Institutional and Alternative Lending Conference New York 2017

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Following the success of four years in London, The Institutional and Alternative Lending Conference is launching in New York in June 2017.

The conference is the leading event of its kind in the evolving private debt space. Bringing together institutional investors, fund managers, private equity sponsors, placement agents, advisors and service providers, the conference explores the increase in private debt investment and the rise of alternative lending to the mid-market.

With fundraising and deal sizes on the rise, join us this year to engage with key industry leaders, discuss the latest developments in this growing market and capitalise on new opportunities in 2017.

If you do not qualify for a complimentary place but would still like to attend the conference, please contact for more information.

Key speakers in 2017:

  • David B. Golub, President, Golub Capital
  • Dev Goplan, Head of US Private Credit, KKR
  • Howard Liao, Senior Managing Director, Head of Corporate Credit, Medley
  • Joaquin Lujan, Director, PERA New Mexico
  • Brian Roelke, Managing Director, Head of Private Capital, TIAA
  • Randy Schwimmer, Senior Managing Director, Churchill Asset Management

Why Attend:

  • Engage with investors and hear about their expectations in today's market
  • Discuss different investment strategies being used by funds 
  • Network with peers and discuss the future of private debt markets

Key Themes:

  • To what extent are larger funds competing for deals in an increasingly competitive market?
  • BDCs: How sustainable are current structures for raising subsequent funds?
  • What are returns expectation for investors in the current climate?
  • Does Europe offer a greater opportunity for funds to deploy capital for higher returns? 
  • Do banks still have appetite to lend to the mid-market?
  • How are institutional investors making allocations to the private debt space?

Tue 27 - Wed 28 Jun 2017

New York