GEO Investing

With an improving macro-economic outlook and new government leadership in place, investors are taking a fresh look at investing in China. However, investors remain highly selective with a focus on companies with strong corporate governance and accounting practices, transparent business models, and a track record of being responsive to shareholder concerns.

Hosted by CCG and Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk, the 2013 China Best Ideas Investment Conference will provide investors with the opportunity to meet with senior management of Chinese companies that have weathered the storm of economic uncertainty and have shown a strong commitment to shareholder value. This one-day event – featuring 30 companies in the healthcare, technology, consumer products and specialty industrial sectors – can serve as a great introduction to China’s growth opportunities.

The conference is expected to draw over 300 investors, including fund managers, private equity, analysts, family offices, investment advisors and high net worth individuals.

Dan David on Expert Panel

Dan David is the co-founder and partner of GeoInvesting and currently serves as vice president. Dan oversees daily operations; China based investigations and business relationships for GeoInvesting. Dan has been featured in several major news outlets such as the New York Times, Bloomberg News, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s Magazine and ABC’s Nightline for on-the-ground due-diligence.

GeoInvesting is a financial portal designed to gather, analyze and disseminate information on public companies trading on the U.S. financial markets. The major theme of the GeoTeam’s philosophy is to provide quick, concise and efficient research. GeoInvesting also offers on-the-ground due diligence services for clients in China. The GeoTeam currently includes employees who are Chinese nationals based both in the U.S. as well as China. GeoInvesting’s professional diligence team to date has identified an impressive list of both long investment ideas as well as companies who have materially misrepresented themselves.

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