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Roth Capital Partners' 2007 New York Conference

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor Roth Capital Partners' 5th Annual New York Conference.

Highlights from the event website include:

  • 2 days with over 230 Presenting Companies 
  • More then 1200 buy side investors; over 2,000 1:1 meetings in 2006 
  • Special China track with over 30 presenting Chinese companies

Two focused days of presentations and one-on-one meetings with small-cap growth companies. Roth has selected a unique combination of companies that are representative of both our existing research universe and our continued focus on undiscovered companies. This year's conference will feature presentations from more than 230 small and micro caps with a focus on undiscovered companies as well as international companies that aren't well known to U.S. investors in the Technology, Healthcare, Financial Services and Consumer Products sectors.  

Agenda Highlight

On Wednesday, September 5 at 12:30 PM, Mitch Nussbaum will be a panelist on "Doing Deals in China - Latest in Deal Structures and Financing Methods."


For nearly three years now, the Chinese government has been issuing new policies regarding the use of offshore entities to acquire domestic operations. On May 29, 2007 the PRC State Administration of Foreign Exchange released Implementation Notice No. 106 which clarifies many of the earlier rules and appears to be a tightening of policy. Attend this panel to learn about the impact this will have on cross-border transactions, the challenges ahead and solutions that will still allow U.S. investment into Chinese companies. Rule clarifications in China have typically softened the original document, but Notice 106 works instead to tighten up the policy. What does this mean for the structure of transactions? This presentation focuses on the challenges that foreign investors face in seeking to structure cross-border deals and explores what the impact may be on the future.


  • Structuring Deals
  • The Tax Landscape in China
  • The Role of Independent Directors in PRC Public companies
  • Due diligence aspects