Alberto Forchielli

Germany through China’s eyes

The Chinese may write “Europe,” but they read “Germany.”  Beijing has an aversion for uncertainty, it doesn’t…

Q&A: Alberto Forchielli, Mandarin Capital Partners

Source: unquote Founding partner Alberto Forchielli speaks to Amy King about expectations for the firm’s current fundraise, why Germany is…

Europe’s Unity can be an Example for a Fractured Asia

Considering the results, predictions for the future are easy to make: the 21st century will mark the economic ascension…

The Future Of Industrial Chinese Companies Outbound M&A: The Importance Of Local Guanxi

According to Wikipedia, “Guanxi describes the basic dynamic in personalized networks of influence, and is a central idea in…

Chinese Companies Can Get 'Beat Up' Abroad

China’s cross-border deals can go sour without local knowledge, according to Mandarin Capital, which has facilitated 10 deals between…

The Future of China's Private Equity

Alberto Forchielli on how private equity must adapt to a China that is no longer the workshop of the…

China Outbound Investment: A Conquering Army Is Only As Strong As Its Supply Lines

In the aftermath of WWII, the corporations of a victorious America were largely untouched by the fighting. Among the…

The Chinese Way.The stakes for the world’s largest Chinese-European private equity fund, Mandarin Capital Partners, are climbing higher the more the Eurozone plunges deeper into economic crisis. After purchasing companies in Italy, co-founder Alberto Forchielli is now turning his attention to Germany

Alberto Forchielli is to splash two-thirds of 1 billion euros, made available by Mandarin Capital Partners private equity fund,…

China's Number One Company Hunter

The investment company Mandarin has bought companies in Italy with money from Bejing. Now it’s Germany’s turn. Alberto Forchielli loves…