Los Angeles Private Equity Chapter: March Deal Connect Panel
1000 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90017
Early Bird (Until Mar 15): $195
Late Registration: $220
This event is free for National, Chicago Private Equity Chapter, Los Angeles Private Equity Chapter, Los Angeles Real Estate Chapter, NYC Private Equity Chapter, and Corporate members.
This event starts on March 19th at 11:00 AM.
Topic: Economics vs. Relationship: How the Two are Measured When Choosing a Deal Partner
In 2018 the M&A market continued to experience record amounts of dry powder, coupled with high purchase multiples that occur as a result. Investors are rethinking previously successful strategies in efforts to put their money to work. There is more competition than ever for a finite number of deals. It is not enough to be able to write a check; one must also rely on relationships for access to deal flow and closing a deal. But how are the economics on a deal and strength of a relationship among the transactional professionals measured against each other? Hear from a panel of seasoned M&A veterans from both sides of the table about how they’ve developed their networks over the years, and utilized them in recent times during this highly competitive market. They will discuss questions like: Is it enough to be willing to write the largest check? To what extent are past experiences with someone across the table valued when deciding how to proceed? What steps have they taken to build their network and brand in recent years?
Opus Connect Members: No Charge
- Non-Members (On or before March 14th): $195
- Non-Members (On or after March 15th): $220
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Carrie joined HRCP in 2009 and brings over 25 years of experience in global manufacturing and finance. She is responsible for a wide scope of operations management for the firm including investment sourcing, investor relations, marketing, IT, facilities management, human resources, compliance and accounting. Prior to HRCP, Carrie spent 15 years overseeing worldwide textile production. Carrie received a BS from Cornell University and a Master of Finance from Harvard University.