MNC Investment Trends & Risk Mitigation: Navigate a Path Forward
The briefing will include a presentation by Eduardo Morcillo, Managing Partner of InterChina, who will share the findings from their latest survey of over 250 MNCs with investments in China and take place on Tuesday, 5 March 2024 at CBBC’s Shanghai office.
The briefing will provide insights and data-driven findings on the current roadmap for multinationals in China and explore the factors impacting corporate strategies such as geopolitical and local policies, competition, and the mitigation actions to the risks and challenges posed by these factors.
InterChina latest report focuses on the investment environment and corporate best practice of multinationals, drawing conclusions based on data collected through surveys of MNC CEOs. Key themes include:
MNC situation assessment. How companies perceive the investment environment, and the balance between opportunity and risk for their business in China
MNC strategic direction: what is required to succeed in China, scale, deep localisation, playing local ecosystems, balancing opportunities
- MNC best practices: looking at MNC benchmarks, such as novel ways to achieve growth, adapting to technology trends, investment strategies and M&A/JV tactics, HQ- China relations, governance and organisation models.
16:30-16:35 Welcome note, Tom Simpson, Managing Director, China, CBBC
16:35-17:05 Briefing - China Investment Environment and MNC Reaction in 2024, Eduardo Morcillo, Partner & CEO, InterChina
17:20-17:30 Event wrap up
About the Speaker
Managing Partner of ICP (InterChina Partners)
With 23 years of China corporate development and investment banking experience, Eduardo is Managing Partner of ICP (InterChina Partners). ICP ranks among China’s top 5 mid-market Investment banks with more than 200 M&A and Divestment transactions successfully closed. The company employs 60 people and has offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and London. InterChina is member of Clearwater International, one of Europe’s leading investment banking firms. Eduardo is a member of several board of directors in China and APAC, a member of YPO and an associate professor in Cheung Kong Business School and IE for MBA executive education. Prior work experience with Credit Suisse Asset Management (Madrid) and Sinclair Roche & Temperley (London).