Join the most engaging networking event in the calendar for active institutional investors, fund managers and industry shapers in private debt.

Now in its second year, our Forum will expand on the resounding success of our inaugural event. We will bring together the key LPs, GPs and select deal-makers across the ever-popular asset class. By limiting entry to qualified investment partners, delegates are able to maximise interactions with key contacts in a private-club environment, undistracted by intermediaries, all set against the backdrop of a compelling agenda.

We are pleased to report that interest amongst our LP network for private debt funds is stronger than ever, comprising many of the most active institutional investors as well as new LPs looking to make their first allocations.

Despite high interest, we are sticking to a 1-to-1 ratio of LPs to GPs in order to maximise the quality of networking and interactions. This year’s Forum will bring together big-ticket LP investors, best-in-class fund managers and a handful of leading deal-makers and industry experts to network, discuss and debate the latest industry insights, all in a private club type environment.

Over the past 15 years, AltAssets has established unparalleled relationships with thousands of institutional investors around the world. As a result, we have been successful in connecting them to the most promising fund managers across the private investment spectrum.

Places at the Private Debt Forum are restricted to LPs, GPs and selected deal-makers.

SAMPLE OF ATTENDEES AT LAST YEAR’S PRIVATE DEBT FORUM

2017 SPONSORS

2017 SPEAKERS

Oliver Duff

Managing Director, Principal Debt and Credit Investments (Europe), PSP Investments

Mark Hedges

Chief Investment Officer, Nationwide Pension Fund

Roy Kuo

Head of Alternative Strategies, Church Commissioners for England

Günther Schiendl

Chief Investment Officer, VBV Pensionskasse

James Bevan

Chief Investment Officer, CCLA

Daniel Pietrzak

Managing Director, KKR

Sanjay Mistry

Director of Private Debt & Private Equity Fund of Funds, Mercer Private Markets

Christopher Bone

Head of Private Debt, Partners Group

Sachin Patel

Chief Capital Officer, Funding Circle

Cornelius Thor

Director, Corporate Equity & Funds Asia, DEG

Tarang Katira

Principal, Fund Investment, Hamilton Lane

Toni Vainio

Principal, Pantheon

Lucas Pech

Fund Investments Manager, Golding Capital Partners

Brett Hickey

Founder & CEO, Star Mountain Capital

Jiri Krol

Deputy CEO, Global Head of Government Affairs, AIMA

ABOUT THE FORUM

Invitation-only

The Private Debt Forum offers the feel and benefits of an exclusive private members club, as opposed to a mass conference, and invitations to participate are restricted to industry leaders. The unique environment of the Forum facilitates networking and discussion at the highest level between senior institutional investor decision-makers, private debt fund managers.

Previous AltAssets LP-GP Forums have directly resulted in numerous new business relationships being formed and substantial investments being made. The majority of attendees at previous events have emphatically ranked them as more valuable than any other event in their calendars.

Driven by Limited Partners

AltAssets works closely with Limited Partners to identify the leading GPs in any sector, along with fund managers to watch, and invites them to participate in LP-GP Forums. Limited Partners also advise on the structure and content of the day, on the issues to be addressed and on which organisations are regarded as value-adding event partners or sponsors.

With private debt rising up the ranks of LP portfolios, the Forum offers an intimate setting for delegates to discuss the development of the asset class and to connect with fund managers that are leading the pack.

Exclusive Network

Participants at this Forum will comprise: senior investment decision-makers from LP organisations; investment managers from the very best GPs and corporate investors; and a very restricted number of expert professionals from event partner organisations.