The premier platform for investor networking in private debt

The PDI Capital Structure Forum 2019 will bring together more institutional investors than ever before. With over 65 LPs confirmed already, the forum promises to be the most efficient and effective space for networking with global investors that are actively allocating to private debt strategies.

Whether you’re actively fundraising or looking to in the near future, this two-day conference gives you not only the opportunity to meet who you need to all under one roof, but also the tools necessary to facilitate this, leaving you with lasting relationships.

 

Snapshot of investors confirmed to attend

  • CPPIB
  • National Pension Service
  • PSP Investments
  • Local Pensions Partnership
  • The Church Commissioners
  • Tesco Penion Investment
  • Border to Coast Pension Partnership
  • Brunel Pension Partnership
  • Sodexo Pension Scheme
  • R & V Insurance Group
  • Sanofi Pension Fund
  • RAG-Stiftung
  • Nykredit Asset Management
  • Lothian Pension Fund
  • PensionDanmark
  • Perpetual Investors
  • Royal Mail Pension Trustees
  • EBRD
  • European Investment Bank
  • European Investment Fund
  • ReAssure Asset Management
  • Genrali
  • GIC
  • Pplus
  • Sava Re
  • BVV
  • Swiss Re
  • Sumitomi Mitsui Trust Bank
  • Signal Iduna Asset Management
  • Centrica Pension Scheme

 

  • USS Investment Management
  • Wimmer Family Office
  • Royaumont Foundation
  • Stepstone Global
  • Stone Mountain Capital
  • Metlife
  • Aviva Investors
  • Golding Capital Partners
  • ICP Capital
  • The Phoenix Group

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Why must you attend?

Get market perspectives on different strategies

Learn about the strategies your peers and investors are chasing in this ever-growing market. Gain access to exclusive editorial content and data curated by the Private Debt Investor team made available to attendees.

Enhance your market visibility

Participate in interactive discussions led by industry experts at invitation-only breakfasts, roundtable sessions and much more. On the day, use the on-site event app to arrange one-to-one meetings and join our cocktail reception on the evening of day one.

Network with LP heavyweights

Meet with the investors who are pouring capital into the asset class and be amongst the industry veterans who have spent decades building up billion-dollar portfolios. Download investor list.

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» Who will be attending: pension funds, insurers, family offices, fund of funds, debt fund managers, investment consultants, placement agents and service providers – take a look through who will be joining you at the forum

» Networking opportunities: Our 1-2-1 meeting function, accessible via the event app, underpins the vast networking opportunities across the two days, from coffee breaks to drinks receptions and much more

» Investor-led speaker faculty: We have more investors speaking on the agenda than ever before – see who is participating, and make sure you don’t miss the change to listen to their perspectives

What are investors looking forward to?

Richard Coldwell

Director - Direct Lending Debt Funds, British Business Bank

At this years’ Capital Structure forum, I’m looking forward to contributing towards a well-rounded programme, and talking to my fellow private debt professional…

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John Graham

Senior Managing Director & Global Head of Credit Investments, Credit Investments, CPPIB

This November I’ll be participating in a fireside chat about private credit at the PDI Capital Structure forum in London. I’m excited to highlight how CPPIB is…

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Yusuf Samad

Trustee, Sodexo Pension Scheme

I’ll be attending the PDI Capital Structure forum in London on 20-21st November. I have experience of investing in the private debt market and it remains an are…

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2019 Speakers include

For more information on speaking, please contact James Hatwell at James.hatwell@peimedia.com  or call +44 (0) 20 3994 7961.

 

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David Scudellari

Senior Vice President and Global Head of Credit Investments and Fixed Income, PSP Investments (Public Sector Pension Investments)

David Scudellari has more than 30 years of leveraged finance and capital markets experience in the US and Canada. He joined PSP Investments in November 2015 to develop the organization’s presence in the US leveraged finance market through its US affi… Read full bio

John Graham

Senior Managing Director & Global Head of Credit Investments, Credit Investments - Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

John is responsible for leading Credit Investments globally. He has worked in both the Total Portfolio Management group and in Private Investments. John took on leadership of Principal Credit Investments in 2015 as Managing Director and Global Head o… Read full bio

Yodia Lo

Alternatives, Church Commissioners for England

Yodia Lo focuses on Hedge Funds, Alternative Credit and Co-investments at Church Commissioners, the £8b endowment arm of the Church of England. In this role she has sourced investments including Emerging Market Distressed Debt, Short Term Quant and d… Read full bio

Simon Davy

Head of Private Markets, Local Pensions Partnership

Simon is responsible for the origination, execution and management of infrastructure assets for GLIL Infrastructure (GLIL) and LPP Investments (LPP). GLIL is an open-ended Alternative Investment Fund focused on core infrastructure assets in the UK an… Read full bio

Daniel Blamont

Head of Investment Strategy, The Phoenix Group

Daniel Blamont is head of investment strategy at Phoenix Group within the Corporate Development team. Amongst other, he is responsible for Strategic Asset Allocation for shareholder businesses and derivative strategy for the Group. Daniel has been at… Read full bio

Richard Coldwell

Director - Direct Lending Debt Funds, British Business Bank Investments

Richard is a Chartered Accountant, having started his career with KPMG. He worked in the corporate finance teams for two multi-national divisions and has 10 years’ experience of structured finance in a risk team at GE. He was a founding member of the… Read full bio

Honor Fell

Vice President, Responsible Investment - Redington

Honor leads Redington’s Responsible Investment work. She oversees Redington’s RI strategy, leads RI research, and works in conjunction with the Manager Research and Investing Consulting team to provide advice to a range of institutional clients. Hono… Read full bio

Nicolas Firzli

Director-General, World Pensions

M. Nicolas J. Firzli is Director-General of the World Pensions Council (WPC), the international association of pension and social security funds. He is a graduate of Canada’s McGill University (Statistics & Financial Economics), an alumnus of the HEC… Read full bio

Bobby Rakhit

Chief Executive Officer & Founder, ICP Capital

Bobby is a CFA charterholder, graduate of McGill University and holds an MBA in Finance. He is the Founder of ICP Capital which is a multi-family office that was born from his successes in fintech and investments. The family has used its excess capit… Read full bio

