AVCJ is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Real Assets Forum.
As allocation towards real assets is set to increase across the globe with leading estimates predicting over US$10 trillion of capital seeking real asset opportunities in the next 15 years, Asia continues to establish itself as a key piece of the real asset puzzle. Expanding infrastructure needs, food security concerns and a growing middle class across the region are creating a raft of potential opportunities.
On the back of a highly successful launch event last year, AVCJ is delighted to bring more than 160 of Asia’s leading infrastructure, energy, real estate, agriculture, transport and mining investors together for an unrivaled opportunity to gain valuable insights on how you can use real assets to meet your investment objectives.
Is Private Equity as a growth catalyst in Malaysia? Hear from senior investors, experienced fund managers, government officials, and private equity professionals as they share their expertise and insights on the benefits and opportunities that private equity creates.
한국 기관투자자들은 포트폴리오 다각화를 모색하면서 사무 투자 비중을 지속적으로 확대해 아웃바운드 투자에 대한 욕구를 높이고 있습니다.
2014년 4월 한국투자공사는 향후 10년간 대안자산 투자를 2배로 확대하겠다는 계획을 발표했습니다. 이는 지역 및 글로벌 GP에게는 한국에서 펀드를 조성할 절호의 기회가 될 수 있습니다.
수익 기대치, 변화하는 PE 구도, GP 선정 시 살펴봐야 할 핵심요소에대한 LP들의 견해를 들어보세요.
또한 업계 전문가들이 고수익 시장과 부문에 대한 글로벌 비중 전망을공유합니다. 최고의 실적을 내는 GP에 접근하고 해당 GP들과 지속적관계를 구축하는 방법에 대한 통찰력을 얻으세요.
한국에서 향후 펀드를 조성할 계획인 해외 펀드 관리자와 해외투자를모색하는 한국 LP들에게 AVCJ 포럼은 놓쳐서는 안 될 행사가 될 것입니다.
In 2013 private equity firms completed a record number of buyouts in South Korea, with 40 deals worth $7.1bn representing nearly a quarter of the country’s $31.3bn mergers and acquisitions activity. Transactions by domestic private equity groups accounted for $6.1bn of that total, up 13 per cent from full-year 2012. South Korea has emerged as a front runner, as it draws a bigger share of capital flows in the region and interest from private equity firms who wish to seize on this opportunity.
These training courses are exclusive to central bankers, financial
regulators, national debt managers, and other official financial sector
representatives. They have been designed to equip delegates with the tools to
tackle challenges they face today - and prepare for tomorrow.
Investors have started boosting their exposure to the country as new leadership and more aggressive measures by the Bank of Japan to kick-start growth have excited markets.
Our delegates will have the chance to hear from a number of fund managers on whether these measures can help solve some of Asia's long-standing problems. They will also be discussing where they are finding opportunities on a stock and sector basis for the months ahead.