transactions, and Receivables Finance + Vendor Finance

San Diego, CA

Fuyuo Mitomi and Venantius Tan

Venantius Tan and Fuyuo Mitomi

Seminar

Come hear experts discuss the Top 10 things you need to know about raising capital and investing in China, Hong Kong, and Japan. Also find out how to protect your investment in Asia by learning the red flags to watch out for and suggested cures. Join us for breakfast followed by discussion on this timely and relevant topic.

Relevant Questions That Will Be Addressed Include:

  • What are the unique opportunities for U.S. tech, life sciences, and other companies entering China, Hong Kong, and Japan?
  • What are the practical legal steps needed to commence operations in Asia, with a specific focus on tech and life sciences companies?
  • How can U.S. companies invest in China, Hong Kong, and Japan?
  • How can U.S. companies raise money in China, Hong Kong, and Japan?
  • How should U.S. companies handle the inevitable compliance "crisis" that occurs with an Asia affiliate?
  • What trends are we seeing with compliance mis-steps, increased government scrutiny, and Sarbanes-Oxley demands?

Who Should Attend:

CEOs, CFOs and other senior management, VCs, In-House Counsel and Entrepreneurs

There is no charge to attend this seminar.

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