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MarcumBP Global Leadership Forum

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor the MarcumBP Global Leadership Forum.

From events website: In response to our clients’ needs, Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP has streamlined and upgraded our successful China Best Ideas Conference to provide a more exclusive and focused program in 2015.This elite one-day event will directly address the needs of Chairmen, CEOs, and CFOs of Chinese companies on the topics that have the greatest potential impact on the future of your enterprise. And it will enable you to hold highly focused, confidential meetings with senior decision makers, all in one place.             

In 2015, China’s engagement with the global capital markets is in a state of flux. Last year, Alibaba stunned the world with the largest ever global IPO raising $25 billion on the NYSE. Many experts thought a new flood of Chinese listings would ride Alibaba’s magic carpet into a U.S. listing.

Instead, only a handful of management teams have seized that prize in 2015, while an even larger number of Chinese companies that are already public in America have announced their intent to go private and attempt to re-list in China, where valuations have been skyrocketing on the domestic markets. Meanwhile, the Chinese government is in the process of rewriting laws that could make it impossible for many IT, Internet, and media companies to remain listed overseas in their current form.

As China makes U.S. listings more difficult for its prized tech companies, the government is also trying to make China’s domestic capital markets more attractive and accessible to overseas investors. With over $16 trillion in non-financial corporate debt outstanding, China will need to attract inflows of capital to stabilize and deleverage stressed balance sheets.

At the same time, many leading Chinese companies are becoming more bold in executing “go out” strategies to make acquisitions, venture investments, and partnering agreements to transition into true global competitors.

This is a more exciting and bewildering time than ever for the leadership of ambitious Chinese enterprises.


  • Which listing venue fits your strategic needs?
  • How can you attract foreign capital, whether listed at home or abroad?
  • How to best plan and execute overseas expansion?

Come hear the unvarnished truth, consult with the finest experts in their fields, and exchange ideas with your peers in an atmosphere of openness and luxury. If you only attend one event this year, make it the Global Leadership Forum.

For more information, including how to register, please visit the event website.