2009 International Investments Summit-Dalian

The summit is a unique Northern China conference in the seaside city of Dalian that invites financial professionals and VC/PE investors from around the world to connect with over 100 high-quality Northeastern Chinese companies for undiscovered investment and business opportunities. We are committed to provide a compelling platform for participants to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the current financial markets as well as meet with outstanding Chinese entrepreneurs through the road show presentations, one on one meetings, or site-visits nearby. The conference is hosted by New York Pacific Capital. Ltd and Dalian Kaida Venture Capital Co. and supported by Asia Pacific East Mount Financial Group Ltd. from Hong Kong, Small to Medium size Enterprises Administration of Liaoning Province, Dalian City SME Bureau, China Bank of Communications, etc.

The summit is poised to be as a rich program, extensive networking and all who seek to know to best brand, market and finance the grow their companies successfully with new capital. This is ideal for executives, entrepreneurs, active investors of equity and debt, key financial advisors and industrial leaders. We offer the following benefits to attendees.

To meet and receive practical insights from the leading providers of growth financing, including top venture capital firms, private equity funds, PIPE investors, banks, and virtually every other source of equity and debt in the world.

To explore the exceptional Northern Chinese companies through presentations, one on one meetings and site-visits nearby. It would take months of meetings and a gold-plated Rolodex to match the breadth and depth of deal options available in one venue.

To brand your company among over 100 local Chinese companies and expand your client' base in China , especially in Bohai Bay region, a less-discovered golden area of China .

To promote your services and products to over 500 attendees including local businesses, government authorities and officers, industrial associations and Chinese entrepreneurs who looking to expand into the international markets.

Economic Panel:

1. Topic: Analysis of the current economic situation and forecast of the capital markets in China
Content: In the year of 2008, the global economy faced unprecedented challenges. Venture capital and private equity firms suffered greatly from the lack of liquidity and capital resources. Under these extenuating circumstances, China 's economic survival faces immense struggles. As the previous booming market dampens and frustrates economic growth, forecasts attempt to present future prospects within China 's capital markets.

2. Topic: The future prospects of the global economy and capital markets
Content: The global financial crisis triggered by the US sub-prime crisis has damaged the global economy from the virtual economy to real economy, from developed countries to developing countries. The global economic growth rate sharply decreased as the leading developed countries decline into a recession. Global economic growth has weakened at a rate of 2%, significantly lower than the 5 % average rate over the past five years. The panel discusses the current financial crisis and the possibility of improving conditions.

International Capital Market Panel:

1. The current global capital markets and the potential opportunities for Chinese companies
Content: Typically during this phase of growth private enterprises will experience a lack of available financing. Compared with the state-owned companies, financing is much harder, which will force increasingly more companies to consider going public.

2. Topic: The prospects of going public abroad in the current market
Content: In this financial crisis, stock prices have plunged from their once bull market highs; some have even lost over 90% of their value. The panel explains the uncertainty surrounding national and global economic prospects have dimmed the outlook on Chinese stocks and what's the possible options still available for Chinese companies looking for going public.

3. Topic: The legal and financial roadblocks Chinese companies may face when seeking going public abroad
Content: This panel seeks to explain the political problems, statutory provisions, contract difficulties, risk aversion and due-diligence Chinese companies may face as they attempt public offering abroad. Overall, the panel will clarify the legal and financial roadblocks companies may face abroad as they endeavor to facilitate public offerings.

Venture Investment and Private Equity Investment Panel:

1. Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments
Content: Venture capital and private equity firms are usually comprised of funds from institutional investors or wealthy individuals that fund the development of businesses and assume large amounts of risk, but often benefit from exceptional returns.

2. The current situation of Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments under Financial crisis
Content: With a lack of liquidity during the financial crisis, venture capital and private equity firm investments have plummeted significantly. Specifically in the fourth quarter of 2008, venture capital firms decreased investing by 30%. Burdened with limited access to credit, private equity firms face increased difficulty in financing deals with significantly less leverage.

3. The opportunities and challenges for China's Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments in 2009
Content: Chinese venture capitalists rely primarily on an eventual public offering as an exit strategy. Given the limited access to capital and slowing growth within China , opportunities for venture capital and private equity investment domestically face significant challenges.

