Asia’s leading private debt fundraising conferences

Private Debt Investor’s 2nd annual PDI Japan Korea Week on 10-12 November will examine the impact of a tumultuous 2020 and create the roadmap for the next decade of capital flow to private debt funds.

Strengthen and diversify your LP connections in Asia by attending the region’s only multi-city fundraising week – the PDI Seoul Forum on 10 November and PDI Tokyo Forum on 12 November.

Key agenda highlights:

  • How has COVID-19 impacted the global credit market and what is the way forward
  • Global GPs’ view on the best risk-adjusted returns
  • Case studies of direct lending in middle-market, mezzanine and distressed debts
  •  Where to find uncrowded opportunities in Asia
  • Where are Japanese and Korean LPs shifting their appetites in 2021 and beyond?

Two industry leading conferences in One Week

10 November
The 3rd annual Seoul Forum will continue to connect Korea’s most active LPs and allocators with global fund managers. Supercharge your fundraising in South Korea and be ahead of the curve in the private credit cycle.

 

12 November
The PDI Tokyo Forum will maximise your fundraising efforts and exposure to Japanese LPs. Meet key Japanese investors, emerging private credit LPs and their gatekeepers, seeking global credit opportunities.

 

Previous conference highlights

– Key takeaways from 2019 conferences
– Attendee list and statistics
– And many more…

2019 attendees:

The Week is the place to meet influential players in the private credit space, discover the unrivalled opportunities provided by Private Debt Investor today.
ABL Life Insurance
Affiliated Managers Group
AIALife Korea
CapitaLand Fund Management
Catella Asia
Crescent Capital Group
Crestline Investors Inc
DGB Life Insurance
Government Employees Pension Service (GEPS)
Hanwha Life Insurance
Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance
I Squared Capital
KB Life Insurance
KDB Life Insurance
Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)
Korea Post Savings
KTB Asset Management
Lotte Non-Life Insurance
Meritz Fire & Marine Insurance
MetLife Investment Management
MG Non-Life Insurance
Mizuho Group National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives
National Pension Research Institute
National Pension Service (NPS)
Payton Capital
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (SFMI)
Samsung Life Insurance
Seoul Guarantee Insurance
Shinhan Life Insurance
The K Non-Life Insurance
Willis Towers Watson

2019 Speakers

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Maximise your time in Asia at PDI Japan Korea Week

Invigorate your fundraising strategy by spending a week with Asia’s most influential and most active outbound institutional investors in Japan and Korea by purchasing a single ticket. Connect with leading Japanese and Korean LPs across two industry-leading events in Seoul (10 November) and Tokyo (12 November).

If you are fundraising in Asia, do not miss the chance to meet the regions’ largest LPs this November!

Key features of the Forums:

  • Influential Japanese and Korean LPs in attendance across the week
  • Countless hours of premium networking leading up to and across the week  with institutional investors, fund managers, advisors, and strategic partners
  • Unparalleled content, featuring exclusive Japanese and Korean LP insight on the private credit industry
  • 1-to-1 meeting scheduler in event app to connect with key targets prior to event day

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Dong-hun Jang

Chief Investment Officer, Public Officials Benefit Association(POBA)

Strengthen and diversify your LP connections in Korea and Japan

Year-on-year attendees include:

The Week is the place to meet influential players in the private credit space, discover the unrivalled opportunities provided by Private Debt Investor today.
ABL Life Insurance
Asahi Mutual Life Insurance
Daido Life Insurance
Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF)
Hanwha Asset Management
Hyundai Insurance
Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance
Idemitsu Pension Fund
Japan Post Bank
Japan Post Insurance
KDB Life Insurance
Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)
Meritz Fire & Marine Insurance
Mirae Asset Life Insurance
National Kyosai Federation of Japan Agricultural Cooperatives (ZENKYOREN)
National Pension Service of Korea
Pension Fund Association
Police Mutual Aid Association
Public Officials Benefit Association (POBA)
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Samsung Life Insurance
Sungdam
The Dai-ichi Life Insurance
The K Non-Life Insurance
The Korea Development Bank
The Korean Teachers' Credit Union (KTCU)
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance
Zenitas Investment

Know your LPs through bespoke agenda and discussion

Panel: Meet the Korean LPs and gatekeepers

· Why debt is preferred by Korean insurance companies when equity yields are higher than debt
· Target returns and risks acceptable and unacceptable on private debt investments
· What due diligence do Korean LPs perform now and in the future?

