Facing the headwinds: Private capital professionals tackle the polycrisis at SuperReturn International 2023

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How has inflationary pressure affected private capital? Where are the pockets of growth located, how can GPs distinguish themselves with LPs, and how do you identify the most inflationary resilient investment opportunities?

In this eMagazine, we round up the leading event in private capital: SuperReturn International. Rewinding the time back to the first week of June, we dive into the key discussions during the event and let industry leaders guide you through the state of the industry.

'There is no doubt that private equity has its challenges because it's harder to raise money, harder to invest money, harder to get financing and so on. But on the whole, the industry's not in bad shape'
- David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman, Carlyle

During the event, we sat down with key speakers from the conference to discuss their sessions and the state of the industry. We made sure to capture the entire thing in camera, so you can reminisce wit both our photo album and official highlights.

Get insights from:

  • David Rubenstein, letting you in on the state of the industry (hint: It's better than you think)
  • Mike Dunleavy, Governor of Alaska, on why investors should be looking to his region
  • International LPs on industry challenges and opportunities, and why SuperReturn International is a core part of their diary
  • Irina Hemmers, Partner, Thoma Bravo, who lets you in on Thoma Bravos new venture into European tech
  • Huda Al-Lawati, founder & CEO, Aliph Capital, on how to get the most out of your tech investments
  • Jo Taylor, President & CEO, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, on how they managed to exit 2022 as one of few investors with positive returns
  • With more interviews form key speakers including Hazem Ben-Gacem, Investcorp, Armen Panossian, Oaktree Capital Management, Merary Soto-Saunders, CVC Advisers Ltd, David Allen, AlbaCore Capital Group, Edward Talmor-Gera, Newvest & Timothy Lower, Willow Tree