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Assessing High Growth Southeast Asian Markets to Capture Market Opportunities, Develop Businesses & Create Value
Confirmed Attending Limited Partners include:
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
Allianz Capital Partners *New
Axiom Asia Private Capital *New
Bank Muamalat *New
BNP Paribas Wealth Management
China Development Industrial Bank *New
Deutche Bank *New
Development Bank of Japan Inc *New
EFG Bank *New
Guggenheim Capital Management Asia *New
Hermes GPE Singapore
International Enterprise Singapore, Ministry of Trade & Industry *New
OPTrust, Private Markets Group *New
New Horizon Capital *New
Northstar Group *New
NTUC Income Insurance Cooperative
Pavilion Capital *New
PT. Nikko Securities Indonesia
Sharjah Asset Management
The Blackstone Group *New
UBS AG *New
Vertex Venture Holdings *New
Southeast Asia has become a deal-making hotpot drawing an influx of Private Equity firms due to rapidly developing business sectors, fast-growing middle-class consumer and economic reform. However investing in the region is growing more challenging and successful deal-making will require careful target selection, accurate pricing and skillful execution.
The 9th Annual Private Equity Southeast Asia Summit 2014 gathers institutional investors, leading private equity firms and industry experts to discuss the region’s most recent investment opportunities and critical industry trends. Learn from leading investors on how to adapt business models to local customs and conditions and maximise returns in a challenging market. The 9th Annual Private Equity Southeast Asia Summit is a more intimate gathering of senior members enhancing the quality of the networking.
This year, the 9th Annual Private Equity Southeast Asia Summit 2014 will focus on:
The next swell of Investing – which geographies will top the agenda?
Transforming under-performing companies
Effective portfolio management and asset allocation
Improving consistency of performance within the region
Best Practice Case Studies to illustrate successful exits
Winning with Private Equity in Southeast Asia
South East Asia’s red hot PE market is expanding at a rapid pace. According to a recent survey by EY, 36% of respondents say that the sub-region is likely to see the most activity this year. That’s triple last year’s activity and narrows the gap with Asia-Pacific’s beloved private equity market, China.
6 Most Common Causes of a Failed Joint Venture Deal in Myanmar
In emerging and frontier markets, transparency and above-board information are rarely the norms, creating significant risk for investors. Despite these risks, investors and businesses continue to flock to emerging and frontier markets for fundamentally simple reasons: the returns are potentially much higher than in developed markets, and these markets offer diversification and hedging opportunities. The challenge, then, is to sift through risky options in emerging and frontier markets to find solid opportunities that present a lower risk profile.
Southeast Asia is taking the centre stage – once again. In 2011, Southeast Asia’s aggregate GDP topped US$2 trillion; the region is home to young and increasingly affluent population of 600 million; and “growth in the region’s six largest economies is forecast to accelerate by, on average, 4.5% to 6.7% compounded annually through 2015.” Great headlines that make global private equity firms take notice.
For Indonesia there is no one size fits all approach
Gary Ng, Managing Director of CLSA Capital Partners’ - which made a US$15 million investment into PT SariWangi AEA, Indonesia’s largest private tea company - explains how GPs can leverage expertise to help investee companies grow and optimise return on investment. He also shares with us how GPs can leverage expertise to help investee companies grow and optimise return on investment.