 

Panel: Meet the Japanese LPs and gatekeepers

· Where do Japanese investors find more risk, crowding out and undervalued opportunity?
· How Japanese LPs are evaluating asset evaluations in the current environment
· The plan to deploy more, same or less capital in the market, in terms of geography, strategy, and implementation approach

 

Gain in-depth global market insight

Investors’ appetite for private debt strategies

1 Ticket, 2 Forums, 200+ LPs, Unlimited Opportunities

Join both the Tokyo and Seoul Forums in the same week to maximise your time in Asia

Invigorate your fundraising strategy by spending a week with Asia’s largest and most active outbound institutional investors in Japan and Korea by purchasing a single ticket. Connect with leading Japanese and Korean LPs across two industry-leading events in Seoul (10 November) and Tokyo (12 November).

If you are fundraising in Asia, do not miss the chance to meet the regions’ largest LPs this November!

Key features of the Forums:

  • Influential Japanese and Korean LPs in attendance across the week
  • 14 hours+ of premium networking across the week with institutional investors, fund managers, advisors, and strategic partners
  • Unparalleled content, featuring exclusive Japanese and Korean LP insight on the private credit industry
  • New and improved networking app to connect with key targets prior to event day

Why attend both forums?

Supercharge your fundraising

Secure your next capital allocation by connecting with senior decision-makers from Japanese and Korean LPs.

Knowledge-sharing with opinion leaders

Strengthen your investment strategy by sharing ideas with the most influential debt investment community that gathers at all PDI global events.

Maximise your time and money

Take advantage of your time out of the office to gain the greatest business results possible by connecting with both of Asia’s major outbound LP communities in the space of one week.

Past attendees to Japan & Korea series events:

Why should I attend

Why are the 2019 Forums are a must-attend series? Find out the confirmed attendee list, speaker line-up and agenda highlights in the digital brochure.

Which package is for me?

Check out package options available and then secure your place today to maximise savings.

PDI Tokyo & Seoul Forums

PDI Japan Korea Week full access

Boost your networking opportunities, and gain the best savings, by attending both the Seoul & Tokyo Forums on 10th and 12th November.

Includes:

  • Access to leading LPs from Japan and Korea
  • Access to two days of premium content
  • 14+ hours networking with global private debt’s most influential community
  • Access to both luncheon and cocktail networking receptions in Japan and Korea
  • Dedicated networking time for intimate knowledge-sharing with like-minded individuals
  • Contact PDI Tokyo and Seoul Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$1,895 before 27 May 2020

PDI Tokyo Forum only

The second annual Tokyo Forum on 12 November is a one-of-a-kind event in Japan focused on global private credit markets and outbound capital flows.

Includes:

  • Connect with leading Japanese LPs
  • Access to one day of premium content at the ONLY dedicated private credit event in Japan
  • 7+ hours networking
  • Access to luncheon and end of day cocktail reception
  • Contact Tokyo Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$900 before 27 May 2020

PDI Seoul Forum only

The third annual PDI Seoul Forum on 10 November is Korea’s only conference exclusively focused on global debt strategies and fundraising opportunities.

Includes:

  • Connect with leading Korean LPs
  • Access to one day of premium content at the ONLY dedicated private debt conference in Korea
  • 7+ hours of networking
  • Access to end of day cocktail reception
  • Contact Seoul Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$900 before 27 May 2020

2020 Preliminary Agenda

We are preparing the 2020 agenda. Tell us what you like to hear at PDI Japan Korea Week by contacting Niann La at niann.l@peimedia.com.

Day 1
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Agenda

Day 1 - Tuesday 5th

Full day
08:00 - 08:45

Registration & networking

08:45 - 09:00

PEI welcome and opening remarks

Helen Sanders-de Lieto
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Helen Sanders-de Lieto

Director - Asia Conferences, PEI

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09:00 - 09:20

Keynote: The value of scale and differentiated sourcing capabilities in private credit

Michael Patterson
  • Non-sponsor lending: not just sourcing, it’s about execution
  • An awash in debt capital – Utilizing scale as a competitive advantage
  • Opportunities to find alpha returns persist at the larger end of the lending market
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Michael Patterson

Governing Partner, HPS Investment Partners

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09:20 - 10:00

Opening panel: Global debt under the microscope

Andrew Hedlund, Art Penn, Robert Radway , Randy Schwimmer
  • The role of private debt within the wider portfolio
  • Addressing the impact of unique global issues in debt: The tighter terms and limited deal sourcing opportunities – how do they affect the return expectations
  • Lessons learned from the global financial crisis
  • Where does the real asset debt sit for investors?
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Andrew Hedlund

