Finding the opportunities in Asian Private Equity

Finding the opportunities in Asian Private Equity

13 July, 2016 l New York City

Now in its 11th year, the AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Forum - USA will continue to provide North American LPs and GPs an annual update on the Asian private equity market. The Forum will provide attendees with expert content covering local opportunities and insights, market trends and a roadmap for selecting partners and committing capital. Join Asia's most successful fund managers as they share their views and experience on why Asia is, and should remain, an important part of a diversified global private equity portfolio. 

Why attend AVCJ USA 2016?

2016 has witnessed the most volatile start to a year since the finical crisis with plummeting and rebounding stock markets, fluctuating currencies and weak economic indicators for GDP. China as the growth engine of the world has attracted a fair amount of this attention, causing jitters amongst investors. However as with any cycle, private equity is poised to take advantage as lower valuations, distressed plays and a better deal environment provides fertile ground for GPs. The fundamental consumer story is still strong across the region and will continue to reap rewards for investors in the right companies in the right sectors and despite a slowdown, growth in the region is still globally unmatched. For investors looking at Asia for the first time or continuing to manage their Asia portfolio's it remains crucial for them to meet the right partners and AVCJ provides the perfect opportunity to meet them under one roof in New York.




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Topics to be covered at AVCJ USA include:


Which markets and sectors are providing the best opportunities in the current landscape?


Can US investors access top managers from outside the region? How do you compete against large institutional investors?


Which exit strategies are delivering the best returns?


How is the cross-border phenomenon developing and how do you deal with post-deal integration?


How should a US investor justify Asian allocations to its investment committee?



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