October 5th, 2016 at 8:00 am

 Live Virtual Experience

About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to host the upcoming Navigating Alternative Direct and Co-Investing Strategies, taking place in New York on October 5th, 2016. Direct investments have become increasingly popular on all sides of the investing table with fewer fees, greater transparency, and the opportunity to work on larger deals through partnerships. As this trend develops, available opportunities and fund structures are evolving to meet this newfound demand. This seminar provided targeted, pre-arranged networking meetings to develop future business partnerships, in addition to two engaging workshops covering the various investor perspectives, the process for working out partnerships within these newly structured deals, and how to get started in a developing, relationship-focused industry. At this seminar, we met and networked directly with senior-level representatives from pension plans, family offices, endowments, foundations, private equity firms, insurance companies, investment banks, asset managers, mezzanine lenders, operating partners, and research and advisory firms.

Key Topics Covered

  • Learn invaluable strategies for building out your direct investing business
  • Understand the processes, controls, and governance required for a successful transaction
  • A look into the future of both direct investing and the fund structure model
  • Breaking down the players involved in direct investing today
  • Deal flow expectations and finding the right partnerships
  • Sectors and investment structures providing the best return opportunities for 2016, and a look ahead on what to expect next year
  • Structured and targeted one-on-one meetings to help you build out your business opportunities

Network With Leading

  • Pension Plans
  • Family Offices
  • Endowments and Foundations
  • Private Equity Firms
  • Insurance Companies
  • Investment Banks
  • Asset Managers
  • Mezzanine Lenders
  • Operating Partners
  • Research and Advisory Firms