Dan McClory, the award-winning president and head of China equity investments for Boustead Securities, talks with business turnaround leader and The Mentors Radio Host Ric Brutocao about his career journey—stretching from Michigan to California, Italy to China—and his remarkable insights into doing business in China and Italy, the difference between an investor banker vs. commercial or merchant banker, the irreplaceable value of understanding people, the power of what we can learn from failures, capital and investment strategies, how to satisfy the ongoing need for growth capital, the importance of always moving forward regardless of success or failure, and a relentless commitment to “getting things done.” Dan also talks in detail about the criteria for a company to go public, what it means, how to get there, and how smaller companies now have a new option to get to IPO and to do it faster than ever before. Show Notes and Episode to appear here after Saturday’s first airing.
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February 1, 2020 at 5:09 am
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