Presentation on theme: "Chinese Economic Reform Administration Key Factors in Private Placements Recapitalization as a prelude to a Successful IPO Grand Avenue Capital Partners."— Presentation transcript:
Chinese Economic Reform Administration Key Factors in Private Placements Recapitalization as a prelude to a Successful IPO Grand Avenue Capital Partners LLC Members NASD SIPC Thomas Korzenecki, Principal Managing Director August 9, 2007 Beijing
Presentation Outline Key Factors in Private Placements Recapitalization as a prelude to a Successful IPO 1.Characteristics of the Private Placement Candidate 2.Purpose of the Private Placement 3.Proper Capital Structure 4.Investors 5.Valuation Parameters 6.Timeline for Successful Private Placement 7.Example of Pre-IPO Recapitalization Prospective Investor Categories 8.Elements of Engagement Agreement 9.Focus of Grand Avenues Financial Advisory Services
Grand Avenue Investment Banking Team Thomas R. Korzenecki Principal Managing Director Mr. Korzenecki has 14 years diversified operating and financial experience in the oil and chemical industry, with four years of merger, acquisition and divestiture work for ARCO and Occidental Petroleum. His responsibilities included divesting major assets in Europe and he was a key adviser in domestic acquisitions/divestitures involving businesses in the oil, gas, chemical, coal and food processing industries. He then initiated, financed and managed for 13 years four corporate acquisitions of manufacturing companies for his own account, one of which was involved in vulcanized rubber products. Since 1998, as a founding member of Grand Avenue Capital Partners, he has advised primarily private companies in the energy, engineered products, and a wide variety of manufacturing companies.
Grand Avenue Investment Banking Team Michael Marevich Managing Director Mike Marevich has been involved in mergers and acquisitions most of his working career as a principal, agent and chief financial officer with this responsibility. For the last five years, he was Managing Director of Gardiner & Rauen, a boutique investment banking firm focusing on middle market, primarily private, transactions. Prior to this time, Mike was CFO of DSL Transportation Services, SVP/CFO for Hollytron (a $60 million revenue chain of electronics retail stores), and CFO for Millers Outpost/Millers for Kids. During his tenure the chain grew from 31 to 330 stores and revenues grew from $60 million to over $700 million. Mike was also a shareholder and president of Hinshaws Department Stores, with prior experience as Director of Operations of the Bullocks-Wilshire chain. Mike has a BS in Finance/Accounting and an MBA in Finance, both from U. of Southern California. January 30, 2005