Networking, deal sourcing, investment presentations
Ms. Granatstein will discuss how she build the private program at Canada Post to a $2 billion private equity and infrastructure program. On a go forward basis, she will discuss what she is looking for in terms of future investments and any concerns she has with the current market.
Private equity secondary has a been a fast-growing asset class globally. Here in Canada, a number of players are actively participating in the market, each with its unique area of focus. The panelists will share their thoughts on market trends, investment strategy and fundraising.
A dynamic panel representing leading North American private debt funds will discuss deal flow sourcing strategies with private equity sponsors and non-sponsors, as well as the advantages of private debt vs. commercial bank lending in leveraged transactions. Discussions will also focus on strategies and best practices in portfolio management/underwriting in an economic downturn.
M&A activity in the mid-market in Canada has been very healthy for years, largely in the sellers’ favour. How have buyers adapted to these dynamics, at macro and deal-by-deal levels? Our panelists are from both sides of the deal, as principals and advisors.
Aging infrastructure and growing populations are driving the need for massive investment into infrastructure globally. This coupled with a demand for yield is creating the perfect storm for infrastructure investment. Where are the opportunities and how are deals getting done in today’s competitive market?
Stuart M. Elman, Managing Partner of Persistence Capital Partners, Canada’s leading private equity fund exclusively focused on high-growth opportunities in the healthcare field, will attempt to de-mystify investing in Canada’s healthcare market.
As public equity investors increasingly embrace sustainable investing strategies, attention is turning to private equity. Several GPs and their LPs are seizing this as an opportunity to challenge the conventional (and sometimes all too negative) narrative about the broader role of private equity in society. Funds like Bain Double Impact and TPG Rise are just the beginning of what may be the next big evolution for our industry.
PrivCap Resources Group
250 Yonge Street, Suite 2201
Toronto, ON, M5B 2L7
Tel: +1 888-880-3205 | US-CA
Tel: +41 43 508 9385 | Europe
Register: Feb 15-May 15
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