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Global HFA and Tianyi Investment Group looking to acquire equity stakes in hedge funds

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Andrew Schneider
Opalesque Industry Update - Tianyi Investment Group and Global HFA have formed a strategic relationship to help both private and public companies looking to sell their business or a majority stake.

The size of the deals range from 50 mil to 100 mil. "We are excited to work with Tianyi Investment Group as their focus on cross border transactions will create more jobs in the US and help the economic growth" States Andrew Schneider President and CEO of Global HFA. Tianyi Investment Group is looking to acquire equity stakes in the GP's of Hedge Funds that are invested in the following industries and/or the underlying company.

The criteria set forth below is a guideline, and all terms will be subject to negotiation and due diligence. We are currently seeking target companies meeting the following guidelines:

Industries
Manufacturing
Industrial
Automotive Retail
Consumer Technology
Hedge Funds, Private Equity, and Real Estate Funds
Financials
EBITDA of at least $25 million
Positive EBITDA for last 5 years
Transaction size from $50 to $500 million
2 years Audited Financials, or must be reasonably easy to perform a financial audit.
Structure
The transaction is envisaged to be a control (but not necessarily a 100%) purchase.
Operators must remain with company

Tianyi is a well-qualified purchaser, and call your attention to the following points:

Tianyi will not need to seek additional financing, support, or additional commitments from any bank or other lending institution to consummate a transaction.

Tianyi is a private company and will not require shareholder, stock exchange, partnership or merger approvals, nor will it be required to make any material adjustments in its existing business prior to the acquisition, nor seek approval from any investment committee. As such, Tianyi is prepared to move swiftly to consummate a transaction and meet a seller's timeline.

Tianyi is prepared to show proof of funds upon execution of the material documents memorializing the transaction.

If you represent, or know of, a company that (i) fits the foregoing criteria and has ownership that may be open to the described transaction, a divisional divestiture, or (ii) that presents another opportune transaction within the aforementioned transaction size, then please submit your opportunity to Andrew Schneider at andrew@globalhfa.com with the following 6 ITEMS:

Short description of business
Purchase/Sale Price
Last 2 years of Gross Revenues
Last 2 years of Net Profits
Most current short form Balance Sheet clearly reflecting assets and liabilities
Next 12 months operating capital requirements

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