Americas Editor, Private Debt Investor

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Art Penn

Founder and Managing Partner, PennantPark Investment Advisers

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Robert Radway

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, NXT Capital

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Randy Schwimmer

Senior Managing Director, Head of Origination and Capital Markets, Churchill Asset Management

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10:00 - 10:20

Keynote: Getting your debt strategy right

Tom Connolly
  • Evolution of the private debt market and diversity of fund structures
  • What LPs should look for when finding a fund manager
  • Case study: Investing in complex debt structuring deals: The perils and the potential of the unitranche
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Tom Connolly

Chief Investment Officer and Head of the Global Private Credit Group in Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division, Goldman Sachs Group

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10:20 - 10:50

Networking break

10:50 - 11:30

Panel: In focus: Mid-market direct lending in US

Greg Racz, Timothy J. Conway, Lee Landrum, Sandra Lee Montgomery, Jessica Lee
  • What are the drivers for investing in the mid-market? How does the upper and lower mid-market compare for deals, visibility, terms and returns?
  • What are the trade-offs between syndicated lending and private market lending in the mid-market and SME space?
  • To what extent to mid-market lending dynamics align with the overall private debt cycle?
  • Is the direct lending market over-saturated and how can managers continue to differentiate themselves from the competition?
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Greg Racz

Co-founder and President, MGG Investment Group

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Timothy J. Conway

Head of Private Credit, First Eagle Investment Management

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Lee Landrum

Managing Director, BlackRock

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Sandra Lee Montgomery

Partner, Proskauer

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Jessica Lee

Managing Director, Barings

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11:30 - 12:10

Panel: In focus: Mid-market direct lending in Europe

Deborah Ogawa, Symon Drake-Brockman, Paul Johnson, Jean-Baptiste Feat, Mark Brenke
  • Opportunities and potential hurdles for European investments – Markets divide, jurisdictions, Brexit, bank vs alternative lenders
  • Does the upper and lower mid-market compare for deals, visibility, terms and returns?
  • What are the trade-offs between syndicated lending and private market lending in the mid-market and SME space?
  • Future prospect of European direct lending market – Growth, LPs, subdivision of the asset class, market unification
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Deborah Ogawa

Senior Director, U.S. Structured Credit Group, Fitch Ratings

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Symon Drake-Brockman

Managing Partner, Pemberton Asset Management

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Paul Johnson

Partner, EQT Credit

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Jean-Baptiste Feat

Co-Head of Asia, Tikehau Capital

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Mark Brenke

Head of Private Debt, Managing Director, Ardian

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12:10 - 12:50

Panel: Effective ways to manage, add value and extract maximum returns from distressed debt and special situations

David Forbes-Nixon , Jaime Prieto, Hemant Daga, Jingjing Bai
  • How are Asian or European countries dealing with their NPL issues and performing loans?
  • Distressed, special situations and NPL exit strategies that meet return expectations: What are the available options?
  • Where are we in the economic cycle and how does credit special situations change in response to the wider economic situation?
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David Forbes-Nixon

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alcentra

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Jaime Prieto

Founder and Managing Partner, London, Kartesia

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Hemant Daga

President and Head, Global Asset Management, Edelweiss Group

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Jingjing Bai

Advisor, Bfinance

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12:50 - 14:10

Networking lunch (Sponsored by HPS)

14:10 - 14:30

European direct lending: How to address investors’ concern for potential downside risks

Nicole Gates
  • Too much dry powder – is market over-crowded?
  • Ever loosening lending terms – Do direct lenders maintain the terms to protect LPs?
  • Credit risk around the corner – Are lenders prepared to perform workouts in possible downturns?
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Nicole Gates

Chief Credit Officer, Pemberton

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14:30 - 15:10

Panel: Senior debt vs opportunistic credit strategies

Adam Ruggiero, David Ross, Adalla Kim, Ryan Chung, Hamish Grant
  • What explains the attractiveness of senior debt at present? What is the workout or restructuring process for senior debt lenders?
  • What are other alternative options?
  • What role do the strategies play in an investor’s portfolio in the current credit cycle?
  • How to diligence managers and evaluate deal sourcing and underwriting capabilities
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Adam Ruggiero

