It is crucially important for a company to keep growing and developing, even after years of having established business, because it is that potential growth that allows you to sell your company and/or find strategic investors, in order to raise smart money.
During this event, our panellists, who are prominent entrepreneurs and business advisers, will share with you the insights on how to evaluate a company by observing past results and forecast expectations, how to get prepared for audit, how to properly communicate with the staff, how to negotiate with founders and how to present financial data and key figures.
On September 19th, join us for this seminar to better understand the common mistakes and pitfalls to avoid and the key factors for a successful business.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Max Dubreuil, CEO, Saminco
Passionate about design and architecture, Maxime Dubreuil after graduating from l’Ecole Normande d’Architecture in 1991, became a young talented architect in the famous architecture firm Jean Nouvel. Looking for a new adventure and moving to Hong Kong in 1996, Max decided to create Saminco, which is today one of the best shoe factories in Asia. Max has the rare talent to combine creativity and industry under one tree.
Hugues de Saint Seine, Partner, CIGP Hong Kong
Hugues is a Partner at CIGP Hong Kong which he co-founded, part of the Executive Senior Management, leading and managing CIGP’s global Investment Banking practice. He also sits on the Group’s Investment Committee, where he is co-responsible for CIGP’s asset allocation and investment strategy in Asia.
Prior to joining CIGP, Hugues worked as a UK Financial Services Authority approved investment professional in London and Paris for Credit Suisse, ABN Amro, Rothschild and BNP Paribas where he started his career in 2002. In these roles, Hugues advised various corporate clients and private equity sponsors in the context of M&A and Leveraged Finance transactions.
Hugues is a Responsible Officer and Manager in Charge registered with the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission. He attended HEC Business School in Paris, graduating with a Master’s degree in Finance. He is fluent in French and English and proficient in Spanish.
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