This International PIPEs Conference 2009 is one of the most influentialevents covering finance and law pertaining to going public, raising capitaland cross-border investment in small-cap Asian companies. This is also agreat chance to experience China and join the largest gathering of companymanagement teams in Shanghai. This event will offer technical education onlaws and deal structures, company presentations, networking, andopportunities to network with Chinese-based and other Asian companiesseeking financing.
Henry Fahman will be joined by a group of experts, including RichardFriedman, Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference; Mandar Jayawant, FrontierInvestment & Development Partners; Raymond Oh, Morrison & Forester; KimSong Tan, Cambodia Laos Investment and Development Fund; and additionalpanelists, to discuss other opportunities in frontier markets in Asiaincluding Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, andMongolia.
About DealFlow Media, Inc.
DealFlow Media was founded in 2003 with the launch of The PIPEs Report, aresearch publication for those in the equity private placement market. Withthe launch of The PIPEs Conference in 2003, DealFlow Media distinguisheditself as the premier provider of finance conferences on Wall Street. ThePIPEs Conference has become the largest and most important event foreveryone in the equity market.
DealFlow Media has hosted a number of international conferences in Londonand Hong Kong. Last year The International PIPEs Conference in Hong Kongattracted investors, investment bankers, attorneys and companies from Chinato network and conduct business. DealFlow Media is dedicated to bringinghigh-quality finance conferences to Asia that help introduce U.S. andinternational investors to Chinese companies.
About Providential Holdings
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