China Mergers and Acquisitions

China Corporation has the knowledge and experience to advise clients among each stage of the M&A process. With expertise of over 10 years we can add considerable value to your business and make sure that each stage of the transaction process is successful and in line with the corporate strategy. We help clients develop appropriate growth strategies based on their goals and recommend solutions to achieve their unique growth objectives. Services include:


Our professionals help clients define a M&A strategy that reflect the changing environment of industries, customers, and competitors. We help clients to identify potential opportunities to invest and set targets for growth. Our support includes amongst others the following sevices: Portfolio Strategy, Target screening, Deal structuring.


We help clients navigate the complex transaction execution process from tax, financial, IT and operational due diligence to financing options and transaction structuring.

Integration and Divestiture

Integration involves the process of combining two companies into one entity at every unit. We help clients merger the two companie’s frameworks into one set. These may range from information systems, departments such as HR and sales and their accompanying policies and procedures. We identify non-core assets and help companie’s to focuss on their USP’s.

Joint ventures and alliances

We find out the right reasons to enter into a joint venture or strategic alliance and assist clients throughout the entire process: strategy development, partner selection and operating implementation.


Corporation China clients have recently sold to strategic buyers in their industry, financial buyers (such as private equity firms), and buyers outside their industry seeking an entry platform. While strategic buyers often place the highest value on your company, a private equity can be considered a strategic buyer as well, if they have a related company in their existing portfolio. We are able to find the greatest number of strategic and financial buyers who will pay more due to our research, identification, and blind contact all industry buyers (locally and globally), including directly related industries and closely related industries.

Once we identify and discreetly contact the right set of strategic and private equity buyers, Corporation China stays committed and works until our client receives the best fit and the best price for his company.

No other M&A firm creates demand for your company the way we do. Corporation China markets your company directly to a broad range of targeted buyers, always maintaining total confidentiality and controlling all access to your information.

Here are the 4 essential keys to getting a deal done:

  • Right Timing If you see your business trending up over the next 6-24 months, it’s the right time to sell. When the outlook is positive, it’s the right time to sell. Buyers will focus on the future return your company will provide.
  • A Motivated Seller Deals get done when the seller is committed to the process and to the goal of finding and closing a transaction with the best buyer. Seller dedication and enthusiasm are critical.
  • Multi–Channel Marketing Global reach in a variety of channels ensures your company receives the attention it deserves. The 2–minute video we create of your company showcases its unique advantages to buyers in North America, Latin America, Europe, or Asia. To receive the video and information memorandum, interested buyers must be vetted by Corporation China and then sign and submit and confidentiality agreement.
  • A Controlled, Confidential and Competitive Bidding Process Drives Up Price When buyers compete, you win!

Corporation China is driven to getting you the best deal the market has to offer. We deliver a range of attractive deal options to our clients.


China Mergers and Acquisitions

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China Mergers and AcquisitionsA Personal Bank Reference Letter, only stating no bad record.

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China Mergers and Acquisitions

China Mergers and AcquisitionsA Passport Scan of the Director(s)

China Mergers and AcquisitionsA Certificate of Company incorporation

China Mergers and AcquisitionsA Company Bank Reference Letter – stating no bad record

China Mergers and AcquisitionsAll Documents need to be notarized by the Chinese Embassy.

China Mergers and AcquisitionsThis way is good for a Representative Office, but a Hong Kong Holding company is more suitable WFOE

If your company is $1 million + in revenue, we believe global expansion is a key strategy for ambitious companies around the world driven by opportunities that are critical to the future success of their business.

Our global team of seasoned professionals helps organizations in all industries evaluate the strategic rationale and potential candidates for a Joint Venture or acquisition, assess the potential costs and risks, and consult on local customs and integration issues.

Corporation China masters the systematic process of developing a strong, proactive plan to identify, contact, and ultimately convince potential partners of the benefits of working with your company.

Our local presence in multiple countries and regions gives us specific knowledge and insights that can make a crucial difference in addressing different corporate cultures and operating styles. And with our “straight talk” approach, we nurture and manage the degree of trust and mutual understanding between the participants.

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are both aspects of strategic management, corporate finance and management dealing with the buying, selling, dividing and combining of different companies and similar entities that can help an enterprise grow rapidly in its sector or location of origin, or a new field or new location, without creating a subsidiary, other child entity or using a joint venture.

M&A can be defined as a type of restructuring in that they result in some entity reorganization with the aim to provide growth or positive value. Consolidation of an industry or sector occurs when widespread M&A activity concentrates the resources of many small companies into a few larger ones, such as occurred with the automotive industry between 1910 and 1940.

The distinction between a “merger” and an “acquisition” has become increasingly blurred in various respects (particularly in terms of the ultimate economic outcome), although it has not completely disappeared in all situations. From a legal point of view, a merger is a legal consolidation of two companies into one entity, whereas an acquisition occurs when one company takes over another and completely establishes itself as the new owner (in which case the target company still exists as an independent legal entity controlled by the acquirer). Either structure can result in the economic and financial consolidation of the two entities. In practice, a deal that is an acquisition for legal purposes may be euphemistically called a “merger of equals” if both CEOs agree that joining together is in the best interest of both of their companies, while when the deal is unfriendly (that is, when the target company does not want to be purchased) it is almost always regarded as an “acquisition”.

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