Speakers confirmed for private equity event

Author: Nicholas Pettifer | Published: 20 Aug 2010
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Two more high-levels speakers have been announced for IFLR’s inaugural Private Equity Forum (www.iflr.com/EuroPE2010).

Senior figures from Doughty Hanson and KPMG will be appearing at the event on September 23 in London’s Andaz Hotel.

First, Brent McDaniel, director and anti-bribery and corruption service line leader for EMEA at KPMG has joined the panel entitled Regulatory Attack. Second, Graeme Stening of Doughty Hanson has also confirmed his place on the panel.

As well as working for the British investment house, Stening is a member of the British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association’s legal and technical committee.

Both speakers will be joined by chairs Julie Bradshaw and Allan Murray-Jones of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom. The panel will focus on the AIFM Directive, the new UK Bribery Law and the challenges of carbon trading legislation.

At the IFLR European private equity forum, there will also be a session on Exploring exits and maximising value. It will be hosted by Alan Greenough of Hogan Lovells and includes Philip Sanderson, a partner at Travers Smith.

Other panels include: Agreeing terms, Alternative arrangements and Acquisition finance. They are being chaired by Market Geday of Herbert Smith, Graeme Sloan of Latham & Watkins and Lee Cullinane of Mayer Brown respectively.

The IFLR European Private Equity Forum will bring together industry leaders to examine these issues through a series of panel discussions.

This is your opportunity to hear their views, increase your understanding and prepare for the future of private equity in Europe.

Click here to book your place (www.iflr.com/EuroPE2010)