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May 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In light of recent investigations made by the SEC on U.S. listed Chinese companies and the delisting of several Chinese companies from NYSE and Nasdaq -- China Entrepreneurs, a
Beijing-based business intelligence company, will bring together Chinese company executives and the experts to give their insights on successfully navigating the often tumultuous waters of investment opportunities in
China at the
Wall Street China Forum: Assessing U.S. Listed Chinese Companies. The forum is an all day event that will take place at
New York City's Intercontinental Times Square on
May 6th from
9:00 am to 5:30 pm. The cost is
$599 and includes a Friday Networking Cocktail Hour.
While the SEC investigations have created a less than welcome feeling towards Chinese companies planning for an IPO on Wall Street, not all Chinese companies should be seen as bad apples. However, in a time when a lack of transparency and communication exists between Chinese companies, accountants, auditors, and investors alike-- how can one be sure to pick the good apples?
The Wall Street China Forum's discussions will provide a look into SEC regulatory hot button issues and discuss due diligence best practices--imparting a comprehensive and objective look at investment opportunities in Chinese companies. Panelists will feature Chinese company executives from -- China XD Plastics Company Ltd. [Nasdaq: CXDC], China HydroElectric Co. [NYSE: CHC], China HGS [Nasdaq: HGSH] and Kingold Jewelry Inc [Nasdaq: KGJI] and on the ground experts from KPMG,
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP., BlackRock [NYSE: BLK], Rodman & Renshaw, Blank Rome LLP, HC International, and more.
China Entrepreneurs successfully hosts on average, 25 large scale conferences all across
China every year with topics ranging from entrepreneurship to capital markets. Its forum on
May 6th will be the first event to take place outside of
China, bringing its first-hand knowledge to financial professionals in
New York City. To register for the
Wall Street China Forum: Assessing U.S. Listed Chinese Companies, please visit the forum website at
www.wallstreetchinaforum.com or contact Chessie at
About China Entrepreneurs:
China Entrepreneurs was founded in 2003 by
Eric L. Schmidt as the first entrepreneurial networking initiative in
Beijing. From its humble beginnings as an informal monthly gathering for entrepreneurs in
China, to its, now, annual 1,000+ attendee "China Mega Forum for Entrepreneurship and Innovation", China Entrepreneurs has become one of the most respected organizations to serve entrepreneurs in
China. China Entrepreneurs is the flagship brand of CEBEX Group, a leading business intelligence company based out of
Beijing, China. For more information please visit their websites at:
www.ce-online.cn (China Entrepreneurs) or
www.cebexgroup.com (CEBEX Group).
Eric L. Schmidt, President and Founder of China Entrepreneurs, and past event photos available upon request.
For more information on the Wall Street China Forum: Assessing U.S. Listed Chinese Companies, BROCHURE is available upon request OR visit the forum WEBSITE at: www.wallstreetchinaforum.com
SOURCE China Entrepreneurs