The CFO Forum programme features top-level keynotes, interactive panels and in-depth roundtable discussions.
Watch this space for additional speakers and sessions!
Eric de Montgolfier CEO, Invest Europe
Edward Lee Partner, Private Funds, Proskauer
Rising interest rates, inflation, sanctions, suspensions - how are CFO’s impacted in their analysis direct portfolio exposures, management of LPs and breakdown of capital calls, communication with new LPs, reassurance of sellers?
Arnaud Garel-Galais Global Head, Private Equity Real Estate Solutions, CACEIS
Oliver Pritchard CFO, 17Capital
Andreas Klukas CFO, Lakestar
An overview of the latest data and trends in LPA terms, including limits in use of bridge facilities and borrowing, distribution waterfalls, investment periods and extension and highlighting recent innovations in the industry.
Nigel Van Zyl Partner, Proskauer
How much detail is enough to meet reporting requirements? How to reflect inflation, supply chain disruption, geopolitical conflict, and other recent developments in your valuation? The latest guidance from the IPEV and other governing bodies.
Ryan McNelley Managing Director, Alternative Asset Advisory, Kroll
Paul Cunningham CFO, Helios Investment Partners
Daniel Gregor Head of Asset Management - Indirect Strategies, Allianz Capital Partners
Annabelle de Saint-Quentin CFO, ETF Partners
Clare Copeland Managing Director, Tax, Carlyle
Martin Bresson Public Affairs Director, Invest Europe
Peer-to-peer roundtable discussions for experience sharing on key topics
How are the challenges of differentiating qualitative and quantitative reporting, managing data collection and reporting being addressed and what progress is the industry making towards harmonising standards?
Fèmy Mouftaou Managing Director, Fund Management, IQ-EQ
Amara Goeree Sustainability Director, PE, Schroders
Erika Blanckaert Senior Public Affairs Manager, Invest Europe
It is time to envision how human behaviour will change the coming years now that society is hit by three crises in a row - Covid, Ukraine & a (pending) recession, whilst the climate crisis is ongoing. How will all of this affect our behaviour? Decision-making? And leadership? Amidst these crises, organisations are trying to invent the wheel when it comes to hybrid/remote work and welcoming the next generation of talent: Gen Z. One thing is certain: from a behavioural perspective, the coming years will be quite a rollercoaster. Leaders have to brace themselves ánd guide their teams through this. Staying mentally healthy will prove to be more important than ever.
Thimon de Jong Founder, Whetston
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