FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Daniel Stepanek, Executive VP
Consulting for Strategic Growth I
STANLEY WUNDERLICH AND EXPERT PANEL TARGET MAJOR ISSUES FOR
TAKING CHINESE COMPANIES PUBLIC IN THE U.S.
CEO of CFSG1 Leads Discussion of “China’s Obsession with Reverse Mergers” at “Alternative Exits
Conference” at The Harmonie Club in New York City
NEW YORK, December 15, 2006 – Six major issues facing Chinese companies seeking public
financing in the U.S. were highlighted and discussed in depth by financial and banking experts led by
Stanley Wunderlich, CEO, Consulting for Strategic Growth 1 (CFSG1), during the “Alternative Exits
Conference” recently held at New York’s Harmonie Club.
Mr. Wunderlich led a panel that included James Hahn, founding Managing Partner, Asia Alpha
Private Equity (http://www.asiaalpha.com/new%20contact%20page.htm), LP; Marat Rosenberg,
Managing Director, Halter Financial Group, Inc. (www.halterfinancial.com); and Mark C. Jensen,
Principal, Barron Partners, LP (www.barronpartners.com).
The following key issues emerged as critical to successful investor relations for China-based
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1. Bridging the communications gap. The language gap remains an important barrier to smooth
communications between Chinese company management and U.S. investors. Unclear company
communications can create confusion and undermine credibility for both sides. Translators
familiar with the development strategies of the China companies and with American investor
concerns, market regulations and business terminology are needed to provide effective
communications and negotiate reasonable expectations.
Mr. Wunderlich cited successful experiences with three colleagues over the years:
▪ Roy Teng