2012 private equity-focused events
Conferences, forums, roundtables, webcasts and other events for private equity executives and industry stakeholders
We are proud to sponsor the following private equity industry events:
- The 9th Annual MIT Sloan Private Equity Symposium
4 May 2012
The MIT Sloan Private Equity Symposium is one of the leading student-run private equity conferences in the country, with approximately 400 industry professionals and students attending each year. Previous years' speakers have included David Rubenstein (Carlyle), Ken Mehlman (KKR), Scott Schoen and Scott Sperling (Thomas H Lee), and James B. Lee, Jr. (JPMorgan Chase & Co.).
Ernst & Young speakers:
- W. Gregg Slager, Transaction Advisory Services Healthcare Sector Leader, Ernst & Young
- Mark W. Tyrrell, Partner, Assurance and Advisory Business Services, Ernst & Young
- IFC's 14th Annual Global Private Equity Conference – hosted by EMPEA
14-16 May 2012
Returning in 2012 is the popular Institutional Investors-Only Summit, preceding the general conference forum on 14 May 2012. Open exclusively to qualified LPs, the Summit will be devoted to the needs of institutional investors for information about emerging markets private equity and will provide a forum for asking questions and discussing concerns.
Join key emerging markets private equity players at one of the industry's most comprehensive annual gatherings.
- Strategic Growth Forum India 2012
6 - 8 September 2012
Renaissance Convention Centre Hotel, Mumbai
After the hugely successful inaugural 6 - 8 September 2012, Ernst & Young will gather trailblazers and business leaders from India and across the world at Renaissance, Mumbai for the 2nd edition of Ernst & Young's Strategic Growth Forum-India in 2012.
At this exclusive event, companies will discuss emerging market trends, establish new partnerships and relationships, learn from the most advanced thinkers in the business and celebrate their success. The SGF-India 2012 will be attended by global and Indian delegates who represent high-growth sectors, many of them at the helm of fast-growing family-owned businesses.