Financial Times: Mongolia dealmakers see strong pipeline

Dealmakers operating in Mongolia will find many companies looking for funding but face hurdles such as little understanding of valuation metrics and overly optimistic growth projections, industry practitioners told mergermarket. As acquisition activity heats up in the country, structuring deals using earn-outs and other performance payments can help bridge the wide gaps between how buyers and sellers value a business, panelists said at “Mongolia: New Frontiers in M&A and Private Equity,” a mergermarket forum held in Ulaanbaatar on 8 November. “One of the biggest challenges we’re facing is the seller mentality and educating the seller on the very basics of corporate finance and M&A transactions,” said Bold Baatar, a former JPMorgan banker who chairs the country’s stock exchange. To read the full article, click hereMongolia dealmakers see strong pipeline

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