Jack Inglis

Chief Executive Officer, AIMA

Jack Inglis is the Chief Executive Officer of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA*). He has been in the financial services industry and closely involved with hedge funds for over 30 years. He has held senior management positions a… Read full bio

Maria Nazarova-Doyle

Principal, Market Engagement Leader, Mercer

Following the acquisition of JLT Group by Marsh & McLennan in April 2019, Maria has taken up the role of Market Engagement Leader responsible for leading, formulating and executing a market engagement strategy for Mercer’s DC & Individual Wealth busi… Read full bio

Christopher Skinner

Partner, Head of UK Debt & Capital Advisory - Deloitte

Chris was a founding member of Deloitte’s Debt & Capital Advisory business in 2005, focusing on providing independent advice to companies undergoing debt raising exercises. Chris also leads Deloitte's Private Equity portfolio company programme in the… Read full bio

You-Ha Hyun

Investment Director, Perpetual Investors

You-Ha Hyun leads the private debt program at Perpetual Investors GmbH, a German based professional single family office. In this role, he is mainly responsible for managing the private debt portfolio and focuses on manager selection across the broad… Read full bio

Jane Gray

Head of European Research, Covenant Review

Jane is a dual qualified solicitor in English and French law, having specialized in banking and capital markets at both Denton Wilde Sapte and Lovells with a focus on leveraged loans and high yield debt. Jane has been practised in the European levera… Read full bio

Zachary Lewy

Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Arrow Global

Zachary Lewy is the Founder and Group chief investment officer of Arrow Global. He was the CEO of the business from its inception until 2011 when Zachary changed the structure to focus on running the investment business. Prior to Arrow, Zachary was a… Read full bio

Diala Minott

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

Diala Minott is a Corporate partner in the London office of Paul Hastings. Mrs. Minott specializes in structured finance transactions, including acting on numerous CLOs and CDOs—both pre- and post-crisis, as well as acting on bespoke hybrid mid-marke… Read full bio

Marco Natoli

Head of Lower Mid-Market – Northern, Eastern & Southern Europe, European Investment Fund

At EIF since January 2009, Marco is heading the Lower Mid-Market team investing in equity, hybrid debt / equity and private debt funds across Europe, with a particular focus on the Northern, Eastern and Southern regions. He coordinates the Lower Mid-… Read full bio

Gregory Racz

Co-Founder & President , MGG Investment Group

Prior to co-founding MGG, Mr. Racz was President of Hutchin Hill, a multi-billion multi-strategy hedge fund. Previously, Mr. Racz co-founded Octavian Advisors, LP, a $1.4 billion multi-strategy fund and was a corporate attorney at Wachtell, Lipton, R… Read full bio

Faisal Ramzan

Partner, Proskauer

Faisal Ramzan is a partner in the Corporate Department and a member of The Private Credit, Finance and Distressed Debt Groups. Faisal's practice focuses on complex cross-border and domestic finance transactions and credit arrangements, particularly t… Read full bio

Yusuf Samad

Professional Trustee, Sodexo Pension Scheme

Yusuf has over 40 years of experience in investing, investment consulting and banking. He currently acts as a professional pension fund trustee and consultant on investment matters. Till July 2018, Yusuf was an Investment Principal at the Pension Pro… Read full bio

Sabrina Fox

Executive Advisor, European Leveraged Finance Alliance

Sabrina is a recognised expert in the European leveraged finance market focused on increasing transparency, improving disclosure standards, and educating market participants on the importance of lender protections in documentation. Most recently, Sab… Read full bio

John Bakie

News Editor, Private Debt Investor

John has been news editor at Private Debt Investor since 2017 covering all aspects of private debt’s development as an asset class. He has written about almost all areas of financial services including public markets trading, fintech, retail finance,… Read full bio

Johnnie Barnett

Director, The New Amsterdam Group

Johnnie Barnett joined New Amsterdam in 2017 as Director based in London, England. Johnnie leads the firms distribution efforts across Europe and is involved across all aspects of fund raising for his clients. Johnnie has a strong track record in rai… Read full bio

Hans Jorg Baumann

Chairman, StepStone Private Debt & Liquid Alternatives - Stepstone Global

Hans Jorg Baumann Chairman, StepStone Private Debt & Liquid Alternatives; Co-Founding Partner SwissCapital - Stepstone Global Mr. Baumann is the chairman of StepStone Private Debt and StepStone Liquid Alternatives. As member of the management team he… Read full bio

Toby Belsom

Director, Investment Practices - PRI

Toby is the Director of Investment Practices at Principles for Responsible Investment. The 10 strong IP team provide guides and tools for signatories when implementing Principle 1 and 2 of the PRI principles. Recent work includes pieces on ESG passiv… Read full bio

Fredrik Berg

Vice President, Wilmington Trust

Fredrik is responsible for introducing corporate clients to Wilmington Trust’s full array of Global Capital Markets services. He specialises in loan agency services, trustee services, high-yield and investment-grade debt, and escrow and distribution… Read full bio

Gus Black

Partner, Dechert

Gus Black, global co-chair of Dechert's financial services group and a member of the Policy Committee, focuses his practice on investment funds (emphasizing private equity, debt and hedge funds), establishing and restructuring international asset man… Read full bio

Niels Bodenheim

Senior Director, bfinance

Niels Bodenheim is Senior Director of Private Markets based in bfinance’s London office. Niels leads the coverage of the Private Debt clients and services, and supports initiatives in Real Estate, Infrastructure and Private Equity Markets. The bfinan… Read full bio

Thomas Brady

President, Jefferies Finance

Thomas Brady has been President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Risk Officer of Jefferies Finance LLC since December 2016 and has been a senior member of our management team since 2004. He previously served as the Head of Structuring & Capital Mar… Read full bio

Stephan Caron

Head of European Middle Market Private Debt within BlackRock Alternative Investors (BAI), BlackRock

