Success stories of technology startups such as Google, Alibaba, Flipkart and Amazon have not left Southeast Asia untouched. After the booming Indian startup scene, a number of ASEAN countries are now gearing up to attract entrepreneurs and stimulate the creation and growth of startups. China and India, in fact, are leading the trend not only in Asia but globally. Of late, the exponential growth in market value of technology startups worldwide has generated great curiosity in investors and investees. In this workshop conducted by i-Deals Network in Bangkok for participants, experts will train participants about new valuation methods and approaches along with real life case studies.
• This is a serious workshop created for ambitious startups, senior executives and
strategists from e-commerce, fin-tech and health-tech companies. Entrepreneurs
and PE/VC professionals planning to enter the e-commerce space also make ideal
participants. Seasoned practitioners looking to upskill themselves and grow their
practices will find value after attending this workshop.
• CFOs and Finance Controllers
• Understand the new valuation methods and approaches
• Learn fundraising strategies
• Analyse and critique the use of appropriate valuation models
• Know governance and regulatory requirements
• Foresee the growth of e-commerce industry
Andrew Stotz PhD, CFA - Co-founder and CEO, A. Stotz Investment Research
Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and an MBA from California State University and earned his PhD in finance from the University of Science and Technology of China. In 2013, Andrew retired from a 20-year career as an equity analyst at various brokers in Thailand to set up A. Stotz Investment Research (ASIR). His final eight years in the business were spent as a Head of Research, managing teams, and writing strategy regularly. He is the current CFA Society Thailand president.
Robert Lomnitz Managing Partner , BKVC Investments
Robert Lomnitz has been investing capital into early stage businesses and emerging and frontier markets for over 20 years, having started his career as a lawyer on Wall Street. From 1999 to 2002, he worked in the technology industry in the UK during the first dot-com boom and bust, managing firstly family office money and then the Venture business of a UK LSE traded company. In 2002, he co-founded a UK asset management business which ultimately became Duet Private Equity Limited ( www.duetgroup.net) and currently manages in excess of $2 billion of institutional money across a number of emerging market funds.
Surayos Chuephanich - Partner - KPMG in Thailand
Surayos has more than 10 years experience in corporate finance advisory and transaction services in addition to his audit, accounting and financial backgrounds. He has been involved in a number of engagements offering business valuation, M&A assistance, purchase price allocation, and financial and market due diligence. His industry experience covers automotive, oil and gas, insurance, leasing, hospitality, power plant, advertising, property fund and manufacturing.