Private Equity Symposium 2012 - Video Conference - Calgary

REGISTER NOW for the live video broadcast of the 2012 Private Equity Synposium - Opportunities & Challenges in Turbulent Times taking place on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.

According to the January 28, 2012 issue of The Economist, private equity is under attack for destroying jobs and under-delivering on returns.  Is it true?  Have private equity returns peaked? Can private equity firms deliver the double-digit returns they promise to investors?
It's important for financial professionals to be at the cutting edge of significant industry trends, and this half day symposium provides a forum to discuss crital economic and business issues impacting how capital is obtained or deployed in today's private equity and venture capital markets.  You will hear from a number of sophisticated investors as well as from the private equity firms themselves about whether private equity is still a viable asset class in today's "low-leverage" world. In addition, you will hear about the rise of the activist investor.  Plan to attend and gain a broader perspective on the current state of the private equity landscape and what the future holds for 2012 and beyond.   
Highlighting our closing keynote speaker:
David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
 Attendance at this event qualifies for 4 Continuing Professional Education (CPD) credits
The Private Equity Symposium is a collaborative event between Financial Executives International Canada (FEI Canada), the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators (CICBV), Toronto CFA Society and Canada’s Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (CVCA).     

NOTE: If you are a presenting association or video conference host, please type that into the optional section under promotional code for your member rate.  For example "CFA". 

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Event Details:
Date:Tuesday April 10, 2012
Time:10:30 AM
Location: McCarthy Tétrault LLP (Barbara Romaine Room)
Suite 3300, 421 - 7th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
CPD Credits4