As deal-making in India gradually evolves, one can find a definite shift in the relationship between Limited Partners and General Partners. LPs, who traditionally backed blind pool corpuses, are now assuming a much larger role by getting into a managed account structure and platform deals. Whether this transition is for good or bad, the jury is still out on what has brought about this transition and why are institutional investors seeking more active participation. Is it because the investors want to be closer to their assets? How does it affect the independent fund managers?
These issues, along with a number of other exciting topics, will be discussed at VCCircle India Limited Partners Summit 2016. The event will bring together Indian GPs and top global and Indian LPs, besides placement agents and other key players in the PE ecosystem.
- The current state of the Indian economy
- China slowdown: Can India take its advantage?
- Making money from junk: Boom in distressed assets sale
- Specialist or sector-agnostic, what does an LP look for in India?
- Fundraising: Past experiences and outlook for 2016
- Holding promise: Government’s fund-of-funds, tax sops, SEBI's recommendations
- Re-defining private equity deal due diligence in challenging times
- Domestic fundraising: Emergence and role of Indian investors in rupee capital funds
- The state of Indian venture capital and startup investing
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