The importance of professional investment management to a successful venture capital program.
Features, Benefits, Values
Attendees will understand the perspectives of venture capitalists as well as allocators who invest in venture capital funds.
How allocators choose which venture capital funds in which to invest
How venture capitalists make investment decisions and choose which companies to back
How venture capitalists create value in their portfolio
In this conference, we will bring together leading venture capitalists, investors in venture-backed companies and allocators who invest in venture capital funds to learn how they pick winners, add value and deliver returns.
Venture capital has been a top performing asset class over the long run. Our speakers will address a key question: can this outperformance be sustained?
Venture capital returns have often outperformed public market indices. US venture capital returned 13.2% over the past 5 years and 25.8% over the past 25 years, according to Cambridge Associates.
Investments outpaced exits by 11X in 2016 – the highest level in a decade. According to the National Venture Capital Association and PitchBook, more than $69 billion was invested across 7700 venture-backed companies in 2016: however, only $47 billion was exited in 726 VC-backed exits, the lowest exit count since 2010.
Venture capital funds have raised $112 billion in committed capital over the past 3 years. 2016 saw the highest amount raised in at least a decade at nearly $42 billion across 253 vehicles.
Our speakers will discuss their experiences investing in venture-backed companies and venture capital funds, how they manage their portfolios and their expectations for the future.
Who Should Attend
Partner; Managing Director; Chief Investment Officer; Vice President; Entrepreneur-in-Residence; Associate; Founder; Chief Executive Officer; President
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Alternative Investments Group
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
NYSSA Conference Center
1540 Broadway, Suite 1010
45th Street Entrance
Carole Crawford, CFA
Kris Thiessen, CFA, CAIA
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