Asia M&A Forum 2019

March 6 & 7, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

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On March 6&7 2019 , the 14th annual IFLR Asia M&A Forum is returning to the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong to discuss key trends in the market.

Affected by global events, there has been a shift in trends of M&A activity in the region. Awareness and adaptation to the changing climate is key in getting ahead of the regulatory challenges posed. The forum will provide attendees with key developments, best practices and tips for navigating unique deal-making environments in the region.

This comprehensive two-day forum will bring together leading industry experts and top counsel to debate top trends and the future of M&A in Asia. 

For M&A practitioners in the region, this is the must-attend event of 2019.

To reserve your place, contact us below:

Gurveer Vasir
+44 (0) 207 779 8579

Melody Mok
+852 2842 6992

James Murray
+852 6019 4668


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