unquote" German Private Equity Forum

24 May 2017, Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, Munich

Extend your network among German LPs and GPs

The 12th edition of the unquote" German Private Equity Forum will bring together international senior private equity professionals to debate the strategic direction of the asset class and to provide insight on how deals are being executed in Germany.

What to expect...

This one-day event is the perfect size for you to get to know the whole audience. The programme includes a manageable number of sessions with ample networking time - the perfect balance for anyone looking to build relationships and gain market insights.

On-stage, you can expect high-profile speakers from the world of German private equity. They will offer their views on the future direction of the sector and invite comment from the audience.

Why Attend?

  • Great opportunity to meet German funds and investors
  • Gain insights into deal activity, macros threats in the market and where to find opportunities
  • Learn how domestic LP’s are allocating Private Equity in 2017
  • Enhance your knowledge on how private equity leaders are delivering returns in a low growth market.

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This years keynote speaker: Mark Florman


Mark was founder of the merchant banking group Maizels Westerberg and has since founded a number of businesses in the technology, advisory, financial services and investment sectors. He was Managing Director of the private equity firm Doughty Hanson, Chair of LM Glasfiber (the global renewable energy group) and started the African venture capital firm 8 Miles LLP with Bob Geldof. He has been active in policy ideas and campaigns related to social mobility and poverty fighting in the UK and across the world. He co-founded the Centre for Social Justice, the Early Intervention Foundation and B Labs (UK). In March 2015, he was appointed to the Board of the BBC Trust, and was the Trustee for England for two years. Mark was a member of the G8 Social Impact Investment Task Force in 2014, and was appointed to the Triennial Review of the Big Lottery Fund by the UK Cabinet Office in the same year.

Mark is a leading authority on some of the world’s most entrenched socio-economic challenges, speaking widely on reforms that must be made to drive improved governance and productivity, and always championing the power and social impact of good business. He is the author of the External Rate of Return with the London School of Economics. He was appointed as a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics & Political Science in November 2016 and a Visiting Professor at the Policy institute, Kings College London in January 2017.

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