Mongolia's committed to becoming the economic corridor of Eurasia.
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
Mr. Dwyer was a New York-based investment banker for 30 years, completing over 100 transactions. He founded and managed M&A departments for Shearson Loeb Rhoades and UBS-North America, where he served as head of cross-border M&A. Before that he served as deputy head of M&A at Kidder Peabody and was a Senior VP of investment banking at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.
Starting in 2001, Mr. Dwyer represented the Government of Mongolia as lead investment banker for the privatization of Trade and Development Bank and then for the privatization of Khan Bank, the largest retail bank in Mongolia. From 2003 to 2007, Mr. Dwyer was COO of the Mongolian branch of the North America-Mongolia Business Council. Subsequently, he has served as Executive Director of the Business Council of Mongolia since its inception in 2007.
Mr. Dwyer received an MBA from Columbia University and a BBA from the University of Notre Dame. He lives in Ulaanbaatar with his family.
Former US Ambassador E. Michael Ussery, the Company’s Chairman, commented: "We appreciate Jim Dwyer’s generosity with his time, expertise and contacts, throughout the development of our Hertz Equipment Rental business opportunity for Mongolia. We applaud his thirteen-year commitment to advancing the cohesiveness of the business community there and value his new, more formal relationship with Mongolia Holdings, Inc.”
About the Company:
Mongolia Holdings, Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiary Mongolia Equipment Rental Corporation, is the Hertz Equipment Rental franchisee for Mongolia. This exclusive franchise allows the Company to operate a business of renting, selling, and maintaining equipment for use in construction, mining, materials-handling, commercial, and industrial activities in Mongolia under the unique plan and system of Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation and Hertz Equipment Rental System.
Mongolia is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, led by the extraction of vast deposits of coal, copper, gold, uranium, iron ore and other commodities. Its proximity to four of the largest economies in the world -- China, Russia, Japan, and South Korea -- creates trade and cross-border investment opportunities that are distinct from those available to competing resource-rich countries. These natural advantages, along with recent pro-business changes in foreign investment rules, securities laws, and mining regulations, have the nation poised for sustained growth in the construction sector for infrastructure development and industrialization resulting from large-scale mining projects. Mongolia is an independent democracy of approximately three million people, dedicated to building the new economic corridor of Eurasia.
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