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welcome you to our webcast:
Riding the Chinese M&A wave in the U.S.
Mary Kathleen Flynn
Senior Editor/Video Producer
The Deal LLC
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Senior Vice President, Business Development and M&ACDC Corp.
Gene RamirezManaging DirectorMorgan Joseph TriArtisan Inc.
Lance GillilandManaging DirectorTudor, Pickering, Holt, & Co.
Charles ComeyPartnerMorrison & Foerster LLP
Todson Page Transaction Services PartnerPricewaterhouseCoopers
What conditions are currently encouraging Chinese-based companies to pursue U.S. assets?
Values are stabilizing, with technology and energy sectors leading the way
CChina into U.S. - $ in millions
CChina into U.S. - No. of deals
SSource: Thomson Reuters 4/15/2011
The coveted targeted sectors: Energy and tech leading the way
AUDIENCE SURVEY QUESTION target sector over the past 10 years. Lenovo acquired IBM’s personal-computer business for $1.75 billion in ’04.:
What do you believe is the biggest factor driving increased Chinese M&A activity in the U.S.?
A. Strength of the Chinese yuan vs. U.S. dollar
Challenges for target sector over the past 10 years. Lenovo acquired IBM’s personal-computer business for $1.75 billion in ’04.
China-based acquirers in the U.S.
Deal structure trends of Chinese acquirers: Minority stakes and joint ventures
AUDIENCE SURVEY QUESTION and joint ventures:
The effects of turmoil in the Middle East and nuclear crisis in Japan on Chinese acquirers in the U.S.
Closing remarks: in Japan on Chinese acquirers in the U.S.
Outlook for Chinese acquirers in the U.S.
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