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FSC Presents: Challenges of Investing in Asia
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2017-05-09
When: Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: Stephenson Harwood
18th floor, United Centre
95 Queensway
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Angela Yu


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This talk presented by the Financial Services Committee will be an opportunity to hear from a senior private equity investor/an ex-banker, a legal expert, and a seasoned director of a global investigations firm who will discuss:
  • How do deals go bad and what should investors watch out for?
  • What are the red flags and what can be done to mitigate risks?
  • What methods and strategies do investors use to managedeals that have gone bad?
EVENT DETAILS
Date:
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue:



Stephenson Harwood
18th floor, United Centre
95 Queensway
Hong Kong

Price:
Members: HK$150
Non-Members: HK$250
About the Speakers
Amie Chang
Associate Managing Director
Nardello & Co.


Amie Chang is an Associate Managing Director of global investigations firm Nardello & Co. based in Hong Kong. Amie has lived and worked in Hong Kong since 2010, first in her capacity as a diplomat for the U.S. Department of State, and as a senior investigator with an international consulting firm. Amie has worked on a number of cross-border litigation support, due diligence, strategic intelligence and asset tracing investigations in support of corporates, financial institutions and their legal counsel. Amie began her career as an Intelligence Analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense. Amie is a graduate of Boston College with a BA in Political Science and International Studies.
Nina Tao
Managing Director
SinoVision Development


Nina Tao's extensive knowledge of investment comes from her decades of experience in the financial sector.She has invested across the capital structure in private and public equity,credit, mezzanine and special situations.Ms Tao built the Asia credit principal investments initiativeof the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board to a USD 1 billion business.Prior to that she was Head of Transactions for Asia at Mount Kellett Capital, aglobal multi strategy fund.Her experience also includes proprietary investing for Deutsche Bank and venture capital/private equity for Invesco (Amvescap). Ms Tao started her career in Bankers Trust in risk managementand later at Merrill Lynch where she focuses on MBS/ABS and structured finance.She holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
CF Lui
Partner
Shanghai Stephenson Harwood


ChunFai (CF) Lui has wide-ranging experience in structuring, negotiating and executing mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, venture capital, and ensuring antitrust and regulatory approvals and compliance. He has been advising on regulatory risk issuesin
China, and formulating strategies for market entries. With in-house experience and finance MBA from Wharton, he has also helped Chinese and Asian companies in numerous "outbound" investments in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Europe and the US. He has a diverse range of sector experience in mining and resources, energy, chemicals, automotive, industrial, food and agriculture, healthcare, retail, hi-tech, financial services and logistics.

CF has assisted clients in successfully completing more than a hundred of cross-border joint venture, M&A and restructuring transactions.

Minchu Wang
Vice President
The Blackstone Group

Minchu Wang is a Senior Vice President in the Legal team of Blackstone based in Hong Kong, focusing on private equity and real estate transaction in Asia. Before joining Blackstone, Ms. Wang was an associate at Herbert Smith Freehills, where she advised on a variety of private equity and capital markets transactions. 


 

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