Northleaf Capital is pleased to once again sponsor the Quebec City Conference.
The Quebec City Conference is an annual meeting of international investors involved in innovation or focused on long-term investments – VC and PE firms, family offices, institutional and strategic investors, sovereign wealth funds – and government leaders. The conference includes invitation-only forums for attendees, including a public policy forum on venture capital and innovation and an LP forum.
Stephen Foote attended ACPM’s National Conference on behalf of Northleaf Capital Partners.
This year's conference, "Shaping the Future, Delivering on the Past," attracted over 350 participants, drawn from the ranks of Canada's senior pension plan sponsors, administrators, service providers, policy-makers and regulators. The conference is an industry event for executives and pension professionals to discuss best practices and how to improve the retirement income system.
Daniel Dupont attended Capital Creation 2012 on behalf of Northleaf Capital Partners.
With over 300 attendees, Capital Creation is one of Europe’s premier private equity conferences. This year’s topics include fundraising, emerging markets and growth sectors, secondaries, pricing and the evolution of the regulatory environment.
Jeff Pentland spoke on a panel entitled “Deeper Trends for the Balance Of 2012: New Directions in Fundraising” at the 2012 Buyouts Conference.
The Buyouts Conference brings together over 300 attendees to discuss the latest trends in global private equity, including fundraising, deal financing and deal sourcing.
Michael Flood spoke on a panel entitled “Are Real Assets The Best Hedge Against Inflation? What Is The Optimum Way Of Accessing The Asset Class?” at SuperReturn Emerging Markets.
Over 350 attendees, including over 100 limited partners, gather annually to discuss and evaluate emerging market funds, with in-depth coverage of Turkey, China, India, Brazil and Africa.
Jeff Pentland will be speaking on a panel entitled “Exotic Alternatives – Timber, Agriculture and Commodities” at the PEI Global Alternative Investment Forum.
The PEI Global Alternative Investment Forum brings together Korean institutional investors/ limited partner investors and educate them about the opportunities, as well as risks, that are found in global alternative investment strategies. Case studies, presentations and panel sessions will focus on private equity, private equity real estate, infrastructure, and real asset investment.
Michael Flood spoke on a panel at the 2012 SuperReturn US conference, entitled “How are Sophisticated LPs Changing their Allocation to Real Assets within a PE Portfolio?”
The 5th annual SuperReturn US conference brings together over 500 delegates, including more than 150 limited partners, to give their views on the latest developments in the global private equity industry. This year’s event includes a focus on fundraising and GP/LP relations.
The CVCA annual conference is the premier networking and professional development event for Canada’s private equity and venture capital industry. This year’s theme – Venture Capital and Private Equity: Outperforming the Markets – focused on the advantages of the private equity model in the current market environment.
This invitation-only event is designed to bring together the very best private equity and venture capital fund managers who operate in Asia with European institutional investors who have a strong interest in, or are already committed to, investing in Asia.
The Association Française des Investisseurs en Capital (AFIC) Annual Conference provides the opportunity for institutional investors to meet and discuss trends with professionals in the French private equity industry. The theme of this year’s conference was “Private Equity, an engine for growth in a sluggish economy,” and focused on topics such as the key to fundraising success in 2012, reviews of secondary funds and the secondary LBO cycle.