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Cross-Border M&A
 

Description:

ICBC cross-border M&A advisory service aims to help Chinese enterprises “go global” by offering diversified products such as deal making and M&A financing. ICBC focuses on serving Chinese enterprises and assists them in locating takeover targets, completing overseas bids, privatization and delisting of overseas companies, attracting strategic investors, and M&A financing. Cross-border M&A advisory services include financial advisory and financing advisory services.

Cross-border M&A financial advisory service: By relying on our domestic and overseas networks across 40 countries and regions and partners worldwide, we provide deal making, privatization & delisting, and strategic investor attraction, among others. We have successfully recommended overseas acquisition targets to Fosun Group, Wanda Group and Shanghai Jinjiang International Hotels (Group).

Cross-border M&A financing advisory service: By exerting our solid capital strength, we can design comprehensive project financing plans, and flexibly employ a wide variety of cross-border M&A financing products (including overseas loan under domestic guarantee, syndicated loan, M&A loan, M&A fund, and overseas bond underwriting) to help Chinese enterprises “go global”.

Applicable Targets:

1. Chinese enterprises with demand for overseas acquisitions;

2. Overseas enterprises interested in selling equity or assets to Chinese enterprises;

3. Enterprises hoping to delist from overseas capital markets through privatization and seek listings on the domestic A-share market.

Charging Standards:

Through negotiation, both parties enter into a cross-border M&A financial advisory service agreement. The financial advisory service charge will be collected based on the agreed charging standard.

Disclaimer:

The information contained herein is for reference only. Please refer to the regulations of local branches of ICBC for further details.


(2015-04-09)
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