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Private Equity Forum - April 26 &27, 2012, Mumbai

PARTNER EVENT:

“In Investment, understanding is more important than information”.

Private Equity Forum to be held on 26th and 27th April, 2012, in Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai (Please Save the Date) the event is being organized by Legal Media Group, India.

About the Conference

Private Equity Forum- where the Dialogue Matters
26th and 27th April, 2012, Mumbai

On the theme "Staying Resilient through Change"

The Indian market, with its strong growth rate, offers unique Private Equity (PE) opportunities. However, the current economic climate makes it essential for investors to take into consideration oscillating factors such as rupee-dollar fluctuations, the political climate and government regulations, all of which lead to economic volatility.

Keeping this in mind, the upcoming LegalEra Private Equity Forum will focus on the resilience of the Indian economy against the backdrop of a changing economic scenario. Among other aspects, discussions will focus on the role of Private Equity with respect to the high level of IPOs, acquisition and restructuring activities, as well as on the how the growing interests in managing shareholder value and optimal capital structure have refocused attention on Corporate Financing as the world returns to this financial model.

The forum is addressed to an audience looking to discuss and analyse the compelling investment opportunities available in the world’s largest democracy, specifically LPs, GPs, CEOs, and executive and top level management professionals from main stakeholders groups such as restructuring funds, investment banks, turnaround funds, private equity funds, corporations, consulting companies and law firms. Participants can look forward to lively debates and interactions in the form of one-on-one meetings, speed networking, workshops, panel discussions, strategic topical sessions, case studies and virtual conferences.

Some Eminent Speakers at the LegalEra Private Equity Forum 2012:

Deepak N. Lalwani OBE, Director-India, LALCAP (UK)
Satya Bansal, CEO, Barclays Wealth
Richa Karpe, Altamount Capital
Ram Kumar, Neterwala Group
H Jayesh, Founder Partner, Juris Corp
Roopchand Betala, Director,Volvie Capital Management
Akalpit Gupte, Director Compliance, Deutsche Bank
Mahesh Chhabria, Partner, Actis
Rajesh Dalal, Venture Partner, OrbiMed Advisors India Private Limited
Abhinav Sinha, Managing Director, Fidelity
Sanjeet Malik, Milbank
B. Gopalakrishnan, Head Legal, Axis Bank
Anubhav Kapoor, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Tata Technologies
Jasmeet Wadehra, Managing Director, FedEx Express
Bharat Vasani,Chief Legal & Group General Counsel, Tata Sons
Rahul Bhasin, Managing Partner, Baring Private Equity Partners India
Rajeev Uberoi, GENERAL COUNSEL,GROUP HEAD-LEGAL & COMPLIANCE, IDFC

And many more...

This is an opportunity to interact with the best names in the business, who will teach participants how investment regulations and look outs can help them gain leverage in a regulated market. The conference will witness the presence of eminent corporate delegates including the Aditya Birla Group, Infosys, Larsen & Toubro, Reliance and the Tata Group. Participants will be able to interact with high profile speakers including a high powered government delegation.

Please check the link for Agenda and do visit www.leprivateequity.com

For Registration kindly contact:
Jovita - +919769861092 / 022 42064206
Yusuf - +919819196833 / 022 42064206

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