Susquehanna Financial Group, LLLP's
Third Annual Beijing Management Summit Biggest Ever

83 participating companies and more than 400 attendees
conduct over 630 investor meetings

Beijing, China, September 21, 2009–
Susquehanna Financial Group, LLLP (SFG), a member of the Susquehanna International Group of Companies (SIG), hosted its Third Annual Beijing Management Summit on September 16-17 in Beijing, China. The conference brought together executives from leading, Chinabased public and private companies, portfolio managers, and analysts, as well as venture capital and private equity investors. The conference’s format consisted of one-on-one meetings, panel discussions, and company presentations.

This year’s conference was SFG’s largest to date, helping to facilitate further investment in the region. The conference had 83 participating companies, more than 400 attendees, and over 630 one-on-one investor meetings.

“Susquehanna remains dedicated to investors interested in Chinese companies and expanding our presence in that market as part of our larger growth strategy,” said Jack Micenko, Director of Global Research for SFG. “This event offers many of our U.S.-based institutional clients a chance to visit the region, meet with emerging-growth companies, and perform additional due diligence on potential investments. The conference offers companies an incredible networking forum and an opportunity to share their story with highly capitalized and motivated investors. We recognize the continued growth in the region and look to continue to add resources to our already robust China practice.”

SFG’s affiliated investment banking team in Asia provides capital markets expertise for China-based growth companies. Investment banking services include IPOs, follow-ons, PIPEs, private placements, registered directs, and advisory services. Globally, the team has worked on an aggregate deal size of more than $20 billion, with transactions in China reaching more than $2.1 billion. Throughout 2009, the team has worked on multiple deals, including those with VanceInfo Technologies (NYSE:VIT), in a follow-on capacity, and (NASDAQ:CYOU), as co-manager of its IPO.