For the past decade, China has been a well-publicized target for international investors, who have poured billions of dollars into that nation’s burgeoning economy. However, experts say that rise is starting to level off as chash-rich Chinese businesses start looking for investments of their own. As offshore investment plays an increasingly strategic role in facilitating China’s economy, related governmental bodies have issued preferential policies favoring Chinese outbound investment.
Learning the Ropes
Looking back to some of the deals that have already gone through, Chinese acquirers are struggling. The biggest obstacle right now to growing China’s outbound foreign investment is lack of knowledge! What are the major risks and challenges posed to Chinese investors? How to bridge the gap between East and West? What are the winning strategies for investing abroad? How to accelerate the process to achieve the long-term success in global market?
- The state of play: Sensing the pulse of the latest regulatory development of China’s overseas investment
- Assessing the influence of China’s preferential taxation policies onto Chinese outbound investment
- Strategy, tactics, and deal structures in Chinese oversease M&A
- Legal services and the role of international lawyers in cross-border transactions (featuring Henry Liu, Partner, Chairman of China Practice, Nixon Peabody LLP)
- Capitalizing in central Europe
- Leveraging global private equity markets to diversify the models of financing investment
- Think global and start local: Finding the right target in global market
- Neither overbid nor underestimate: Evaluating the investment and benchmarking the range
- Legal aspects of strategies, tactics, and deal structure
- Harmonizing regulatory environment & managing post-acquisition legal challenges
- Making the deal work: Post-merger integration and governance
- Going global: The road ahead for Chinese companies
- Dealing with China-phobia: Managing transaction risks in Australia
- Enhancing market through thorough understanding of competition and antitrust laws in E.U. and U.S.
- Learning the ropes and cracking the hard nut: Discussing the winning strategies of cross-border M&A in developed markets
- India: The next stop of foreign investment
- Eyeing India’s next generation of infrastructure: Assessing the opportunities and examining the risks
- Australia, Canada, Africa, and Latin America: mining for China’s offshore investment in energy and natural resources
- Managing diversified transaction risks through comprehensive due diligence
- China’s latest financial policy changes to back ODI conducted by Chinese companies
- Leveraging global private equity markets to diversify the models of financing the investment