Stuart Waugh and Michael Flood will be participating in the "PE M&A Panel: Harnessing the Capital Flood" at the 2013 ACG Toronto Capital Connection.
The event brings together mid-market company executives, business owners, intermediaries and service providers with influential executives from Canadian and US private equity firms, banks and specialty financial institutions.
Stephen Foote will be attending ACPM’s National Conference on behalf of Northleaf Capital Partners.
This year's conference, "The Retirement Challenge: Bridging the Generations," will highlight the issues facing the current and future beneficiaries of the Canadian retirement income system. The conference is an industry event for executives and pension professionals to discuss best practices and how to improve the retirement income system.
Stephen Foote will be attending the Canadian Investment Institute on behalf of Northleaf.
The Canadian Investment Institute event is designed for pension and benefit plan fiduciaries to learn about and discuss investment issues with leading-edge thinkers in Canada. Topics include the current economic outlook, alternative investments and private equity and infrastructure investing.
Jamie Storrow and Stephen Foote will be attending the SuperReturn U.S. conference on behalf of Northleaf.
The 6th annual SuperReturn U.S. conference brings together over 500 delegates, including more than 170 limited partners, to give their views on the latest developments in the global private equity industry.
Jeff Pentland will be attending the French Canadian Investments Institute on behalf of Northleaf.
The French Canadian Investments Institute event is designed for pension and benefit plan fiduciaries to learn about and discuss investment issues with leading-edge thinkers in Canada. Topics include the current economic outlook and alternative investments.
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 – Capital: The Fuel for Business – focuses on the role venture capital and private equity plays in stimulating business in Canada.
Northleaf Capital is pleased to once again sponsor the CVCA conference.
Daniel Dupont is a featured speaker at this secondary market focused roundtable discussion.
Northleaf Capital Partners, Cogent Partners, New York City Retirement Systems, and Nixon Peabody LLP are pleased to present this secondary market focused roundtable discussion with corporate executives, private equity and venture capital investors, investment bankers, and professional advisors.
Hear from an interactive panel of industry experts on the trends, challenges and deal flow opportunities in the secondary market.
Michael Flood will be speaking on a panel entitled “The Defining Traits of Top Middle Market Managers” at the 2013 Buyouts East Conference.
The Buyouts East Conference brings together over 750 attendees to discuss the latest trends in global private equity, including fundraising, deal financing and deal sourcing.
Stuart Waugh is the featured speaker at a CFA Society Toronto chapter event, entitled "The Canadian Invasion": Infrastructure is a Global Asset Class. This session will provide perspective on the evolution of the infrastructure asset class from an “alternative investment” to a core component of many institutional portfolios and will also highlight the significant contribution and influence that large Canadian pension plans have made to the asset class globally.
Jeff Pentland will be moderating a panel at the 2012 Aboriginal Private Equity Summit.
The 2012 Aboriginal Private Equity Summit is a one day event which brings together fund managers, Aboriginal businesses and Aboriginal limited partners. This second annual event will provide First Nation, Inuit and Métis business leaders with a more in depth understanding of the private equity market and the opportunities for financing and investment. It will give private equity managers and advisors knowledge of financing, governance, investment and fundraising opportunities that exist in Aboriginal communities.