AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Forum - Korea

7 September 2017, Four Seasons Hotel Seoul


South Korea has established itself as a standout market in Asian private equity thanks to a combination of corporate divestments and founder-owner succession situations, which have delivered ample large-cap and mid-market deal flow. These conditions remain, but investor optimism has been buoyed by the recent election of President Moon Jae-in, who has pledged to push ahead with chaebol reforms, establish stronger relationships with trading partners, and take a friendlier approach to North Korea. Progress in any of these areas would be beneficial to private equity - whether it has a direct impact on investment opportunities or contributes to a more stable economic environment by easing political tensions in the region and improving domestic popular opinion of public officials. On another level, Korea's reputation is undiminished: the country continues to be a target for private equity fundraisers globally as local LPs increase their allocations to alternatives, and to offshore managers in particular.

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Join us at the 2017 AVCJ Korea Forum, where more than 250 senior industry professionals will congregate under one roof to discuss opportunities and debatable issues in this evolving market, network with over 90 LPs from South Korea and beyond who are looking to commit capital to private markets across the globe.

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Key reasons to attend:


Network with over 90 global and local institutional investors who are looking to meet fund managers and make commitments across the alternatives spectrum 


Debate the future macro outlook and how investors remain successful during a period of volatility


Unlock the emerging opportunities for private investors in South Korea


Uncover LP expectations from private market investments 


Discover opportunities in the global infrastructure


Identify strategies to deliver an alpha-generating portfolio

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