Seta Capital was chosen by the Italian government to promote Sino-Italian investment

Seta Capita lhas recently been selected by the Italian government as the exclusive partner for its investment promotion arm in China.The investment promotion unit is part of the Italian Trade Agency, which aims to strengthen economic ties between Italy and China.

About the Italian Investment Promotion Sector

The Italian Investment Promotion Agency (FDI) is a government agency that promotes overseas investment in Italy.

FDI has 19 offices around the world and seven main branches including New York, London and Beijing.FDI project library collection to many projects from all over Italy, project covers manufacturing, aerospace, life science, digital technology, logistics, and many other areas, the obligation to foreign investors to give full support, including but not limited to location and on-the-spot investigation, financial support and incentives, assist with market research, assist to complete the work permit application and so on.

As the exclusive partner of The Italian Department of Investment Promotion in China, We will be organizing online and offline roadshows for all walks of life in Italy in conjunction with INVITALIA, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Italian regional governments and associations.

At the same time, Tanya Wen, Seta Capital co-founder, was named China head of Italy’s investment promotion arm.”Seta Capital is very honored to contribute to such an important project and we will devote all possible resources to complete the government project in the best way we can,” said Tanya.

About Seta Capital

Headquartered in Milan, Seta Capital is a boutique investment bank focusing on cross-border mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnerships between China and Europe.We currently have offices in Italy, China and the Netherlands.In recent years, we assisted nearly 40 Buyers and sellers in China and Europe to complete cross-border M&A, joint ventures and strategic cooperation projects. The cases included m&G’s investment in Italian Carioca, Siemo Electric’s acquisition of Italian robotics Company Epistolio, And Qijing Machinery’s acquisition of German Heat Treatment company.In 2019, we completed 40% of the cross-border M&A projects between China and Italy.

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