6to. Foro de Capital Privado en México – Precio especial

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Amexcap organiza el próximo 19 de mayo su 6° Foro de Capital Privado en México con el tema ¿Cómo están logrando los fondos de capital privado los rendimientos más altos de la histora?.  Amexcap ofrece a los lectores de KapitalPrivado un descuento especial.  Seleccionen la opción “Entrada para Asociados AMEXCAP (antes del 8 de abril) MXP $7,600.00 (IVA incluido)”.

Se pueden inscribir en la siguiente liga: http://amexcap.spribo.com/.

A continuación la agenda de temas y expositores.

2011 Mexico Private Equity Summit

How are Private Equity funds obtaining the highest returns ever
May 19th, St. Regis Hotel, Mexico City

7:00 am – 8:45 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:45 am – 9:00 am Opening Remarks
Jaime Salinas, Chairman, Mexican Private Equity Association
9:00 am – 9:50am Mapping growth opportunities and evaluating risks; What are Mexico’s competitive advantages. 

  • Are there under invested sectors attractive for PE?
  • How is the current economic growth reflecting in the enterprise?
  • What are the challenges and role of the government to maintain a sustainable growth?
  • Can new investors have opportunities to super returns in Mexico?

Gerardo Rodríguez, Undersecretary, Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (TBC)
Manuel Sánchez, Deputy Governor, Mexican Central Bank
Héctor Rangel, General Manager, Nacional Financiera (TBC)

9:50 am – 10:35 am Perception and Reality, How difficult is to buy and sell Mexico: How is Mexico seen from outside and how are Mexicans perceiving Mexico. Four different perspectives from opinion leaders. 

Carlos Mota, Journalist, Grupo Imagen

Carlos Pérez-Verdía, Representative, Central American Monetary Council and the International Monetary Fund (TBC)
Joseph ChamaSrour, Chairman, Chrysler México (TBC)
Antonio del Valle, Chairman, Mexichem (TBC)
Roberto Newell, President of the Board, Mexican Institute for Competitiveness A.C. (TBC)

10:35 am – 10:55 am Coffee Break
10:55 am – 11:50 am Barriers that impede Mexico from receiving a higher investment flow. 

  • How are LP´s backing up their investment decisions when choosing countries?
  • Why are LP´s more interested in India, Brazil or China if in fact there is liquidity?
  • Are valuations an issue?
  • Is enforceability an issue?
  • How big is the domestic market?

Felipe Vilá, General Manager, Fund of funds Mexico

Andrea Kramer, Managing Director, Hamilton Lane (TBC)
Ronnie G. Jung, Executive Director, Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TBC)
Jesús Argüelles, Senior Portfolio Manager, CALPERS (TBC)
Steven Cowan, Managing Director, 57 Stars (TBC)
Solomon Owayda, Managing Director, Siguler Guff (TBC)

11:50 am – 12:50 pm Why more and more companies are accepting partnerships of Private Equity funds. 

  • Key issues to consider before and after marrying a Private Equity fund
  • How does timing work and what are the steps towards creating value?

Luis Solorzano, Managing Director, Advent International Corporation (TBC)

Rodrigo Alonso Herrera, Chairman and CEO, Genomma Lab (TBC)
Juan Carlos Valdés, Ex CEO Kendrick and Ex CEO Sanofi Aventis (TBC)
Miguel Angel Dávila, General Manager Shakey’s and ex CEO Cinemex (TBC)

12:50 pm – 1:30 pm Liquidity in Mexico. How to have successful exists in the
current market.

  • Is there room for a new alternative market in Mexico?
  • What is the appetite for local investors and what are they looking for?
  • Challenges to a more diverse and deep stock exchange market
  • Is there a market for the inside companies?

Arturo Saval, Managing Senior Partner, Nexxus Capital

Julio Serrano, Deputy General Director of Investment Banking, Actinver (TBC)
Antonio Díaz, President, Asociación Mexicana de Asesores Independientes de Inversiones, A.C. (TBC)
Pedro Zorrilla, General Manager, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (TBC)

1:30 pm – 2:10 pm Interview – Special Guest Deloitte 

Ernesto González, General Manager, Deloitte

Luis Téllez, Chairman, Mexican Stock Exchange Market (TBC)

2:10 pm – 3:20 pm Networking Lunch
3:20 pm – 4:15 pm Current and Future Outlook of Venture Capital in Mexico 

  • Attractive and potential of Venture Capital
  • Importance of Venture Capital in the development of the Private Equity industry.
  • How to invest in added-value funds

Pablo Rión, Partner and General Manager, Pablo Rión y Asociados

Rogelio de los Santos, Managing Director, Alta Ventures México
Humberto Zesati, Managing Partner, Latin Idea Ventures
Jaime Sánchez, Director, Fondo de Fondos VC TBD, Andinean Promotion Corporation
Everardo Camacho, Partner, Capital Indigo

4:15 pm – 4:50 pm Developing an investor ecosystem in Mexico. 

  • New players, what are the expectations?
  • Who are they and how can they blend with PE fund managers?
  • What are the main concerns: returns, fiscal issues, legal issues?

Jorge Dickens, Partner, Acon Investments

Luis Ortiz, Director of Treasury and Investments, BANAMEX (TBC)
Jorge Martinez, Family Office, Arzentia (TBC)
Sergio Mendoza, Treasury Director, CONDUMEX Group (TBC)
Fernando A. González, Executive Vice President of Planning and Finance, CEMEX (TBC)

4:50 pm – 5:10 pm Coffee Break
5:10 pm – 5:50 pm Investment Opportunities in Mexico, what are funds looking for 

  • Is a 25% IRR a myth in current days?
  • What are the secrets to climb the mountain
  • How to face current security issues in Mexico

Cate Ambrose, President and Executive Director, Latin America Venture Capital Association

Joaquin Avila, Senior Managing Director, EMX
César Pérez Barnés, Managing Director, Southern Cross
Carlos Mendoza, Managing Director, Discovery Americas I
Alonso Díaz, Managing Partner, Gerbera Capital

5:50 pm – 6:05 pm What predicts divorce, quick hits to avoid a bad partnership
Luis Enrique Graham, Partner, Chadbourne and Parke (sponsor)
6:05 pm – 6:20 pm The true story of how pension funds started to invest in Mexico
Mauricio Basila, Partner, Basila Abogados (sponsor)
José Antonio Contreras, Partner, Fondo MIF (sponsor)
6:20 pm – 6:35 pm Chartis Insurance (sponsor)
6:35 pm – 6:45 pm Survey Results 2010 Private Equity impact in Mexico
Jorge Schaar, Partner, Deloitte (main sponsor)
6:45 pm – 6:55 pm Closure
Jaime Salinas, Chairman, Mexican Private Equity Association
6:55 pm – 7:30 pm Mapping the future, networking cocktail

* This is a provisional agenda and remains subject to change at the discretion of the organizers.

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