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ILPA Institute Level II Module 4: An Insider’s Look at Private Equity Managers Image

ILPA Institute Level II Module 4: An Insider’s Look at Private Equity Managers

12 Sep 2019
Add to calendar 2019-09-12 09:00 2019-09-12 17:00 Europe/Brussels ILPA Institute Level II Module 4 The ILPA Institute Level II Module 4 programme extends beyond straightforward discussions of organisational structure, governance and jurisdiction to provide participants with an insider's understanding of the workings of private equity fund managers and their teams.

The ILPA Institute Level II Module 4 program extends beyond the straightforward discussions of organizational structure, governance and jurisdiction to provide participants with a real and actual look and insider understanding of the inner workings of private equity fund managers and their teams. The course will examine private equity accounting and investor reporting to gain a better understanding of GP operations and best practices. Participants will also be exposed to actual manager and management team situations, behaviors and probabilities that are generally concealed from the limited partner community. In addition, candid discussions with industry practitioners and the practical experiences of participants will be called upon by expert-level moderators to bring meaningful insights, diligence tools, protective measures, mitigation techniques and solutions to the forefront. The course is designed for limited partner practitioners that are responsible for making judgments in regard to fund selection, follow-on funding, limited partner advisory committee participation and actions, and private equity diligence.

Note: This course is limited to qualified institutional investors with three or more years of experience directly managing and monitoring a private equity program or Fund of Fund investment professionals.

To register, click here. For more information, including details on all Level II courses please contact Mandy Ilk, milk@ilpa.org


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