NASDAQ hosted top financial business leaders from the United States and DIFC to discuss future business opportunities between the two regions. The leading financial hub in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, DIFC, joined the roundtable discussion at NASDAQ’s New York Times Square headquarters, to discuss the value of future engagement with US organizations. I appreciate the opportunity to join the discussion through the invitation of Arif Amiri, CEO of the Dubai Government – Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Adena Friedman, president and CEO of Nasdaq. Li Xu International and International Mergers & Acquisition are committed to bringing our clients the most optimal access to the global capital market and market access. Participation in these discussions assists us in continuing to provide practical business strategies, global capital market access, and China market access through our advisory services and co-management partnership with well-selected companies. Together, we build a solid operational foundation, healthy cash flow, access to global capital for fast expansion, and penetration in the biggest and fast-growing global market – China. Included in the NASDAQ discussion (pictured): Bob McCooey of the US, SVP Global Capital Markets at Nasdaq and Gavin Serkin from the UK, founder, New Markets Media & Intelligence and author of ‘Frontier’ (Bloomberg).