Respected Beijing based Venture Capital firm the Marvont Group has unveiled its largest ever expansion strategy...
Online PR News – 27-June-2015 – Beijing, China – With the region’s financial and investment community having returned to a frenetic rate of business, surpassing even its pre-2008 position, many of China’s investment houses are gearing up to expand their operations and are willing to commit large sums of capital in doing so. One such financial services company is the Venture Capital firm the 'Marvont Group', which today unveiled its annual budget for industry growth. The company which has conducted a number of successful buyouts over its years in business is this time around placing the majority of its focus on growth towards both horizontal and market extension mergers.
"With the strong optimism regarding the health and future of the investment community in China at this time, we have decided to place a share of our expansion resources into mergers that will see our company appreciate gains in a relatively short time frame," announced the Marvont Group’s Public Relations Director Ms. Susanne Wong.
The Marvont Group provides a wide range of financial services and products to its clientele with a core focused on venture capital investment on the mainland as well as in Hong Kong and throughout Asia. Given the recent rapid growth in both China and Hong Kong in terms of private companies reaching successful public listings both on local boards as well as those of the U.S., Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd being the prime example, Marvont Group is expected to place the majority of its available funds towards the acquisition of suitable venture capital centric companies. "While our company places a great deal of our focus on obtaining the full benefit from the rich number of Pre-IPO investment opportunities on offer in the region, we are also fully committed to being able to offer a fully comprehensive array of services and financial instruments to our clients. It would therefore be safe to say that while we will be making our venture capital business a priority in this round of mergers and acquisitions that other components will not be overlooked," remarked Ms. Susanne Wong of the Marvont Group.