ESBC August 26: “The Deal is Done. Now What?” A Sequel to “Exit Strategy”

The Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee of

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce Presents:

“The Deal is Done. Now What?”

A Sequel to “Exit Strategy” or Post-Completion

REGISTRATION:

https://cancham.site-ym.com/events/register.aspx?id=668714&itemid=551d9050-5bc7-4936-af7c-dcaef99ab6f2

 

Date: August 26th, 2015 (Wednesday)

Time: 8.30am-10.00am

Venue: Quam Financial Services Group 18/F, China Building 29 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

Details of the Event and About the Speakers: http://cancham.site-ym.com/events/event_details.asp?id=668714

 

About the Event: One man’s investment is another man’s exit. Corporate investments are made for any number of reasons. An undervalued target. A platform to enter a market. An investment in potential. Buying a team or technology. More capacity.

In all cases, a central plank in the decision is financial data that is historic and projections that are assumptions

 

The speakers’ presentations will be followed by an interactive Q and A session chaired by Padraig Walsh.

 

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Adrian Bradbury, Managing Director & Head of M&A and Private Equity of Quam Capital Limited.

 

Speakers: Padraig Walsh, Partner, Bird & Bird

Pádraig has assisted multinationals and other corporates on a range of corporate procedures, including corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures. He has particular experience of assisting clients in the professional services, luxury goods, aerospace, and insurance sectors.

Andrew Barclay, works with startups in Asia helping them build a solid back office and put their strategy into action

Sharon Mullan, Managing Director of The PMO Academy, a change & programme management consultancy focused on building change delivery capability in Asia.

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