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McKinsey & Company
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Early morning sessions
Exploring the impact of shifts in the global geopolitical and economic landscape. What is the effect on different countries in Asia? And how do you manage your portfolio and assess risk in an environment of volatility and uncertainty?
Where should Asia-Pacific private equity and venture capital sit in a global portfolio? How does the region fare against Europe, the US and emerging markets?
Late morning sessions
How global trends in innovation and venture capital can be leveraged to benefit entrepreneurs beyond Silicon Valley
What are the newsworthy and controversial issues affecting industry practitioners today and into the future?
Early afternoon sessions
Beyond the headlines: what impact will capital control and regulatory changes have on the industry? Where is the listed market headed? And how do you find good deals at a good price?
How do LPs differentiate between managers in Asia? How does Asia fare against other emerging markets? What is the real incentive for co-investing and what happens when co-investments go wrong?
This session is only open to pension funds, endowments, foundations, DFIs, SWFs and ILPA members, subject to qualification. To register please contact Chloe Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chatham House Rule applies. Closed to press. Strictly limited to 20 attendees. First come, first served. No late admittance.
Is the credit market in Asia evolving into a more developed market akin to those of Europe and the US? Is there an increase in differentiation around strategy and is NPL investment the next big opportunity in China?
How have returns been generated and how do you make money going forward? What more needs to be done for deal activity to continue to rise?
With increasing liquidity pressure are GP led transactions on the rise? How is the Asian secondaries market developing and are non-traditional buyers starting to emerge?
Late afternoon sessions
What is best way to allocate capital across the market? Do country-specific or regional funds offer the best access and opportunities?
How do you fully implement an ESG strategy in Asia? How do you ensure buy-in from fund managers and portfolio companies?
10 GPs and 10 LPs will have the opportunity to speak for two minutes before the bell is rung and the GPs rotate.
Exploring the nuances of investing in Southeast Asia.
This session consists of a 20-minute introductory panel discussion. Each panellist will then host a 30-minute roundtable focussed on a specific country. Finally, the panellists will return to the stage to provide a 10-minte summary of the discussion points from each table.
What opportunities combine impact with above-market returns? How do LPs view impact investing and has it truly moved into the mainstream? How do ESG considerations form part of an impact investment strategy and where does the distinction lie?
Two diverse GPs will each present a 10-minute summary of their fund thesis.
LP judges will share their feedback followed by LP and GP drinks and networking.
This session is only open to 20 pre-registered pension funds, endowments, foundations, DFIs, SWFs and ILPA members, subject to qualification. To register please contact Chloe Elliott at email@example.com.
Taking place at The Envoy. Coaches will leave the JW Marriott from 17:00.
The Envoy, a bar and restaurant situated within a beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Central is a modern take on the Colonial influences of Hong Kong. The Envoy encompasses both an indoor and outdoor area, where a retreat from the city can be found to savour.