Vietnam M&A Forum 2017 coming in August

On July 20, VIR and AVM Vietnam will co-organise a press-conference to officially announce The Vietnam M&A Forum 2017, scheduled to take place on Thursday, August 10, 2017 at GEM Centre, Ho Chi Minh City.

A platform for the Vietnamese and world business community, experts, and policy-makers to discuss the exciting developments in the world of M&A

As the ninth edition of the annual economic event under the theme “Seeking a Big Push,” the Vietnam M&A Forum 2017 will welcome 30 international and Vietnamese guest speakers and 500 senior leaders of investment funds, Vietnamese and international corporations, as a platform to meet and share opportunities as well as experiences from the most notable deals of 2016-2017.

Additionally, the participants will be able to meet international investors from the US, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and other ASEAN member states, as well as seek for opportunities from state-owned enterprise equitisation.

In the framework of the forum, a series of activities will be organised, namely the Gala Dinner to honour the M&A deals and advisory firms of 2016-2017 and a Master Class. As an added boon, the Vietnam M&A Outlook 2017 Special Publication will also be in print, providing quality coverage of the year’s global and domestic trends, as well as the most notable deals.

The Vietnam M&A Forum is a well-known annual event among the business community as well as domestic and international investors.

Over the past eight years, Vietnam M&A Forum has attracted more than 300 speakers, leading international and local M&A experts, and more than 3,500 senior leaders from international investment funds, international and local consultancy firms, state-run corporations, and private sector companies operating in Vietnam.

In 2017, the Vietnamese M&A scene is predicted to continue being abuzz with numerous stellar making headlines. In order for new deals to be successful, the market needs a big push in terms of a mechanism and policies to eliminate persisting bottlenecks, creating an attractive stock of supply, and attracting ample capital from in and outside the country.

By Kim Anh

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