Following a keynote speech, we will hold a panel discussion with leading experts from both Jersey and London on the future of Private Equity and Venture Capital.

Last year was record-breaking for Private Equity.  The top ten largest funds raised $150 billion between them and the average fund size grew substantially to reach a record $530million*. But will 2022 follow suit?   During our session, we will look at the economic and geo-political factors that could impact Private Equity.  We will also examine the activity in the secondaries market, the themes for Venture Capital including their appetite for Crypto and look at key policy changes within the sector including the UK initiative to widen distribution channels for Private Equity to private wealth and pensions.

This event is ideal for anyone associated with the alternative funds industry – including investors, administrators, managers, fund lawyers and advisors – to get up to date with the latest trends.

*Private Equity International data

For more information, please contact the events team.

Sponsors

IQ-EQ is a leading investor services group that brings together a rare combination of global technical expertise and deep understanding of client needs. With over 4,000 people across 24 jurisdictions and more than $500 billion in assets under administration, we have the know-how and the ‘know you’ to provide a comprehensive range of administration, compliance, asset and advisory services to multinational companies, fund managers, private clients and family offices operating worldwide.

 

Media Partners

Funds Europe is the leading publication for the European cross-border fund management industry. Our readers are senior institutional investors, fund managers, asset servicers and fund distributors.

Available online and in print, Funds Europe is published ten times yearly and circulated in over 40 European countries. Each issue offers analysis, features and interviews providing a complete view of the European funds business. Funds Europe also publish FundsTech and regional titles for Asia and the Middle East.