Having access to equity finance remains a challenge for SMEs today, whatever their development stage is. In order to increase your success rate to finance your growth, it is important to understand the key factors of a successful fund raising in China and what will make the difference when presenting your company to potential investors.
In this context, the EU SME Centre and the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in China (BenCham) will host a joint webinar to discuss a number of major issues you need to look out for when approaching investors in China.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Which kind of investors you should target at your development stage?
- How to present your company to investors?
- What should be the content of the corporate presentation?
- What are equity investors focusing on?
- How to avoid pitfalls?
- Why the investors will choose your company in particular?
- When to go for a listing? What are the advantages and drawbacks of a listing?
- Case studies
About the Speaker
Christine Lambert-Goué, Founding Partner for Asia of Invest Securities
Christine Lambert-Goué is a founding partner for Asia of Invest Securities, leading French investment bank and stock broker, helping European and Asian middle-market enterprises to raise funds, get listed on Euronext and perform cross-border M&A.
Based in Beijing, she joined the firm in 2008 to source Chinese middle-market clients looking for PE/VC fund raisings, an overseas listing or outbound M&A and support European clients when looking for funds raisings in Asia or a Chinese strategic or financial partner.
Prior to joining Invest Securities, Mrs. Lambert-Goué served as a financial analyst at Euronext Paris. Up until 2001, she has played a leading role in more than 80 IPOs before following this role by being appointed to the Moroccan stock exchange’s regulator as head of Public Offerings. Returning to Euronext Paris in 2004 to head up the exchange’s international developments, she has been particularly concerned with strategic partnerships and investments made directly by Euronext, as well as fulfilling a wider executive role.
She is a SFAF, French CFA charterholder, and holds a Master Degree in Management from Sorbonne University (Paris) as well as a special qualification in Corporate Finance at Assas University (Paris). Mrs. Lambert-Goué co-chairs the M&A working of the French Chamber of Commerce in China and is Trade Counsellor for France in China.
You can find the recorded video on Youtube: