AMR supports Nexus Point Capital on its equity partnership with GL events Greater China

Nexus Point Capital and GL events Greater China logo as part of commercial due diligence project by AMR InternationalCongratulations to private equity firm, Nexus Point Capital on forming an equity partnership with GL events Greater China, paving the way for the expansion of
GL events’ local footprint and accelerated growth of the joint entity.

AMR International is pleased to have supported this transaction with buy-side Commercial Due Diligence (CDD). This is another example of AMR’s sector specialism in Technology, Information, and Events. We are agnostic of deal size and geography.

This transaction, based on a pre-money valuation of the shareholdings
of €259 million, will provide the Group with additional financial resources to pursue its successful development in China through targeted acquisitions.

Min Li, Founding Partner of Nexus Point Capital said, “We were delighted to partner with AMR who brought real expertise and depth of understanding in events.
Their China team was great to work with and did a fantastic job in helping us
to understand the intricacies and qualities of this investment.”

AMR’s unrivalled expertise in the global events sector, 10+ year track record in China, and impressive credentials of supporting large-scale private equity transactions, enabled us to provide Nexus Point Capital with the in-depth insight and strategic perspective required to assess the operation.

AMR’s work included recommendations on how best to manage the portfolio in the medium term to strengthen asset resilience whilst driving additional growth.

Florent Jarry, Head of AMR’s Global Events Practice said, “Despite the pandemic, this deal between Nexus Point and GL events sends clear signals to the market that there are long-term value creation opportunities across the events industry, particularly in China.”

For further information please contact one of AMR’s Private Equity Team:

Florent Jarry

Denzil Rankine
Executive Chairman