The Private Equity Group and the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Chicago Booth are delighted to host the 16th Annual Private Equity Conference.
The Private Equity Conference (PEC) brings together financiers, students, and entrepreneurs to network and share insights into the dynamics of investing in a constantly changing economy. The PEC aims to provide high value to private equity practitioners by combining knowledge from both the industry and academia that would be hard to find in any other setting. Through a series of engaging keynote addresses and panel sessions, leading industry individuals offer expertise and thought leadership on issues important to both the financier and entrepreneur.
This year's conference is themed "How to Compete in a Low Growth Environment: Achieving Absolute Return" and features a distinguished lineup of speakers, including: Nick Alexos, '88, Managing Director, Madison Dearborn; D. Scott Brown, President and CEO Emeritus, Sage ProductsPartners; Hirofumi Hirano, '89, Member and CEO, KKR Japan; and Timothy Walsh, '89, President and CEO of CCMP. Remarks will be given by Joanna Rupp, '94
Assistant Vice President, Managing Director of Private Equity, University of Chicago.
The 2016 PEC was themed "Navigating Industry Cycles: Investing in an Evolving Market" and featured a distinguished lineup of speakers, including: Evan Bayh,
Senior Advisor of
Apollo Global Management; James P. Hickey, MBA '82, Principal at
Vista Equity Partners; and Byron Trott, AB '81, MBA '82,
Founder, Chairman, and CEO of
BDT & Company. Opening remarks were given by Greg Moerschel, Managing Director of Beecken Petty O’Keefe & Company.
To learn more, visit the 2016 PEC website or download a copy of the 2016 PEC program. A full list of past conferences can be found on the Private Equity Group web site.