The Role of Performance Monitoring in the Current Financial Climate

Event : The Role of Performance Monitoring in the Current Financial Climate

Sat, 11/07/2009 - 11:59
Contact : Jennifer Leahy

An Executive Level Breakfast Briefing
Thursday 12 March 2009, from 8am to 10am
Balls Brothers, 52 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7BS

Please join us for a full English breakfast, meet industry peers and hear our keynote speaker Justin Nuccio, Director, Asset Management Practice at Deloitte discuss the role of performance monitoring in the current financial climate.

With continuing valuation write-downs, 2009 is likely to see a static portfolio, with limited acquisitions until the credit market frees up. The focus for portfolio managers will be to ensure that existing investments survive and prepare for when the business cycle restores their value. It is vital that the operational and financial management of investment companies is effectively monitored against budget plans and covenants.

About the speaker
Justin Nuccio is a Director in the Asset Management consulting practice of Deloitte. This practice provides strategy, risk, operations and technology consulting services to the asset management and alternative asset management industries.  Justin is based in Deloitte's London office.

Prior to joining the UK firm, Justin spent ten years with Deloitte & Touche LLP in New York and Chicago.  His clients include global private equity firms, hedge funds, institutional asset managers, real estate opportunity funds, distressed debt funds, family offices, insurance companies and investment banks. 

Who should attend?
This executive level briefing has been designed for CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIOs, Partners and other individuals involved in private equity, venture capital, fund of funds and secondaries.

How do I register?
To reserve a place simply reply to this email or call Jenny or Charlotte on +44 20 7071 3054 or email marketing@frameworksoftware.com.

This seminar is free to attend, but no-shows may incur a fee to cover costs.

About 3i Infotech - Framework Ltd
3i Infotech - Framework Ltd is the UK's leading supplier of private equity management software. Our Framework software is a complete, end-to-end alternative assets software solution which helps manage risk, enables transparency and increases operational efficiency for all types of organisation across the entire private equity market.


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