2 summits for the price of 1! Register for one of the Summits but switch between both summits as much as you like during the day.
(Patrick Walujo, Northstar; Nicholas Bloy, Navis; Tom Lembong, Quvat)
According to data from The Asia Private Equity Review, 2012 saw an increase of 38% in capital raised for South East Asia, with this in mind, we have put together a new day focused exclusively on the South East Asia region. Featured sessions include
New session just added, to open the Summits, Marcus Simpson, Head of Global Private Equity, QIC will deliver the LP keynote address focused on The Rise Of The GLP. See across for full details
View agenda for the South East Asia Summit here
3 reasons why you should attend the SuperReturn Asia South East Asia Summit:
1) Find out what are the latest developments are in the hottest region in Asia
2) Meet & learn from the top GPs in the region – just some include Quvat, Northstar, Navis, Lombard, CVC all confirmed
3) Learn what LPs think of South East Asia – Axiom, IFC, FMO are just some of the confirmed LPs
(Nicole Musicco, Teachers' Private Capital; Brooke Jones, Carnegie Corporation of NY; Gonzalo Erroz, Allstate Investments)
The "Must-Attend" Summit for anyone planning to or currently fundraising in Asia and how to understand the current LP sentiment towards investing in Asia. The day is full of speakers who are new to the conference and will provide fresh insights from the LP community.
New session just added, to open the Summits, Marcus Simpson, Head of Global Private Equity, QIC will deliver the LP keynote address focused on The Rise Of The GLP. This new research paper will focus on how the roles of GPs and LPs have evolved:Much attention has been given to the evolution of managers in the private asset classes, including private equity. These managers are often referred to as the General Partner (or “GP”) as demonstrated by the pools of capital they manage and invest. GPs have grown dramatically in number, in their geographical reach, in the number of sub-asset classes in which they invest and the addition of operating and investor relation teams. Some GPs have even gone public. GPs traditionally raise the capital they invest from institutional investors and funds of funds; passive investors that are limited partners (“LP”s).
A number of LPs have also evolved. This evolution has accelerated since the 2008 financial crisis. These investors (often large) are now investing more directly into underlying private company opportunities and thereby greying what were the clear dividing lines between GPs and LPs. This address looks at this grey area and the rise of the “GLP”; institutions who commit to funds raised by managers and who invest directly into private companies either with managers (co-investments) or via their own (“solo”) investments.
Featured sessions include:
Plus, don't miss the discussion roundtables at the end of the day, where you can discuss the most pertinent issues in a more informal small group. This is the perfect opportunity to make new contacts as well as get a feel for the LP sentiment for the region
View agenda for the LP/GP Relations Summit here