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Small & Emerging Private Equity Manager Conference
Wed, 04/18/2007 - Thu, 04/19/2007
The Credit Suisse Small and Emerging Private Equity Manager Conference will host over 30 market-leading investors and high quality emerging managers to lead panel discussions on front-of-mind issues relevant to launching and refining both mandates and fund opportunities within the SEM space.
Jarvis Hollingsworth will serve as a panelist on the discussion "Opportunities for 2007 and Beyond."
Where is the private equity industry headed? Within this context, what opportunities to invest in SEM buyout, venture capital, special situations and non-U.S. funds in 2007 and beyond. This panel will share insights from managers and investors, including growth opportunities, allocation trends, potential and persistent problems and how to develop the opportunities.
Steve Tredennick will moderate the panel discussion "Investment Opportunities with Emerging Domestic Managers."
Investors are increasingly looking for ways to capture the investment opportunity presented by the changing demographics in the U.S. What role can Emerging Domestic Managers play in taking advantage of this opportunity?
Credit Suisse’s Customized Fund Investment Group, in partnership with Bracewell & Giuliani LLP and Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Management.