1.2 billion USD Chinese venture capital fund will invest in Indian tech startups

Chinese overseas investment has recently begun to branch out from their traditional preferred sectors – energy, real estate and infrastructure – and into a variety of other sectors, including technology. Chinese investors have recently turned their attention to Indian startups and the Indian tech sector. According to Jessica Wong, investment director at mobile advertising firm…

With the Endorsement of the Royal Crown Prince, the National Cyber Security Center announces its 2nd Annual International Cyber Security Conference

His Royal Highness Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia is officially endorsing the conference and the Assistant Minister of Interior for Technology Affairs will deliver the opening speech   November 6th, 2016 – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is diversifying its economy with a series of historic and bold policy changes, and preparing to achieve the milestones…

Transfer pricing: a risky business for the CFO?

By: Jan Bart Schober and Lucia Sahin, tax advisors, Loyens & Loeff The pricing of services and goods between affiliated entities (transfer pricing) has a huge impact on the worldwide tax bill of multinational enterprises (MNEs). A typical example to reduce the effective global tax liability, is the payment of royalties, interest or other charges…

Win annual membership to Priority Pass

Collinson Group, as gold sponsor at the Fintech Summit MENA, would like to invite you to take part in their prize draw to win one of 3 annual memberships to Priority Pass, the world’s largest independent VIP airport lounge access programme. Win annual membership to Priority Pass Simply visit their meeting space at the summit and…

China based Tsinghua discloses multiple-billion USD stake in Silicon Valley company

Tech companies around the world are among the many businesses benefiting from the recent flood of Chinese overseas direct investment. Tsinghua Holdings, a Chinese state-owned company, has recently disclosed an investment in Marvell Technology Group, a chip maker based in Silicon Valley. Although the size of the investment has not been specified, Tsinghua reported the…

8.2 billion USD Chinese conglomerate plans investments into US healthcare ventures

China based conglomerate AUX Group has announced plans to seek health services investments in the US and Britain, according to recent reports. The company has 8.2 billion USD in total assets and was named among China’s top 500 enterprises. The announcement comes after AUX Group’s planned 2.7 billion AUD investment into Healthscope, the second-largest operator…