LONDON, 03 June 2015: Financier Worldwide is pleased to announce that Jo Yan Lim of MahWengKwai & Associates LLP  has been recognised as a leading expert in its 2015 M&A and Corporate Finance Handbook.

Jo Yan was showcased as a recommended professional in Malaysia. Financier Worldwide’s Handbook contains detailed profiles of leading experts from around the world who have extensive knowledge of buy side and sell side M&A services; carve outs and spin-offs; joint ventures and strategic alliances; due diligence; deal implementation and transaction structuring; complex deals such as those with a cross-border element; post-merger integration; and operational strategy, all across the full range of industries and sectors.

According to the Handbook, “At present, and perhaps for the first time since the 2007-2008 global financial crisis plunged markets headlong into years of fiscal uncertainty, the outlook for the financial services sector is looking much brighter, with 2014 having been a watershed across the spectrum of corporate finance. Impressively, the upswing in the fortunes of the financial services sector has come against the backdrop of considerable economic and geopolitical challenges. Renewed struggles in the eurozone, tumbling oil and gas prices and trouble in Ukraine and Russia have all posed serious and lasting threats to the stability of the global economy. Equally, the winding down of the US Federal Reserve’s massive stimulus package has had a detrimental effect on emerging nations. Despite these challenges, 2014 was a year in which corporate finance advisers, chief financial officers, bankers, investors, treasurers, accountants, brokers, risk officers and the like witnessed a demonstrable upsurge in worldwide corporate finance transactions, with high-level activity taking place in the M&A, private equity and banking and finance space.”

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