International

"The Art of the Cross Border Deal"

Marina Bay Sands Hotel

10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Dinner - Tuesday, May 9, 2017 || 7pm-9pm
Conference - Wednesday, May 10, 2017 || 9:30am-5pm

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The Alliance of M&A Advisors will present a full day conference concentrating on different aspects of the cross-border deal. Experts with completed cross border deals will present and discuss different phases of the deal, pitfalls to avoid, and ways to improve your chances of success on your next international deal.  Please join us for this exciting day of education and networking with fellow professionals from around the globe.

IR Global members consist of the world’s leading legal, accountancy and financial advisers. Each firm passing a stringent vetting process upon joining and recommended exclusively by jurisdiction and area of expertise.

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A ground-breaking global survey of mid-market M&A advisors by the Alliance of M&A Advisors and IR Global - two of the largest international professional services networks has found that:

  • 91% of respondents believe that mid-market M&A activity (deals valued at up to $500 million) will increase or stay the same during the next 12 months
  • There is optimism for cross-border deals with 95% of respondents predicting that the number of cross-border mid-market M&A deals over the next 12 months will stay the same or increase

The Alliance of M&A Advisors and IR Global joined together to produce "Vanishing Borders: How the Private M&A Market is Making Global Gains"

after observing the changing the role of the advisors in their networks in response to the need in today's market to be connected internationally. The findings of the research give a fascinating insight into expectations and future advisors, and the issues that affect the successful completion of such deals.

Interviews were carried out with Alliance members who are leading industry experts:

  • Jean-François Alandry at Pan-European corporate finance consultancy, Eurohold, based in Barcelona, Spain;
  • Urs Breitsprecher at Düsseldorf-based law firm, MKRG in Germany;
  • Winchell Cheung at the Hong Kong Trade & Development Council Chicago office in the U.S.;
  • Michael S. Roberts at Chicago-based law firm, Roberts McGivney Zagotta, in the U.S.;
  • Tom Schramski at Tucson-based consultancy, Vertess, in the U.S.; and
  • Sid M. Shaver at B&V Capital Advisors, Houston office in the U.S.

Read the full press-release here.
Read Vanishing Borders White Paper here.

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