Stephan Caron, Managing Director, is Head of European Middle Market Private Debt within BlackRock Alternative Investors (BAI). In this role, he is responsible for leading the platform, originating and executing investment opportunities, leading the i… Read full bio

Trevor Castledine

Principal, Crescent Consulting

Now an independent investment consultant, Trevor is formerly Investment Director for the Credit investments of LPPI, the investment management collaboration between Lancashire County Pension Fund and LPFA. Prior to that he was Deputy CIO at LCPF, hav… Read full bio

Romain Cattet

Partner, Marlborough Partners

Romain is a founding Partner of Marlborough Partners which was set up in 2010. Over the last 9 years, he has taken an active part in growing the company to a team of more than 25 professionals with a track record of 200 deals across Europe Prior comp… Read full bio

Aishwarya Dahanukar

VP, Head of Debt Capital Markets - ZestMoney

Aishwarya is a seasoned debt capital markets and credit portfolio management professional with over 18 years of experience in Europe across investment banking, capital markets, FIG debt origination, structured finance ratings and credit risk manageme… Read full bio

Abhik Das

Managing Director, Head of Private Debt - Golding Capital Partners

Managing Director and Head of Private Debt; joined Golding Capital Partners in 2018. He is responsible for the selection, execution and monitoring of private debt fund investments and co-investments, as well as the portfolio management thereafter. Pr… Read full bio

Jeff Davis

Partner - Co-Head of Credit, Eaton Partners

Jeff is the Co-Head of Private Credit and has a leadership role in the origination, underwriting and project management of Eaton’s private credit-related offerings. He works closely with clients on marketing strategy, collateral design and product po… Read full bio

Julia Demidova

Commercial Partnership Manager, Official Monetary and Financial institutions Forum

Julia Demidova part of commercial team at Official Monetary and Financial institutions Forum. Responsible for building and enhancing relationships with senior officials from central banks, sovereign funds, public pension plans, and debt management of… Read full bio

Nicole Downer

Managing Partner, MV Credit

Nicole Downer joined 2005 is a Managing Partner and Head of Investor Relations, managing a number of strategic relationships of the firm. She is also a member of the MV Credit Manager Board. Prior to MV Credit, Nicole was a Managing Director at Deuts… Read full bio

David Ereira

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

David Ereira is a partner in the Restructuring and Finance practice at Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's London office. Mr. Ereira's principal areas of practice are Restructuring and Insolvency, Private Equity and Acquisition Finance, and Real… Read full bio

Steve Gandy

Managing Director, Head of Private Debt Mobilisation, Notes and Structuring - Santander

Steve Gandy is Managing Director, Head of Private Debt Mobilisation Notes and Structuring for Santander Corporate and Investment Banking in London. He has over 28 years’ experience in the securitisation industry, having completed transactions in Euro… Read full bio

Christopher Gardner

Partner, Financial Services and Investment Management - Dechert

Christopher Gardner’s practice focuses on the structuring and establishment of private funds domiciled in a range of onshore and offshore jurisdictions and across a range of asset classes, with a focus on liquid and illiquid debt and credit, hedge, h… Read full bio

Alex Griffith

Partner, Proskauer

Alex’s practice focuses on leveraged finance and general debt finance work, advising senior, mezzanine, second lien, unitranche and other private capital providers. His extensive experience covers a wide range of transactions, including corporate ref… Read full bio

Will Hayles

Director, Credit Suisse International

Will is a leading project manager in the London office of the Credit Suisse Private Fund Group (PFG) and is a Director in the team. He has built a strong reputation in the industry and has led the PFG’s execution of some landmark fundraises in the Eu… Read full bio

Daniel Heine

Managing Director – Private Debt, Patrimonium

Daniel Heine is co-founders and Managing Director of Patrimonium, an independent alternative asset management company with ten years of Private Debt expertise in German speaking Europe. Before founding Patrimonium Daniel Heine worked as a Financial C… Read full bio

Antje Hensel-Roth

Senior Managing Director, ICG plc

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Severin Hiller

Co-Head Infrastructure Debt, Rivage Investment

Severin Hiller is a co-head of infrastructure debt at Rivage Investment, having joined the firm in October 2014. Since joining the firm, Severin has been instrumental in building one of the leading infrastructure debt practices in Europe. Severin has… Read full bio

David Hirschmann

Head of Private Credit, Permira Debt Managers

David joined Permira Debt Managers in June 2015 and is Head of Private Credit and a Partner. David is also a member of the PCS2 Investment Committee. Previously, David was Managing Director at Babson Capital Europe, where he was responsible for sourc… Read full bio

Johan Hultner

Managing Partner, Arcos Capital

Johan is a founder and Managing Partner of ARCOS Capital, a private debt fund focusing on senior secured lending to the mid-cap corporate market in Northern Europe (GAS, Benelux, UK and the Nordic Region). Prior to joining ARCOS, Johan worked in bank… Read full bio

Daniel Humphrey Rodriguez

Head of Fund Manager Research, PEI

Daniel Humphrey Rodriguez is the Head of Fund Manager Research at PEI. Based in London, he is responsible for leading PEI’s research and analysis of private equity managers and fundraising information globally. He is also responsible for a number of… Read full bio

Philip Jacobs

Director, IANUA Market

Philip Jacobs is an investment director of IANUA Market. He is also the UK representative of the German Economic Council (Wirtschaftsrat Deutschland). Philip left Morgan Stanley in April 2018 where he was a Capital Markets Structurer for seven years,… Read full bio

Ari Jauho

Partner, Chairman, Certior Capital

Since 2011 Mr. Jauho is one of the Founding Partners and the Chairman of Certior Capital Ltd, focusing on private equity and private credit fund investing and co-investing. Previously Mr. Jauho was Partner at Access Capital after Access Capital bough… Read full bio

Chandi Jethu-Ramkrishan

Head of EMEA Business Development, Edelweiss Alternative Asset Advisors

Previously, Chandi worked in London for Investment Banks in the area of Credit, Structured Finance and Institutional Clients' Solutions. He joined Edelweiss Alternative Asset Advisors in June 2009 to develop the European and Middle East Institutional… Read full bio

