Cognizant of the record growth in the private equity industry over the last ten years, funds are working harder than ever to put capital to work. Today, the industry manages over $3 trillion of capital and the amount of dry powder has surpassed $1 trillion. In order to generate growth and maintain returns on the capital pouring into the industry, GPs must enhance their capabilities and develop new strategies. Or change the terms of their relationships with LPs.
At Institutional Investor’s 2019 Private Equity Summit – West Coast, GPs and LPs will meet to compare notes on the current investment opportunity set in private equity and debt. What are GPs and LPs doing to enhance their respective investment processes and improve investment outcomes? Will LP appetite for niche strategies remain strong going into 2019?
Daniel T. Steele, Boston University
Samir Ben Tekaya, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation
Sebastien Siou, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Andrew Kelsen, Chicago Public School Teachers Pension
Jim Walker, Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan
Brian Chun, Helmsley Trust
Dana Johns, Maryland State Retirement
Lisa M. Vazquez, Partners HealthCare
Patrick Pace, UTIMCO
Brian T. Neale, University of Nebraska Foundation
Steve Davis, Sacramento County Employees' Retirement System
Christopher Schelling, Texas Municipal Retirement System
Matt Johnston, UPS Group Trust
The Outlook for Returns: Do LPs Remain Enthusiastic about Private Equity?
The Utility of the Secondary Market: New Purpose and Strategies
Sustainable Models for Co-Investment: Lessons from Small and Large LPs
The US and Beyond: Sourcing Opportunities in the Small to Middle Market
Accessing the Technology Growth Story in China
Why LPs Still Find Healthcare Investments Attractive in Private Equity
The Alluring Opportunity Set in Specialist Sectors
Using the Private Equity Model in Non-Traditional Sectors
Private Debt – Finding Esoteric Opportunities
The Effect of China Companies on the VC/PE Market
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