Local Economic Panel:

1. The situations for Bohai Bay region companies participating in the domestic and international capital markets
Content: The Bohai Bay region is a dominant force as one of the three largest economic zones within China . With increasing amounts of foreign investment predicted to begin flowing into the Bohai Bay region, opportunities from both domestic and global capital markets are predicted to greatly benefit regional companies.

2. Position Bohai Bay region in China's Economic Zone: compare with Pearl River Delta region and Yangtze River Delta region
Content: In contrast to the Pearl River Delta region and the Yangtze River Delta region, the Bohai Bay region stands as the less developed of the three major economic zones within China . Foreign investments are predicted to increase within the Bohai Bay region, intensifying growth. In contrast, both Pearl River Delta region and the Yangtze River Delta region have surpassed the Bohai Bay region in growth for the past two decades.

3. Promote the economy development by leveraging Domestic and International Capital in Bohai Bay Economic Zone
Content:The Bohai Bay Economic Zone composed of Beijing , Tianjin , Hebei , Shandong and Liaoning is poised to become the next dominant economic zone in China . International venture capital firms have been increasing investments within China and decreasing investments in Europe and the United States . The panel will explain the methods of industrial development through the increasing

Enterprise Development Panel:

1. The opportunities and challenges for China's companies under Financial Crisis
Content:While growth has slowed in China from the oppressive nature of the financial crisis, this panel will explain not only the challenges but also the opportunities for China amid the contracting growth of Europe and the United States .

2. Development and forecast of industry sectors
Content:The global downturn in economic activity presents certain roadblocks to the development of industries. This panel seeks to forecast the possible future implications of the financial crisis on the development of industry sectors such as technology, oil, transportation, and finance.

3. Capitalizing on Opportunities During the Current Market Turmoil: Positioning your company for the Future
Content:There are still opportunities despite the recessionary circumstances. Companies should take suitable measures to their resource reallocation plan to enhance cost competitiveness and operational efficiency. They should also clarify the positioning of brands and products and set up an organizational structure and product market mechanism to react swiftly and flexibly to the changes of the market.

Program

 

Time

Program

May 24 th 2009

18:00-20:00

Pre-registration & Pre-conference Cocktail Reception.

18:00-20:00

VIP Sponsor dinner with Organizing Committee.

 
May 25 th 2009

08:00-09:00

Pre-Registration & Breakfast.

09:00-10:00

Opening ceremony & Speech.

10:30-11:00

Panel discussion: Analysis of the current economic situation and forecast of the capital markets in China .

11:15-11:30

Break

11:30-12:00

Panel discussion : The future prospects of the global economy and capital markets

12:00-13:00

Guest Presentation Lunch, business communication.

13:30-18:00

Road shows for companies: A room is for exhibitors, B room is for distinguished exhibitors.
one on one meeting on the booth.

18:00-19:00

Break

19:00-22:30

Conference reception and performance.

 
May 26 th 2009

08:00-09:00

Pre-Registration & Breakfast.

09:00-09:30

Panel Discussion: The legal and financial roadblocks Chinese companies may face when seeking going public abroad.

09:30-09:45

Break

09:45-10:15

Panel discussion: The prospects of going public abroad in the current market.

10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-11:00

Panel discussion: The opportunities and challenges for China 's companies under Financial Crisis.

11:00-11:15

Break

11:15-11:45

Panel discussion: Capitalizing on Opportunities During the Current Market Turmoil: Positioning your company for the Future.

12:00-13:00

Guest Presentation lunch, business communication.

13:30-18:00

Road shows for companies: A room is for general exhibitors, B room is for distinguished exhibitors.
One on one meeting on the booths.

18:00-19:00

Closeing Ceremony.

 
May 27 th 2009

A . 9:00AM

City tours for participants from overseas.

B . 9:00AM

Company visits in Dalian .

Guests


David Kopp
Managing Partner
New York International Capital LLP


Sabrina Guo
Managing Director
New York Pacific Capital Ltd.

Eric Landheer
Head of Asia Pacific
NASDAQ OMX Group

Michael Yang
Chief Representative of Beijing office   NYSE
 

Guang Xun Xu
Chief Rep of China
NASDAQ OMX Group

Richard Hsu
Director
Intel Capital China

Richard Anslow
Partner
Anslow & Jaclin Law LLP

Richard A. Friedman
Attorney  Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP 
 

Lawrence Guo
Partner
Broad & Bright

James Crane
Founder and President
J. Crane & Company

Crocker Coulson
President
CCG Investor Relations

Matthew Hayden
President
HC International Inc.
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