There has been a renewed focus in the financial services sector of China’s Greater Bay Area as recent policy changes are set to boost cross-border capital flows in the region.
Deal activity is rising, and optimism is widespread in 2021.
Anette Johnson, associated editor for Dealreporter based in Hong Kong, joins Julie-Anna Needham to discuss dissent involving Cayman incorporated Chinese companies that are being taken private from US exchanges.
Many banks in Hong Kong’s financial services industry have reaped first-mover advantages such as improved cost efficiency and profitability. We examine the building blocks of their success and explore potential roadblocks and challenges other banks are facing.
Due diligence speed bumps barely slowing deal activity in APAC.
The COVID-19 pandemic sent a shockwave through the Indian alternatives market in 2020. A technology-first mindset has allowed nimble general partners to remain competitive and bolster relationships with investors in an environment full of challenges.
The COVID-19 global pandemic is far from over, both in terms of the direct health effects and the economic, social and political flow-on effects.
We asked professionals working in M&A advisory, corporate development and alternative investments where dealmaking in the country will go in the next 12 months.