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London Business School 10th Annual Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference

Event : London Business School 10th Annual Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference

Fri, 07/03/2014  
Conducted by : London Business School Private Equity & Venture Capital Club
Contact : Paolo Mattiello

“Embracing Change: Evolving Strategies to capture Value and drive Growth”
Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NZ
 
Hosted by the London Business School Private Equity & Venture Capital Club, this flagship event attracts a rich variety of industry professionals from GPs to LPs, advisors, recruiters, media, as well as enthusiastic business school students and academic thought leaders, forming a diverse public arena for debate of current trends, challenges and opportunities in the private equity and venture capital space.
This year’s conference theme examines the strategies industry players are using to stay competitive and generate returns in the current cycle.
 
Keynote Speakers:
Andrea C. Bonomi Founder and Senior Principal at Investindustrial
Joseph C. Schull Managing Director and Head of Europe at Warburg Pincus
Alain Carrier Managing Director and Head of Europe at CPPIB 
The event will also feature prominent panellists from: 3i, Accel Partners, Actis, Amadeus Capital Partners, Bain Capital, Cerberus, CPP Investment Board, General Atlantic, GSO Capital Partners, Index Ventures, KKR, Oaktree, Terra Firma, The Carlyle Group, TPG, Warburg Pincus and more to be confirmed in due course.

 
Panels:
VC in Emerging Markets: Current status of CV in emerging markets
Corporate CV: The emergence of corporate VCs and how they drive innovation
Current trends in CV: Recent trends from crowdfunding to talent management in growing startups
Large Cap: Money Chasing Deals
LP Perspective: Allocation of increasingly scarce resources
Value Creation: Identifying drivers of value creation in uncertain environments
Mid-Markets: Standing out from the middle in a crowded environment 

Early bird registration will open in January 2013. For more information, please contact us at peconference@london.edu
 
 
 
 


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