Breakfast Briefing: The Globalization of Private Equity and Venture Capital

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Date(s) - 07/05/2013
8:30 am - 10:30 am

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Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon

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Presentation: The Globalization of Private Equity and Venture Capital – Eric L. Mais

Event Description

Private Equity and Venture Capital – What it is and how does it work.
An overview of the globalization of Private Equity and Venture Capital.
Private Equity and Venture Capital in emerging markets.
Private Equity and Venture Capital activity in Vietnam.

Questions for discussion will include:
Will the P.E. model which evolved in the U.S. likely be successfully translated to other countries?
Will only Buyout funds make the transition or will other types such as Venture Capital also make the leap?
How can the tools of P.E. – Active monitoring by P.E. investors, compensation linked to results, and an emphasis on good governance be best adopted in emerging markets?
How will P.E. groups deal with questions of scaling and internationalization and the disruptive impact of market cycles?
What makes a country or region more likely to adopt private equity as a funding mechanism?
What conditions predispose P.E. transactions to success?

Agenda

08:30 am Registration and Breakfast
09:00 am Welcome and Introduction
09:05 am Presentation by Prof. Eric Mais
10:00 am followed by Q&A
10:30 am Event Ends

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Members: vnd 450,000 | Non-members: vnd 550,000

Speaker

Eric MaisEric Mais: Professor of Finance, Executive MBA programs, University of Hawaii
Academic background:
* PhD, Finance, University of South Carolina, 1988
* MBA, Missouri State University, 1983
* BS, Chemistry, Missouri State University, 1982
Research Interests:
* Investment Banking
* Mergers and Acquisitions
* Entrepreneurial Finance
Honors:
* 1989, 1991, 1997 – Excellence in Teaching Award, Shidler College of Business
* 1992, 1991, 1990 – MBA Professor of the Year Award, Shidler College of Business
* 2008 – Dennis Ching Teaching Award, Shidler College of Business
* 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 – MBA Professor of the Semester