Welcome to the July issue of International M&A’s monthly newsletter. As we hit the mid-point of 2019, I hope you all have the opportunity to stop, refresh, and enjoy the summer months.

In this issue we are sharing with you a few insights about us, what we are doing this month, and what we see happening in the market.

We welcome your comments and look forward to sharing more in the coming months. 

Business FAQ: 

What do we do?  

International M&A is your gateway to the international market.  Whether your business strategy requires you to enter or exit a foreign market, our focus on foreign direct investment (FDI) helps foreign investors succeed in a new country or move from one country to another. A boutique firm, International M&A has the flexibility and mobility to provide turnkey or fractional management services to meet the needs of our clients, in all parts of the world. Services include: 

Cross border Mergers and Acquisitions

Spin-off or Divestiture 

Exit from Foreign Market 

Post-acquisition Integration, Change Management, Turnarounds

Interim CEO

China Advisory Outbound and inbound  

Strategic Consulting 

Crisis Management 

Learn more about International M&A or contact us to learn how we can assist you in your cross border M&A or divestiture activity. 


Seeking an exceptional opportunity in the world of international business?  Check out our International M&A advisor program. The program is designed for people who have over 20 years of M&A experience with a strong industry focus in the areas of real estate, manufacturing, energy, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, biotech, or technology.    

International Market Update:

International Community Highlights:  

  • Select USA 2019 in Washington, D.C.: A record number of foreign delegations and FDI professionals gathered in Washington, D.C. to learn more about doing business in the United States. A big thank you to Barbara Humpton, CEO Siemens USA, for sharing Siemens’ history of investing in the United States.  
  • US – China Forum in Hong Kong: It was an honor to participate in the panel discussion on the collaboration of business, trade and investments between Texas cities and China at the US-China Trade and Economic Relations: What Now? What Next? Forum, hosted by the China-US Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) and the China Center for International Economic Exchange (CCIEE). Forum attendees gathered following the G20 Summit to discuss business and trade between China and the US. Check out our event photos here

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Click here to learn more about M&A International. Or contact us to learn how we can assist you in your cross border M&A or divestiture activity.