Alex Jones

Principal - Private Debt, Ares Management Limited

Mr. Jones is a Principal in the Ares Credit Group, where he focuses on European direct lending. Prior to joining Ares in 2014, Mr. Jones was an Assistant Director in the Debt Advisory and Restructuring Group at Rothschild in London, where he focused… Read full bio

Gabriella Kindert

Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho Europe

Dr. Gabriella Kindert is a senior banking and investment professional specialized on Alternative Credit, Private markets and the digital transformation in the financial sector. She gained over 20 years of international experience in managing investme… Read full bio

Matthias Kirchgaessner

Advisor, PLEXUS Investments

Prior founding his own company Cross Atlantic Alternative Asset Consulting, Matthias Kirchgaessner, was the lead Product Manager for managing customized FoHF portfolios under Allianz Hedge Fund Partners in San Francisco, Allianz Alternative Asset Man… Read full bio

Rob Lake

Founder, Authentic Investor

Rob is an advisor to institutional investors, helping them shape their strategy to respond to the challenges of sustainability, ensuring that it is anchored in their purpose and values as organisations. He is the founder of Authentic Investor, an ini… Read full bio

Marcin Leja

Managing Director, Credit Value Investments

Marcin Leja is a managing director at CVI, the leading private debt investor in EU accession countries. During his six year tenure at the company, he was instrumental in increasing assets under management from EUR 150m to EUR 1.2bn. He was also the d… Read full bio

Giles Marchesin

CEO, Chorus Capital Management

Gilles is the founder and CEO of Chorus Capital and has over 20 years of experience in the credit markets. Prior to founding Chorus Capital in 2011, he worked at Goldman Sachs from 1999, where he was a key contributor in building the firm’s franchise… Read full bio

Luke McDougall

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

Luke McDougall is a partner in the Finance and Leveraged Finance practices at Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's London office. Mr. McDougall focuses his practice on UK and cross-border acquisition finance and restructuring. He has experience a… Read full bio

John McGrath

Partner, Structured Finance and Financial Restructuring - Dechert

John McGrath, Partner, Structured Finance and Financial Restructuring, Dechert LLP John McGrath, a senior structured finance partner, primarily represents funds and other buy-side parties on a wide range of financial products often involving enforcem… Read full bio

Ian Milton

Senior Adviser, Arbour Partners

Ian has over 30 years' experience in the European investment, insurance and pensions industry. Prior to joining Arbour in September 2013 he was head of UK and Irish business development at Amundi (formerly Credit Agricole Asset Management) for 10 yea… Read full bio

Stefan Mosberger

Senior Analyst, SIGLO Capital Advisors

Stefan Mosberger joined SIGLO as Senior Analyst in 2018. He began his career in 1999 in the Institutional Advisory department at UBS. He then worked for two other banks as institutional adviser, focusing on clients with derivative investments and dev… Read full bio

Dalit Nuttall

Principal, West Valley Capital

Following an institutional career with Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and Wachovia, Dalit founded WestValley Capital in 2007 to connect preferred solution providers with European pension funds, insurance companies and asset managers in ways that addre… Read full bio

Adriana Oller

Founder & Partner, Resilience Partner

Adriana Oller started her career as a principal investor at 3i Spain, and continued at Axis, providing direct lending solutions to SME's focused on established and profitable Spanish companies, which could not find suitable financing solutions to the… Read full bio

Chris Palmer

Investment Director, ReAssure Asset Management

Chris is an Investment Director in ReAssure's Asset Management team, with prime responsibility for the development and economic returns of ReAssure's investment portfolios, in public and private credit. He was previously Head of Market Risk for Credi… Read full bio

Dominick Peasley

Head of Distribution within Capital Markets, Funding Circle

Dominick is Head of Distribution for Funding Circle. Prior to FC he co-founded fund placement agency, Capital-B. Prior to this he was head of Fund Distribution for Lombard Odier IM and head of European Fund Distribution for Ashmore Group. Dominick wo… Read full bio

Tingting Peng

Head of Investor Relations & Business Development, ESO Capital

Tingting is the Head of Investor Relations and Business Development at ESO, with coverage of investors across Europe, North America and Asia. Prior to joining ESO, Tingting was Principal and Chief Operating Officer at Real Asset Partners, a boutique… Read full bio

Peter Plaut

Executive Director, Wimmer Financial

Peter Plaut is an Executive Director at Wimmer Family Office focused on origination, researching and structuring private debt and equity transactions across a broad range of industries including in the aerospace, energy, metals and mining, and real e… Read full bio

Craig Reeves

Founder, Prestige Funds

Craig established Prestige in 2007 and has raised almost USD2bn. He has nearly 25 years’ experience as a professional investment manager, trader and investor of alternative investments, hedge funds, capital markets and real estate, and regularly cont… Read full bio

David Ross

Managing Director & Head of Private Credit, Northleaf Capital

David is a Managing Director and the Head of Private Credit at Northleaf Capital Partners, an independent global private markets fund manager with more than $13 billion in private credit, private equity and infrastructure commitments under management… Read full bio

Andy Thomson

Senior Editor, Private Debt Investor

Andy has been with PEI since 2003, working on a number of titles including as Editor of Private Equity International and Senior Editor of Infrastructure Investor. Since H2 2015, he took over responsibility for Real Estate Capital and, in the first ha… Read full bio

Toni Vainio

Principal, Pantheon

Toni Vainio, Principal with 12 years of private equity experience, is a member of Pantheon’s European Investment Committee and Pantheon’s Global Credit Committee. Toni was previously at Cambridge Associates where he worked in the private equity team,… Read full bio

David Weeks

Co-Chair, Association of Member Nominated Trustees

David Weeks was elected as Co-Chair of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) in 2016. The AMNT has over 700 members, from around 500 pension schemes. Together, these have assets under management of just under £700 billion: nearly one th… Read full bio

Adam Wheeler

Head of European and Asia Pacific Private Finance, Barings

Adam Wheeler is Head of Barings’ European and Asia Pacific Private Finance and a member of the firm’s Asia-Pacific and European Private Finance Investment Committees. He is responsible for leading the teams that originate, underwrite and manage priva… Read full bio

Jennifer Wood

Managing Director, Global Head of Asset Management Regulation & Sound Practices, AIMA

Prior to joining AIMA, Jennifer was a Partner in Dechert LLP’s London financial services group, where she focused her practice on advising UK, US, European and Asian financial services firms, investment managers and investment funds on US regulatory… Read full bio
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Day 1 - Wednesday 20th

Capital Structure Forum 2019 - Day 1
08:00 - 08:50

Women in Private Debt Breakfast Hosted by Dechert LLP (Invitation only)

An informal breakfast discussion hosted by Dechert LLP focused on supporting women in the private debt industry.

