ndustry Integration in the Era of M&A Forum Was Held in Beijing
From 2009-2013, the compounded annual growth rate of the trading number and amount in China’s M&A market were 43% and 29% respectively. In 2014, the M&A market represented by listed companies grew increasingly. From January to August 2014, the restructuring cases approved by CSRC have increased by 135.71% than last year. Meanwhile, more and more Chinese capitals were invested abroad for global expansion. China is welcoming the era of M&A.
In such era, how to find directions, seize opportunities and go abroad are the problems what Chinese entrepreneurs should think about.
JD Business School held its 15th course themed by Industry Integration in the Era of M&A in Beijing on November 28th. More than 240 people from JD Capital’s investees and executives of listed companies attended the course.
On the course, JD Capital’s partner Lei CAI talked about the performance of world-class enterprises from features and laws of companies worthy hundreds of billions US dollars. Yang LI, General Manager of M&A Department of Southwest Securities explained relevant legislations and laws and shared cases. Mingjian CHEN, President of Hollyhigh International Capital, summarized the features of M&A markets and the modes of overseas acquisition. Ming YU, Head of Investment Department of JD Capital, shared M&A ideas and modes based on its real cases.
This year, projects participated in and invested by JD Capital included UTour Travel, SZIEC’s three-year project, Baoding TCM, Sichuan Mining, Zhuyuan International Travel Service, Club Med, Jiahua Energy and Shenzhou Great Wall. Based on the mode of “Industry + Capital”, JD Capital helped enterprises and entrepreneurs expand globally.