China international growth through cross-border M&A
We ensure certainty and efficiency while maximizing transaction value for our clients
ONEtoONE CF Greater China (“OTO China” ) compromises a team of highly seasoned investment bankers from Wall Street firms, top tier middle-market boutiques and multinationals with highly relevant credentials in cross-border M&A transactions.
We have executed numerous M&A deals in a broad range of sectors including but not limited to consumer, food and beverage, healthcare, automobile, and TMT. OTO China fully integrates the global platform to serve its clients in China by advising them on key strategic decisions such as inbound/outbound acquisitions, spin-offs, divestitures, JVs and so forth. We are in a unique position to serve middle-market firms in both China and overseas, identifying the right opportunities for them to capitalize on China’s international growth.
Our clients range from foreign and local private equity firms, state/privately owned enterprises to SME and local subsidiaries of MNCs. Drawing upon our deep understanding of China and its role in global deal flow, we have built a track record of maximizing clients’ value by helping them capture the benefits of an increasingly complex international economic environment.
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“The long-term growth of the world economy is coming from China.” – Jeremy Schwartz, WisdomTree’s director of research
China’s economy has been marked as one of the fastest growing, leading economies of this decade and continues to perform strongly, with growth projected at 6.6% for 2018 and accounting for around one-third of global growth.1 Over 800 million people have been lifted out of poverty and have achieved an upper middle-income status while China’s per capita GDP continues to converge to that of the United States.
Market Access Opportunity
The sheer size of China’s population and market show prospects for more growth in the near future. As the Chinese economy continues to evolve and grow into maturity, high-end industries such as healthcare, information technology, engineering, robotics and luxury goods, among others, can enter the competitive market with favorable conditions and plentiful resources. Despite the trade restrictions, China has and will play an increasingly important role in world trade. Additionally, some of the primary sectors of development and aligned governmental support in the next years will be the tech industry.
Historically speaking, in 2000, China was responsible for approximately 2% of global imports and exports, while these numbers significantly increased to 10% for imports and 11% for exports as of 2016.2 In addition, according to analysts from Vanguard, China has an immense potential for long-term growth, where foreign investors will benefit from exposure to China’s dynamic market in their portfolios.