08:00 - 09:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00 - 09:05

PDI Capital Structure Welcome Address

09:05 - 09:20

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Christopher Skinner
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Christopher Skinner

Partner, Head of UK Debt & Capital Advisory - Deloitte

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09:20 - 09:55

Opening Keynote Fireside Chat: Exploring private debt as a cashflow-generating asset

Faisal Ramzan , David Scudellari

Whilst typically being viewed as a liability-driven investment, there now appears to be an appetite for private debt to be considered as part of a cashflow-driven investment strategy for investors.

  • Are pension funds perfectly suited for a cashflow-driven private debt investment strategy?
  • Considering the merits of different types of private debt assets
  • Necessary steps to take for all stakeholders when developing a suitable approach
  • Is there a catch? Pitfalls to watch out for as you up your stake in these strategies

Moderator: Faisal Ramzan, Partner, Proskauer

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Faisal Ramzan

Partner, Proskauer

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David Scudellari

Senior Vice President and Global Head of Credit Investments and Fixed Income, PSP Investments (Public Sector Pension Investments)

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09:55 - 10:40

Keynote Panel Discussion: Investing in illiquidity - why should private debt be part of your portfolio?

Christopher Gardner, Richard Coldwell, Simon Davy, Chandi Jethu-Ramkrishan, Chris Palmer

In a year where illiquidity has hit the news for the wrong reasons, why should LP’s invest, or increase their investment, in this area in years to come?

  • Why certain LP’s are upping their portfolio share in private debt markets; and in contrast, what the main reasons are why some investors remain reluctant when it comes to this asset class?
  • Can a private debt allocation truly help provide investors with the diversification needed to guide themselves through any upcoming economic strife?
  • Comparisons with other public and private options available in this scenario
  • Whether increased understanding of illiquidity is what is needed to improve trust and lead to even further investment in the private debt market

Moderator: Christopher Gardner, Partner, Financial Services and Investment Management, Dechert LLP

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Christopher Gardner

Partner, Financial Services and Investment Management - Dechert

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Richard Coldwell

Director - Direct Lending Debt Funds, British Business Bank Investments

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Simon Davy

Head of Private Markets, Local Pensions Partnership

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Chandi Jethu-Ramkrishan

Head of EMEA Business Development, Edelweiss Alternative Asset Advisors

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Chris Palmer

Investment Director, ReAssure Asset Management

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10:40 - 11:15

Coffee & Networking

Capital Structure Forum 2019 - Day 1
11:15 - 12:00

Preparing for a downturn? Allocation, underwriting and fund structuring tips from the top

David Ereira, Thomas Brady, Abhik Das, Yodia Lo, David Ross

Panel Discussion

Potential economic downturn is on the worry list for all stakeholders in the private debt industry at present. And for investors, it’s vital to understand how managers have prepared the funds that they have on offer to be resilient to any outcome that might present itself.

  • Shifting focus: prioritising restructuring over growth and business opportunity at the end of a stretched cycle
  • Is your institution prepared for a downturn? What recovery and restructuring plan have you set out?
  • Is the market as a whole ready? Can industry participants or regulators do anything more to manage and mitigate risk?
  • What changes have we seen to investor and manager behaviour in anticipation of the correction?

Moderator: David Ereira, Partner, Corporate Department, Paul Hastings

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David Ereira

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

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Thomas Brady

President, Jefferies Finance

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Abhik Das

Managing Director, Head of Private Debt - Golding Capital Partners

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Yodia Lo

Alternatives, Church Commissioners for England

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David Ross

Managing Director & Head of Private Credit, Northleaf Capital

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12:00 - 12:25

The Quest for Yields in a Time of Crisis - Pension Investors Transforming Private Debt for the Public Good

Nicolas Firzli

Presentation

  • The Great Financial Crisis and ‘Quantitative Easing’ Eleven Years On
  • Sino-American Rivalry and the Rise of Geo-Economic Realism
  • Simultaneous Surge of Sustainability and ‘Social’ Investment: The SDG Revolution
  • Private Debt and Infrastructure Debt Boom: It’s only Starting
  • Buy-Side: The Role of Supranational Institutions, Pension Investors, SWFs and Endowments
  • How Issuers Are Adjusting in OECD Countries and Emerging Markets
  • The Way Forward . . .

Speaker: Nicolas J. Firzli, Director-General, World Pensions Council (WPC)

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Nicolas Firzli

Director-General, World Pensions

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12:25 - 13:00

Working private debt into your defined contribution scheme

Ian Milton, Trevor Castledine, Maria Nazarova-Doyle, Yusuf Samad

Panel Discussion

As pension funds increasingly turn to defined contribution schemes for their client base, debt managers and providers have been tasked with innovating their offerings to accommodate this.

  • Are DC schemes and private debt strategies genuinely compatible?
  • How to drive innovation in your fund team in order to adapt and evolve to such client requirements
  • Challenges around creating open-ended vehicles for debt products
  • If embraced, would this offer the perfect opportunity for the market to take the next step in evolutionary growth?

