Many companies believe in growth via the building sales teams, hiring supporting staff, building new facilities and a lot of hard work. One area that many CEOs don’t think about it M&A due to the baggage that can sometimes come along with buying a company.
If you want to get to market sooner, the c-level can speed things up by buying into that area. Although, we see many firms doing this, some are successful and others are failures. In the April CEO we will be talking about Japan and other Asian nation success stories and how to identify key opportunities.
The CEO welcomes Mr. Bruce Power, of Westgate Advisory. He’s been doing M&A work for nearly 25 years. He has covered a broad range of industries such as IT, Internet servicees, logistics, pharma, manufacturing as well as food and beverage firms.
Date – Thursday, 10 July 2014 1230PM-1400PM
Roppongi Hills Club- Roppongi Hills Club- Italian Restaurant- La Cucina
51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower,
Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-6151 Japan
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Bruce Pomer has spent his career at Merrill Lynch, Bank of America Securities and Shinsei providing M&A advisory services related to Japan for over 25 years before establishing Westgate Advisory 5 years ago. Bruce has significant experience advising foreign companies in Japan for acquisitions, minority investments, joint ventures and fund raising and similarly has advised Japanese companies both in Japan and overseas for similar transactions. He has covered a broad range of industries from IT and Internet services to logistics, pharma, food & beverage and general manufacturing.