Welcome to the inaugural issue of International M&A’s monthly newsletter.
Each month we will share with you a few insights about us and what we see happening in the market. We welcome your comments and look forward to sharing more in the coming months.
As demand for our services grows, so does our presence in the United States.
We are now serving the New York City market and have taken an active role in the business community through involvement in the New York City Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and through international business events hosted by Columbia University and New York University.
In Texas we have joined the Texas Association of Business and are advising the City of Austin regarding its delegation to China.
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The uncertainty of the US – China trade war has taken its toll on many businesses; however, we’ve noticed an increase in mid-market Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) from China.
Good news, this creates an opportunity.
Our strategy: make the move and take the market share when nobody dares to make the call.
International M&A in the International Community
Houston’s international community remains very active with over 79 foreign representations in the city.
International M&A continues to work with these groups and associated chambers that represent foreign interests in the US.
We are honored to provide our international insights and guidance to the community.
In the first quarter, the City of Austin formalized their Economic Development Agreement with the City of Limerick, Ireland and we participated in the Finnish chamber’s site visit to ABB, the Swiss-Swedish multinational corporation that operates in robotics, power, and automation technology.
In addition, we participated in:
- Discussions with elected officials on trade between the US and China at the Asia Society of Texas
- Chinese New Year messaging from the CEO and chairman of the Texas Association of Business
- Energy innovation events hosted by the Norwegian Consulate
- Germany Chamber New Year celebration