Moderator: Ian Milton, Senior Advisor, Arbour Partners

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Ian Milton

Senior Adviser, Arbour Partners

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Trevor Castledine

Principal, Crescent Consulting

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Maria Nazarova-Doyle

Principal, Market Engagement Leader, Mercer

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Yusuf Samad

Professional Trustee, Sodexo Pension Scheme

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13:00 - 13:30

The state of play – fundraising in private debt

Luke McDougall, Diala Minott, Jeff Davis, Will Hayles, Tingting Peng

Panel Discussion

  • A global outlook – taking into consideration different currency tranches and other factors, how do the various markets compare when it comes to fundraising? And how might a fund bring these efforts together to form a truly global portfolio?
  • How do you get the most out of your partnerships with placement agents and other intermediaries?
  • Investor appetite – are we continuing to see increasing demand for debt products as opposed to, or in addition to, other alternative strategies?
  • What might fundraising look like in the future? Will the same channels, intermediaries and strategies still be used in five years’ time?

Co-Moderators:

Diala Minott, Partner, Corporate Department, Paul Hastings

Luke McDougall, Partner, Corporate Department, Paul Hastings

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Luke McDougall

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

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Diala Minott

Partner, Corporate Department - Paul Hastings

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Jeff Davis

Partner - Co-Head of Credit, Eaton Partners

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Will Hayles

Director, Credit Suisse International

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Tingting Peng

Head of Investor Relations & Business Development, ESO Capital

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13:30 - 14:30

Lunch & Networking

Stream A: Regulation & Roadblocks
14:30 - 15:10

Keeping pace with the regulators – AIFMD, LIBOR & more

Jennifer Wood, Daniel Blamont, Julia Demidova

Panel Discussion

Private debt has perhaps so far escaped the scale of regulation that has hit the finance sector in general – could that be about to change?

  • The case for more regulation – why the market needs protection against slipping underwriting standards and increasing leverage
  • What the regulators are planning to effectively protect investors and funds, without causing significant pain
  • Does private debt have less systemic risk attached to it?
  • Seeing eye to eye: why we need to improve communication & understanding between regulators and industry participants
  •  The challenges and opportunities that AIFMD proposed changes and LIBOR transition might present to the private credit market

Moderator: Jennifer Wood, Managing Director, Global Head of Asset Management Regulation & Sound Practices, Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)

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Jennifer Wood

Managing Director, Global Head of Asset Management Regulation & Sound Practices, AIMA

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Daniel Blamont

Head of Investment Strategy, The Phoenix Group

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Julia Demidova

Commercial Partnership Manager, Official Monetary and Financial institutions Forum

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15:10 - 15:40

Brexit Update

John Bakie, Craig Reeves, David Weeks

Panel Discussion

With the new Conservative leadership seemingly more open to the idea, could there be a no-deal departure on 31st October? And what impact would this have on the UK’s, and Europe’s, private credit market?

  • The bigger picture – analysing the situation post-October 31st
  • What knock-on effects will this scenario have on financial markets and investors in general?
  • Have financial institutions prepared thoroughly enough for this moment?
  • What does the immediate and long-term future have in store for private credit in the wake of this outcome?

Moderator: John Bakie, Editor, Private Debt Investor

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John Bakie

News Editor, Private Debt Investor

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Craig Reeves

Founder, Prestige Funds

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David Weeks

Co-Chair, Association of Member Nominated Trustees

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15:40 - 16:20

Enduring tough times ahead? Understanding your manager’s long-term approach to potential cycle changes

Alex Griffith, Stephan Caron, David Hirschmann, Alex Jones, Adam Wheeler

Panel Discussion

For investors and fund selectors, comprehension of a manager’s plans for all economic possibilities, particularly distress cycles, is critical at present.

  • Investor due diligence – what do they want to hear from managers?
  • How managers can use this as an opportunity to differentiate themselves from competitors
  • Underwriting techniques, debt type, geographical positioning… what exactly do investors want to hear to reassure them?
  • How far into the future should managers be planning – and relaying to investors – their positional approach?
  • Growth vs conservatism… how proportionally resourced is your business for downturn preparation?

Moderator: Alex Griffith, Partner, Proskauer

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Alex Griffith

Partner, Proskauer

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Stephan Caron

Head of European Middle Market Private Debt within BlackRock Alternative Investors (BAI), BlackRock

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David Hirschmann

Head of Private Credit, Permira Debt Managers

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Alex Jones

Principal - Private Debt, Ares Management Limited

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Adam Wheeler

Head of European and Asia Pacific Private Finance, Barings

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Stream B: Innovation & The Future
14:30 - 15:10

Overcoming the hurdles to ESG integration in private debt

Rob Lake, Nicole Downer, Honor Fell, Ari Jauho, Peter Plaut

Panel Discussion

Whilst ESG has taken a more established foothold in public markets and elsewhere, it understandably still has some way to go in private debt. Some of the barriers are undoubtedly educational, but there are plenty of technical questions to answer too in order for ESG to truly be integrated with private debt investment.

  • The educational piece – challenging market misconceptions
  • Tying ESG into value creation & operational excellence
  • How can you proof yourself against ‘greenwashing’?
  • The final hurdle – reducing the haircut for GP’s & achieving desirable returns

Moderator: Rob Lake, Independent Responsible Investment Advisor

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Rob Lake

Founder, Authentic Investor

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Nicole Downer

Managing Partner, MV Credit

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Honor Fell

Vice President, Responsible Investment - Redington

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Ari Jauho

Partner, Chairman, Certior Capital

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Peter Plaut

Executive Director, Wimmer Financial

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15:10 - 15:40

Embracing disruption to ensure you aren’t left behind

Gabriella Kindert, Aishwarya Dahanukar, Dominick Peasley

Panel Discussion 

Technology, amongst other disruptive factors, has disrupted the way the private credit market operates. Platforms like Funding Circle offer digital alternatives for lending, and other tools are making their way across the value chain.

  • How has private debt, and lending more broadly, changed in the last few years as a result of technology?
  • What are the concerns for investors and other stakeholders looking to embrace this disruption? And how can these concerns be addressed?
  • Other than lending platforms, which other areas within private debt have seen technology-driven change & solutions emerge?

Moderator: Gabriella Kindert, Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho Europe

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Gabriella Kindert

Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho Europe

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Aishwarya Dahanukar

VP, Head of Debt Capital Markets - ZestMoney

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Dominick Peasley

Head of Distribution within Capital Markets, Funding Circle

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15:40 - 16:20

Looking towards the post-established era - where next for private debt?

