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How is China placed in LP portfolios? How large a part is it of LPs’ Asian and Global private equity allocations?
How has Chinese private equity performed in the past and what are LP return expectations for 2018 vintage funds? Are LPs overpaying for private equity fund commitments?
How much capital has been raised for RMB and USD vehicles in Chinese PE in the last year? Which strategies have been attracting investor capital and what keeps fund managers up at night?
How important is transparency in Chinese private equity for a healthy LP/GP relationship? What is accepted by LPs and what is not? How does this feed into the due diligence process?
Three new fund managers have 5 minutes each to present on why they have started their own fund and what makes their investment strategy attractive for LPs. Why is a spinout a better prospect?
Followed by Panel and Audience Q&A.
What do Chinese LPs think about private equity – how does it fit into their investment allocation? What new sources of capital are coming into play and how will this affect the market?
How strong is the focus on impact investment in China? What sectors are investable and where can the right balance of risk-adjusted return and social/environmental impact be found? What is the LP appetite for these strategies?
How are co-investments being allocated and structured in China? What do LPs need to demonstrate in order to position themselves as effective co-investment partners? How is disintermediation developing in China and how does this fit into the picture?
What is being explored past blind pool funds in China? How prevalent are separate managed accounts, SPVs and deal-by-deal investment?
GP-led restructurings – are they on the rise and what are the ramifications for the market?