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Investors’ Forum 2023

22 - 23 Mar 2023
Registration opens soon

The 2023 agenda is currently in development. In the meantime, please refer to the 2022 agenda.

2022 agenda

All arriving delegates are invited to a
Welcome Cocktail on 22 March at 18:00.

Day 1 23 Mar 2022
Day 2 24 Mar 2022
09:00 – 09:30


Anne Fossemalle Invest Europe Chair & Director, Equity Funds at EBRD

Eric de Montgolfier CEO, Invest Europe

Kathleen Bacon Senior Advisor, HarbourVest Partners (Conference Co-Chair)

Jim Strang Chairman, Hg Capital Trust (Conference Co-Chair)

09:30 – 10:15

Panel Discussion: LP Outlook

Starting with insights from the latest Coller Barometer, this LP panel will consider the outlook for the future, in particular the implications of the current outperformance of PE and VC. Will the current outperformance of  buy-outs and VC justfiy a change in allocation? Will there be a concentration to larger funds? What are the implications for smaller funds?

François Aguerre Co-Head of Investment and Head of Origination, Coller Capital

Sofie Kulp-Tåg Senior Investment Manager, Skandia Mutual Life Insurance Company

Elias Korosis Partner, Hermes GPE

Evelyn Zhang Managing Director, Funds & Secondaries, Private Equity, CPP Investments 

Christine Hockley Managing Director, Funds, British Patient Capital

10:15 – 10:45

The role of private markets in financing Europe’s growth

Private markets have been growing rapidly against a backdrop of increased concentration in – and “passification” of – public markets. This session will look at recent IPO trends and the important role private markets now play in financing growth, covering the implications for investor allocations and the challenges and opportunities in the current market environment.

Helen Steers Partner, Pantheon Ventures

10:45 – 11:15

Networking Break

11:15 – 12:00

The Evolution of Impact Investing

With the rising importance of Impact and ESG, where are the lines where ESG ends and Impact begins? What are LPs looking for? Are their performance expectations the same? What are the expectations for the future?

Patricia Volhard Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton

Reynir Indahl Managing Partner, Summa Equity

Joana Castro Principal, Unigestion

Isabelle Combarel Deputy CEO, Head of Development & ESG, SWEN Capital Partners

Andrea Bonomi Founder & Chairman, Investindustrial

12:00 – 12:30

Accelerating Sustainability in a Volatile World

We are running out of time to address the climate crisis. And the world faces multiple challenges, fractured geo politics, a global pandemic and a devastating war in Ukraine. Steve Howard, Chief Sustainability Officer at Singapore-based Temasek, a global investment company, shares his thoughts on accelerating action on the Sustainability front in a volatile and uncertain world.

Steve Howard Chief Sustainability Officer, Temasek

12:30 – 13:30

Networking Lunch

15:20 – 15:45

Networking Break

15:45 – 16:30

Disrupting the Disruptors

European VC is seeing a radical change in the landscape with the - arrival of hedgefunds, larger players, investment by indexing versus cherry-picking, passive portfolios - all bringing an evolution in the value chain. Will this last and what is next?

Jean Bourcereau Managing Partner and President, Ventech

Staffan Helgesson General Partner, Creandum

Nicolas Brand Partner, Lakestar

Carolina Espinal Managing Director, HarbourVest Partners

Tanja Lukas Investment Director, Schroders Capital

16:30 – 17:30

Performance in Private Equity

In this hallmark session of the forum, we will again look at fund performance metrics and trends globally, including the latest data covering 2021.

T. Bondurant French Chairman, Adams Street Partners

Ivan Vercoutere Managing Partner, CIO, LGT Capital Partners

17:30 – 17:45

Day 1 Wrap-up

Kathleen Bacon Senior Advisor, HarbourVest Partners

Jim Strang Chairman, Hg Capital Trust

18:30 – 20:00

Cocktail reception - Domaine du Grand Malagny

By invitation only

20:00 – 22:00

Rotating LP/GP Networking Dinner

By invitation only

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