Fredrik Berg, Niels Bodenheim, You-Ha Hyun, Marco Natoli, Bobby Rakhit

Panel Discussion

From ‘shadow banking’ to now being firmly established as a private asset class in its own right, what does the immediate future hold for debt? With little historical data to analyse, are we heading into the unknown?

  • Is the private debt market destined for steady growth over the coming years?
  • Could more LP’s turn to debt if the economy impacts other markets?
  • Are we in a bubble? And if so, when will it burst?
  • Do loan defaults and other dangers lie ahead? Has the industry done enough to prepare itself for these?
  • Is private debt destined to have a positive social and environmental impact?
  • What will the private debt landscape look like in five years time?

Moderator: Fredrik Berg, Vice President, Wilmington Trust

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Fredrik Berg

Vice President, Wilmington Trust

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Niels Bodenheim

Senior Director, bfinance

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You-Ha Hyun

Investment Director, Perpetual Investors

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Marco Natoli

Head of Lower Mid-Market – Northern, Eastern & Southern Europe, European Investment Fund

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Bobby Rakhit

Chief Executive Officer & Founder, ICP Capital

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16:20 - 16:45

Coffee & Networking

Capital Structure Forum 2019 - Day 1
16:45 - 16:55

Findings of the ACC’s latest Financing the Economy research

Jack Inglis

Presentation

To mark the fifth anniversary of this seminal research series, the ACC has interviewed 25 leading industry figures on the key growth challenges for their businesses and potential market headwinds. The research will reveal their views on the future of private credit alongside data gathered from our annual global survey of private credit managers. This presentation will break straight into the audience roundtable discussions when finished.

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Jack Inglis

Chief Executive Officer, AIMA

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16:55 - 17:45

Audience Roundtable Discussions:

Gus Black, Trevor Castledine, Antje Hensel-Roth, Jack Inglis, Tingting Peng, Toni Vainio
  • Accessing the niche markets in private credit facilitated by Tingting Peng, Head of Investor Relations & Business Development, ESO Capital Partners
  • Transparency on the ticket: agreeing the right fee structure and value for investors, facilitated by Trevor Castledine, Principal, Crescent Consulting
  • Harnessing talent in private debt, facilitated by Antje Hensel-Roth, Senior Managing Director, ICG
  • Infrastructure debt, facilitated by Severin Hiller, Co-Head Infrastructure Debt, Rivage Investment
  • Findings of the ACC’s latest Financing the Economy research facilitated by Jack Inglis, Chief Executive Officer, AIMA and Gus Black, Partner, Dechert
  • Fundraising activity in private debt, facilitated by Johnnie Barnett, Director, The New Amsterdam Group
  • Opportunities in the secondaries market for private debt investors, facilitated by Toni Vainio, Principal, Pantheon Ventures
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Gus Black

Partner, Dechert

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Trevor Castledine

Principal, Crescent Consulting

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Antje Hensel-Roth

Senior Managing Director, ICG plc

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Jack Inglis

Chief Executive Officer, AIMA

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Tingting Peng

Head of Investor Relations & Business Development, ESO Capital

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Toni Vainio

Principal, Pantheon

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17:45 - 18:30

Close of Conference & Networking Drinks Reception

Agenda

Day 2 - Thursday 21st

Capital Structure Forum 2019 - Day 2
08:00 - 09:00

Invitation Only LP Networking Breakfast

Dalit Nuttall

Facilitated by Dalit Nuttall, Principal, Mercer

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Dalit Nuttall

Principal, West Valley Capital

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09:00 - 09:05

Chairperson’s Welcome Address

Gabriella Kindert
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Gabriella Kindert

Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho Europe

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09:05 - 09:30

Fireside Chat: Exploring emerging markets in private debt

Andy Thomson, John Graham

With stats showing that private debt fundraising for emerging markets has experienced a significant increase in recent years, this panel will explore the trends and appetite that are contributing to this.

  • Do emerging markets offer investors a ‘get out’ in the face of the expected western credit market downturn? Is this contributing to their increasing popularity?
  • Risks & pitfalls – what do investors & managers need to be aware of within different jurisdictions?
  • How can a suitable balance be achieved between direct investing and supporting funds?
  • What impact is this having on emerging market economies? And can emerging market investing complement sustainable or impact investing targets?

Moderator: Andy Thomson, Senior Editor, Private Debt Investor

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Andy Thomson

Senior Editor, Private Debt Investor

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John Graham

Senior Managing Director & Global Head of Credit Investments, Credit Investments - Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

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09:30 - 09:50

Fundraising & investors: how is the market evolving?

Daniel Humphrey Rodriguez

Presentation

An overview of the private debt fundraising space and how investors plan to manage their portfolios in 2020. Topics will include:

  • Private debt in numbers
  • Exclusive: The top managers of private debt capital
  • Exclusive: What is the investor perspective?

Speaker: Daniel Humphrey Rodriguez, Head of Fund Manager Research, PDI

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Daniel Humphrey Rodriguez

Head of Fund Manager Research, PEI

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09:50 - 10:50

Case Studies: From the Front Lines 2.0

Gabriella Kindert, Matthias Kirchgaessner, Daniel Heine, Marcin Leja , Adriana Oller, Gregory Racz

Following the success of our case study special at the PDI Germany forum this year, the format returns at Capital Structure. Leading GPs tell us in depth how they ensure best risk adjusted returns and secure sufficient protection through their approach to transaction structuring. Moderated by our investment committee and voted on by the audience.

