Hong Kong M&A Forum

The St. Regis Hong Kong
23 June 2020



Despite regulatory headwinds and macroeconomic uncertainties, the Asia Pacific region continues to attract investor appetite through cross-border dealmaking, investments in innovative technologies, and strategic acquisitions. Against this backdrop, it is becoming increasingly important for practitioners to maintain a competitive edge and discover where the next opportunities for investment can be found.

Co-hosted by Mergermarket and AVCJ, the second Hong Kong M&A Forum returns in 2020 and brings together leading corporate investors, senior advisors, and private equity professionals from across the region for a day of in-depth panel discussions, data presentations, and case studies to provide delegates with the latest trends, market updates, challenges, and opportunities in Asian M&A.

Corporate investors
Companies represented
The premier M&A forum in Hong Kong

Topics will include:

  • What factors are driving the growth of M&A across Asia?
  • How do you future-proof your investments in light of global regulatory developments and technological advancements?
  • Which sectors and regions are attracting the most investor interest?
  • How can public market activity affect M&A; including the emergence of shareholder activism in Asia?
  • What are the best strategies for private equity funds and strategics to get deals done?
  • What is Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area, and how can you tap into this opportunity?

Reasons to attend:

  • Discover the future themes and trends which will dominate Asian M&A in the year ahead
  • Hear from leading corporates and private equity professionals on their investment strategies for the region
  • Understand how regulatory and geopolitical headwinds will affect dealmaking in the region
  • Network with 230+ corporate investors, private equity fund managers, and M&A advisors from across Asia
  • Participate in practical case studies and data presentations
  • Find out how to utilise new technologies in M&A to stay ahead of the curve

Organisations that attended the 2019 Forum include:

    • Acer / BYOC
    • Alibaba Group
    • Alipay
    • Amcor
    • Anbang Group
    • AXA Next Lab Asia
    • Belun Technology
    • Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services
    • CATALO
    • Chevalier Group
    • China Shandong Hi-Speed Financial
    • China Telecom Global
    • China Travel Service (Holding) Hong Kong
    • China Water Affairs Group
    • CLP Holdings
    • CRRC Hong Kong Capital Management
    • Dickson Concepts (International)
    • Dow Chemical Pacific
    • EI Dupont
    • EKPAC Holding
    • Euro Capital Land, Inc.
    • Fila
    • First Pacific Group
    • Fox Networks Group
    • Fresenius Kabi Asia Pacific
    • Fullshare Holdings
  • Fung Group
  • Hang Lung Properties
  • Hang Tai Yue Group Holdings
  • Hong Kong Broadband Network
  • Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
  • Hongkong Land
  • Hutchison Telecommunications
  • iFree Group (HK)
  • ITC Properties Management
  • Jardine Pacific
  • JD.com
  • K11 Concepts
  • Ka Shui International Holdings
  • Kendall Square Logistics Properties, Inc.
  • Kering
  • Kerry Logistics
  • KMB
  • Lei Shing Hong
  • Lenovo
  • Li & Fung
  • LyondellBasell
  • Mainfair Development
  • Mason Group Holdings
  • Meitu, Inc.
  • MHK Restaurant
  • Mason Group Holdings
  • Meitu, Inc.
  • MHK Restaurant
  • Nan Fung Group
  • Nestle Hong Kong
  • NWS Holdings
  • Power Touch
  • Samsonite Asia
  • SAP
  • SenseTime
  • Shanghai Industrial Holdings
  • Shangri-La Asia
  • Siemens Ltd., China
  • Society of Art Science Fund
  • Sun Hung Kai Properties
  • Telstra
  • Tencent
  • The Dairy Farm Company
  • The Kowloon Motor Bus
  • Walmart China
  • WeLab
  • ZTE (H.K.)
  • Zuellig Pharma Asia Pacific

... and many others!


Hong Kong M&A Forum is now a CPD certified event.

6.5 CPD points can be claimed after attending the Forum

For further information on CPD accreditation please visit: www.cpduk.co.uk

The Hong Kong M&A Forum is accredited with 6 CPD points by the Law Society of Hong Kong.