The 2011 Aboriginal Private Equity Summit is a one-day event which brings together fund managers, Aboriginal businesses and Aboriginal limited partners. The summit, sponsored by Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business in partnership with Canada’s Venture Capital & Private Equity Association, provides First Nation, Inuit and Métis business leaders with a better understanding of the private equity market and the opportunities for financing and investment. It gives private equity managers and advisors knowledge of financing, investment and fundraising opportunities that exist in Aboriginal communities.
SuperReturn Latin America 2011 was launched in response to the global interest in Latin American private equity and the growth of a strong domestic investor base. More than 300 participants gathered to discuss potential fundraising opportunities and the growth of the region's markets. The conference included a focus on LPs, with panel discusses comparing a wide range of pan-regional funds.
The 12th annual Canadian Summit on Private Equity brought together institutional investors, private equity funds, consultants and advisors to discuss the transformation of the private equity landscape in North America following the economic downturn.
The Quebec City Conference
SuperReturn U.S. 2009 built on the success of the launch event in 2008 with in-depth discussion of where private equity is headed in these challenging market conditions. With over 300 participants, the event was alive with candid debate and discussion on delivering value to LPs and benefiting from opportunities presented by the current market dislocation.
This exclusive, invitation-only event has been developed to offer private family offices an opportunity to hear from recognized experts, who will provide a wealth of information and guidance through the key issues one needs to understand in order to successfully operate a single or multi-family office within the current environment. The panel of experts will discuss and educate attendees on the latest issues every family of wealth should consider, including developments in family office structures and the use of alternative investments in the family office portfolio and philanthropy.
The Conference on Asset Manager Selection, Due Diligence, and Governance is focused on providing plan sponsors and trustees of pension plans, university and hospital endowment funds and foundations, investment managers and consultants with practical advice on topics such as adding value with active management, risk budgeting, manager oversight and selection, and risk management strategies.
The CVCA annual conference is the premiere networking and professional development event for Canada’s venture capital and buyout industry and repeatedly attracts over 550 industry professionals and influencers from across the country, the U.S. and around the world.
The 19th annual Réseau Capital convention will be held on February 17th and 18th, 2010, at the Centre Mont-Royal in Montréal. Since its inception, the convention has brought together more than 250 investment industry stakeholders from different sectors such as institutional investing, venture capital and private equity, pension funds, angel investing and lending, along with investment bankers, entrepreneurs and business advisors. This year’s theme, “HORIZON 2010 – Anticipating Change” reflects the need to look to the future and anticipate the key trends that will impact the entire investment chain.
The 10th anniversary edition of AVCJ's Private Equity & Venture Forum India will be held in Mumbai from December 2-4, 2009. AVCJ's India PE & Venture Conference, described by MINT as "the country's marquee private equity conference" attracts over 400 of the leading private equity fund managers, institutional investors and their advisors with a focus on south asian private equity.