Managing Director, MetLife Investment Management

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David Ross

Managing Director and Head of Private Credit, Northleaf Capital Partners

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Adalla Kim

Reporter, Private Debt Investor

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Ryan Chung

Managing Director, Huatai International

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Hamish Grant

Managing Partner, Bridgepoint Credit

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15:10 - 15:40

Networking break

15:40 - 16:10

Panel: The dos & don’ts of fundraising in Japan

Yasuyuki Tomita, Hisanori Takata, Reijiro Samura, Yoshikoto Tamura, Jiro Shimpo
  • Opportunities in private debt: How does Japan compare with Asia and the rest of the world?
  • What is the role of asset management and securities companies in Japan and how do they work?
  • The relationship between private debt and private equity – which sector is more attractive in Japan?
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Yasuyuki Tomita

Senior Vice President in Growth and Cross Border Investment Department, Development Bank of Japan

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Hisanori Takata

Senior Portfolio Manager & Executive Adviser to the Provost of Finance, Tokyo University of Science

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Reijiro Samura

President and Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer, Alternative Investment Capital

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Yoshikoto Tamura

Senior Portfolio Advisor, Aksia

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Jiro Shimpo

President and Chief Executive Officer, Tasku Advisors

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16:10 - 17:00

Closing panel: Japanese LP perspectives on private debt

Akihiro Endo, Kazuo Nishimura, Takeshi Ito, Yoshifumi Kida, Daichi Suzuki, Yoshi Kiguchi
  • What are the appealing strategies and other priorities for investors and what are the risk appetite and geographic focus appealing to Japanese investors?
  • How do recent global trends encourage Japanese investors to private debt?
  • How to pick your fund manager: Who will manage capital the best – single strategy fund manager vs multi-asset fund manager vs multi-strategy fund manager?
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Akihiro Endo

Senior Fund Manager, Private Equity Investment Department, Tokio Marine Asset Management

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Kazuo Nishimura

Chief Product Strategist, Nomura Funds Research and Technologies

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Takeshi Ito

Senior Investment Officer & Chief Operation Officer, AISIN Employees' Pension Fund

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Yoshifumi Kida

Manager for Foreign Equity and Alternative Investment Department, Nippon Life Insurance

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Daichi Suzuki

Deputy General Manager, Alternative Investment Group, Sumitomo Mitsui DS Asset Management

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Yoshi Kiguchi

Chief Investment Officer, West Japan Machinery Pension Fund

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17:00 - 18:00

End of forum and Cocktail (Sponsored by MGG)

2019 Speakers

View the 2019 speaker line-up below. Interested in speaking at the Forum? Please contact Ms Niann Lai at niann.l@peimedia.com.

Anthony Biddulph

Chief Executive Officer, Capra Global Partners

Anthony is based in London. He has over 20 years of experience in raising capital from institutional investors for Real Estate investment. Prior to joining CAPRA, Anthony was a Director at BlackRock where he led the Institutional Investor Relations… Read full bio
Jiroo Eoh

Jiroo Eoh

Team Head, ABL Life Insurance

Jiroo Eoh is the Team Head, leading infrastructure and real assets (real estate) investment team, at ABL Life Insurance (Korea). Previously, Jiroo worked with Macquarie Group (Macquarie Capital and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, both Austr… Read full bio

Jin Won Lee

General Manager, Local Finance Association

Jin Won Lee is General Manager of Alternative Investment Division at Local Finance Association from May 2019, after joining the company December 1993. He had been working Alternative Investment Division, Risk Management Office, etc. at Teachers’ Pens… Read full bio

Deborah Ogawa

Senior Director, U.S. Structured Credit Group, Fitch Ratings

Deborah Ogawa is a senior director in the U.S. Structured Credit group at Fitch Ratings, focusing on collaborative CLO and leveraged loan research. Prior to joining Structured Credit, Deborah was a corporate ratings analyst, specializing on high yiel… Read full bio

Won Joon Park

Chief Executive Officer, DS Networks Asset Management Company

Mr Park is the Chief Executive Officer of DSN AMC. Mr Park has over 20 years of asset management and investment experience. Prior to joining DSN AMC, Mr Park was a Senior Managing Director of Hana Alternative Asset Management where he invested and ov… Read full bio

Michael Patterson

Governing Partner, HPS Investment Partners

Michael Patterson is a Governing Partner of HPS Investment Partners and is the Portfolio Manager for the Specialty Loan Funds and Core Senior Lending Funds. Mr. Patterson joined HPS in 2007, establishing the European business before returning to the… Read full bio

Robert Petty

Co-Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment Officer, Fiera Capital

Rob Petty is Co-Founder of the Clearwater Funds and Co-CEO and Co-CIO of Fiera Capital (Asia). Since founding the Clearwater Funds in 2001, Rob and his partner Amit Gupta have invested profitably across cycles, sectors and geographies, building an As… Read full bio