Co-Moderators:

Gabriella Kindert, Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho

Matthias Kirchgaessner, Advisor, PLEXUS Investments

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Gabriella Kindert

Expert In Alternative Lending and Private Debt, Supervisory Board Member – Mizuho Europe

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Matthias Kirchgaessner

Advisor, PLEXUS Investments

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Daniel Heine

Managing Director – Private Debt, Patrimonium

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Marcin Leja

Managing Director, Credit Value Investments

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Adriana Oller

Founder & Partner, Resilience Partner

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Gregory Racz

Co-Founder & President , MGG Investment Group

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11:00 - 11:20

Coffee & Networking

Capital Structure Forum 2019 - Day 2
11:20 - 12:05

Distressed investments in an uncertain future

John McGrath, Julia Demidova, Hans Jorg Baumann, Zachary Lewy, Stefan Mosberger

Panel Discussion

Distressed investing in uncertain times may seem counterintuitive. Increased risk of borrower default at a time where a correction seems inevitable? However, trends seem to be indicating that the distressed market isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

  • Defining distressed: does special situations give you more flexibility?
  • Are investors truly becoming increasingly open to distressed debt offerings? If so, which type?
  • How to ensure robustness in your risk analysis for distressed investing
  • What managers can do to ease investor concerns
  • Understanding the importance of diversification

Moderator: John McGrath, Partner, Structured Finance and Financial Restructuring, Dechert LLP

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John McGrath

Partner, Structured Finance and Financial Restructuring - Dechert

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Julia Demidova

Commercial Partnership Manager, Official Monetary and Financial institutions Forum

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Hans Jorg Baumann

Chairman, StepStone Private Debt & Liquid Alternatives - Stepstone Global

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Zachary Lewy

Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Arrow Global

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Stefan Mosberger

Senior Analyst, SIGLO Capital Advisors

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12:05 - 12:40

Safeguarding your investment - the questions you should be asking when it comes to covenants

Jane Gray, Romain Cattet, Sabrina Fox, Johan Hultner

Panel Discussion

Covenants remain a contentious item when it comes to investor-manager relationships. Whilst some managers are still of the opinion that ‘covenant-lite’ is the right path forward, others are less convinced.

  • Redressing the balance – what the industry must do to ensure all stakeholders are equally protected by non-aggressive covenants and documentation
  • How can investors best equip themselves to be covenant-savvy and protect their investments?
  • What are the key questions investors should always ask when it comes to covenants?
  • The role that covenants will play as we near an expected downturn

Moderator: Jane Gray, Head of European Research, Covenant Review

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Jane Gray

Head of European Research, Covenant Review

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Romain Cattet

Partner, Marlborough Partners

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Sabrina Fox

Executive Advisor, European Leveraged Finance Alliance

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Johan Hultner

Managing Partner, Arcos Capital

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12:40 - 13:20

Fireside Chat: Risk-sharing – an opportunity to partner with European banks on their core loan portfolios

Steve Gandy , Giles Marchesin

Whilst European banks remain the predominant providers of credit to the economy, they face multiple long-term challenges that weigh heavily on their capital ratios and profitability. Risk-sharing represents an effective capital management tool for them to free-up capital and improve performance metrics.

  • Where in the credit market is bank involvement still prevalent and why?
  • What challenges do banks face in today’s macro and regulatory environment?
  • Why do banks partner with specialist fund managers in the private credit market?
  • What are the key features of a typical risk-sharing transaction?
  • How do such partnerships lead to better results?
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Steve Gandy

Managing Director, Head of Private Debt Mobilisation, Notes and Structuring - Santander

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Giles Marchesin

CEO, Chorus Capital Management

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13:20 - 13:25

Closing Remarks

13:25 - 14:30

Networking Lunch & End of Conference

2019 Sponsors include

The Capital Structure Forum offers a unique opportunity for organisations to raise their profile as a part of the premier meeting for European investors allocating to private debt.

For more information on the available sponsorship opportunities contact

Giulia Corsini, giulia.c@peimedia.com, 44 (0) 203 994 7964

 

 

9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD

Glaziers Hall

Network with over 65 LPs including

  • CPPIB
  • National Pension Service
  • PSP Investments
  • Local Pensions Partnership
  • The Church Commissioners
  • Tesco Penion Investment
  • Border to Coast Pension Partnership
  • Brunel Pension Partnership
  • Sodexo Pension Scheme
  • European Investment Fund
  • ReAssure Asset Management
  • R & V Insurance Group
  • Sanofi Pension Fund
  • RAG-Stiftung
  • Lothian Pension Fund
  • Perpetual Investors
  • Royal Mail Pension Trustees
  • European Investment Bank
  • Sava Re
  • Swiss Re
  • Sumitomi Mitsui Trust Bank
  • Signal Iduna Asset Management
  • Centrica Pension Scheme

Why should you attend?

  • Make connections with private and public pension funds, insurers, endowments, family offices & more – all types of institutional investors will be in attendance
  • Hear their unique views on various themes across the agenda – ranging from downturn preparedness to opportunities in emerging markets
  • Utilise the networking breaks to follow up with investors after their sessions, and ask the questions you had in mind in a private informal environment
  • Focused on fundraising? This is the perfect opportunity to introduce your fund & strategies to a global investor audience
  • Forge connections, leave impressions and build lasting relationships with 60+ active and prospective investors in private debt

Hear from our investors

Daniel Blamont, Head of Investment Strategy, The Phoenix Group

Richard Coldwell, Director – Direct Lending Debt Funds, British Business Bank Investments 

Simon Davy, Head of Private Markets, Local Pensions Partnership

John Graham, Senior Managing Director & Global Head of Credit Investments, Credit Investments, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board 

Yodia Lo, Alternatives, Church of England

Marco Natoli, Head of Lower Mid-Market – Northern, Eastern & Southern Europe, European Investment Fund 

Yusuf Samad, Trustee, Sodexo Pension Scheme

David Scudellari, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Credit Investments and Fixed Income, PSP Investments 

Investor perspectives

Yusuf Samad

Trustee, Sodexo Pension Scheme

I’ll be attending the PDI Capital Structure forum in London on 20-21st November. I have experience of investing in the private debt market and it remains an are…

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John Graham,

Senior Managing Director & Global Head of Credit Investments, Credit Investments, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

This November I’ll be participating in a fireside chat about private credit at the PDI Capital Structure forum in London. I’m excited to highlight how CPPIB is…

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Daniel Blamont

Head of Investment Strategy, Phoenix Group

This November I’ll be participating at the PDI Capital Structure forum in November. I’ll be taking part in a panel on the first day, discussing how to keep pace…

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