What We Do
We are a multiservice advisory platform company whose primary focus is to provide expert advise and access to companies on cross border transactions in such industries as finance, real estate, technology, food, healthcare, agriculture and other sectors.
Our founders have a varied and vast back ground in government service, technology operations and investment banking, speak several languages and rely on over 60 years of collective expertise in such areas. Our two principals are headquartered in California with advisors located in Beijing China, Latin America, Europe and The United States.
The culture and backgrounds of the founders allow our firm to focus primarily in China and Latin America.
China is the largest country in the world in land mass and has the largest population, with over 1.3 billion people. China's economic growth has been both rapid and steady
over the last three decades, according to the National Statistics Bureau of
China. The growth domestic product (GDP)
as of 2012 reached a record high of 52 trillion RMB or about $8.3 trillion U.S.
According to BBVA Research, (Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria) www.bbva.com, Argentinian global financial services group founded in 1857) global expansion will continue in 2014 (3.6%) and 2015 (3.9%), this time with a greater contribution from developed economies. Despite certain market tensions we expect that as the their economic expansion continues a stronger middle class is emerging in certain countries as a result of government policies such as those in Mexico led by newly elected Presiden Enrique Pena Nieto. In addition Brazil is expecting to show economic expansion as well as they receive global visibility due to the 2016 Olympic Games and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. According to BBC the News, Brazil will grow at twice the expected growth in the next few years despite the slow down it incurred in 2013. As previously noted the advent of The Olympics, the FIFA World Cup and financial actions by the government will be some of the primary contributors and drivers that will have a positive effect on the economy as the largest country in Latin America continues to evolve as a defacto economic and energy leader.