Greg Racz

Co-founder and 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

Jiro Shimpo

President and Chief Executive Officer, Tasku Advisors

Jiro Shimpo has 30 years of buy-side asset management experience including two decades in alternative investments. He runs his own advisory/investment firm to serve institutional investors. Prior to that, he spent each decade in a trust bank, life in… Read full bio

Koji Sugauchi

Executive Officer General Manager, Fund Management Department, Osaka Shoko Shinkin Bank

Sugauchi Koji joined Osaka Shoko Shinkin Bank in 2016 as a head of investment. His responsibilities include alternative investment, equity and fixed income investments. Prior to the Osaka Shoko Shinkin Bank, he joined Dai-ichi Life in 1983. He worked… Read full bio

Thomas Swain

Director, Private Fund Group, Credit Suisse (Hong Kong)

Thomas joined the Credit Suisse Private Fund Group in 2006 and is based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for leading PFG’s advisory and fundraising execution activities in Asia Pacific across both primary fundraisings and secondary liquidity solutions… Read full bio

Edward Tong

Managing Director, Head Private Debt Asia, Partners Group

Edward Tong is Head of the Private Debt Asia business unit and Deputy Head of Partners Group's Singapore office. He is a member of the Global Direct Debt Investment Committee. Edward has been with Partners Group since 2013 and has 16 years of industr… Read full bio
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Partner with the PDI Japan Korea Week

The PDI Japan Korea Week will offer a unique opportunity for organisations to raise their profile among senior private debt decision-makers across the world.

For exclusive sponsorship package for the PDI Japan Korea Week, please contact sponsorship team at asiasponsorship@peimedia.com, call +852 2153 3846.


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) statement

That these are challenging times is plain for all to see. We hope you are keeping safe and well as “Business as usual” is taking a new shape. Like you perhaps, we’re working out what that looks like.

The well-being of our customers, partners and our personnel is foremost, which is why we are monitoring developments closely with the latest guidance from local and national authorities and the World Health Organization (WHO) as it relates to travel to, and participation in, our events. Further information regarding the virus, best practice hygiene advice and travel recommendations can be found on the can be found on the WHO website.

At this time, we expect PDI Japan Korea Week will run as scheduled on 10-12 November.

You can secure your place at the conferences today to take advantage of the savings available. We are committed to providing the Private Debt Investor community with safe access to our industry-leading community and content this November, as well as digital access leading up to and during the conference. Secure your place today to gain maximum benefit.

For any further inquiries, please contact our customer services team on +852 2153 3844 or at asiaevents@peimedia.com.

 

Which package is for me?

PDI Japan Korea Week full access

Boost your networking opportunities, and gain the best savings, by attending both the Seoul & Tokyo Forums on 10th and 12th November.

Includes:

  • Access to leading LPs from Japan and Korea
  • Access to two days of premium content
  • Countless hours of premium networking leading up to and across the week with institutional investors, fund managers, advisors, and strategic partners
  • Access to both luncheon and cocktail networking receptions in Japan and Korea
  • Dedicated networking time for intimate knowledge-sharing with like-minded individuals
  • Contact PDI Tokyo and Seoul Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$1,895 before 27 May

PDI Seoul Forum only

The third annual PDI Seoul Forum on 10 November is Korea’s only conference exclusively focused on global debt strategies and fundraising opportunities.

Includes:

  • Connect with leading Korean LPs
  • Access to one day of premium content at the ONLY dedicated private debt conference in Korea
  • 7+ hours of networking
  • Access to end of day cocktail reception
  • Contact Seoul Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$900 before 27 May

PDI Tokyo Forum only

The second annual Tokyo Forum on 12 November is a one-of-a-kind event in Japan focused on global private credit markets and outbound capital flows.

Includes:

  • Connect with leading Japanese LPs
  • Access to one day of premium content at the ONLY dedicated private credit event in Japan
  • 7+ hours networking
  • Access to luncheon and end of day cocktail reception
  • Contact Tokyo Forum attendees before, during and after the event utilising our new and improved event app
  • Save up to US$900 before 27 May

Ticket definitions

General delegate

For in-house experts at fund and asset managers, developers, and banks.

Service provider

For employees of any professional services organisation which provides advisory service and/or technology solutions to investment professionals.

Subscriber

For all current Platinum or Gold subscribers to PERE. Only the named subscriber of an account is eligible for the discount, confirmation subject to approval.

Qualified investor

For permanent employees from foundations, endowments, insurance companies, pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds. Confirmation subject to approval.

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