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China's Mergers and Acquisitions 8 Mar

We are pleased to inform you about the lecture “China's Mergers and Acquisitions” organized by RsA Asia and the EBA program which will be held on March 8th, 2023.


Objective

The primary objective of the course is to develop a comprehensive understanding of mergers, acquisitions and takeovers in both academic and practical perspectives. This course will cover all major elements of the acquisition process focusing on financing decisions, valuation, restructuring options, cross-border acquisitions, and regulatory trends. It will also use cases and real-world applications to develop skills necessary to prepare and evaluate a proposed transaction.


Contents

- Overview on mergers, acquisitions and takeovers

- Direct and indirect taxation M&A

- Asset vs Equity Deals

- M&A and Corporate Restructuring

- Valuing target businesses


Course Highlights

M&A is an aspect of corporate strategy focusing on development and growth with specific targets (e.g. market shares, effectiveness, efficiency, knowhow, other aspects) using external ways instead of building them inside the company.

In M&A projects it is crucial to evaluate potential targets, conduct an effective due diligence process, evaluate the tax implications of different mergers, acquisitions and takeovers strategies. Tax involved in a M&A transaction is also a key factor to design the best investment strategy.


EBA Program

The Global Executive of Business Administration (EBA), a course supported by RsA asia, has been designed to provide professionals with a thorough understanding of how to conduct business in China. The course offers candidates practical know how and expertise in multiple disciplines, with a focus on finance and taxation, and aims to provide concrete knowledge and case studies which will prepare students for the challenges of doing business in China.


Speaker

Lorenzo Riccardi


Where

Zoom / On Campus


When

March 8th, 19:00 (UTC+8)


RSVP

info@rsa-tax.com

info@globaleba.com

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