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VCCircle will host the fifth edition of its flagship property, VCCircle India Limited Partners Summit on February 19-20, 2014 at Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai.  

Featured Panel

Developing Local Investor Capital-driven PE Industry: Given that more than 95% of the PE capital in India comes from international investors, what is the scope for local investor capital-driven market PE market in India? What are the challenges for running domestic capital-led PE funds? How can the industry encourage the ecosystem of local insurance companies, banks and family offices to make allocations to domestic private equity?

Other discrete sessions for the two-day conference

Macro-Economic Breakdown Of The India Opportunity—Assessing The Good & Bad

Analysing The Various Political Combinations In India & Its Implications

How Fundraising Dynamics Have Changed—from Tailwinds in '07 to Headwinds in '14

How Do Regulators View The India Private Equity Industry

Identifying The Right Model For Private Equity In India

Setting The LP-GP Terms For India: What Will Work & What Won't

Too Many Portfolio Companies—Managing Portfolio & Generating Returns

Corporate Governance De-coded—What Is The Solution For Investors?

Real Estate Private Equity (REPE)

Private Equity In India Vs Other Markets

Mapping India’s Early-Stage & Venture Capital Ecosystem

VCCircle LP-GP Mixer

In a unique one-to-one networking format, this session will connect handpicked GPs with select LPs in an enclosed area. With each meeting lasting five minutes, the session will enable GPs to connect with the leading India focused LPs and establish network with them. To participate in this session, contact Sandeep/Shikhil at register@vccircle.com or 0120-4171111

Attendees will include top global limited partners, India's leading general partners, placement agents, regulators, policy makers and economists. For more details, click here.

For sponsorship write to: vijay@vccircle.com;

For registrations write to: Sandeep/Shikhil atregister@vccircle.com or 0120-4171111

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