Managing Business Equity in Emerging Markets

Over the past few years, emerging markets have gained some major popularity in international markets. With many new business opportunities in comparison to the slowing advanced economies, these emerging markets have marked their place for future economic prospects.

An important aspect of the economic development of these emerging markets is the effective management of business equity. Equity management skills can be broadly divided into four aspects:

  1. Identification and analysis of investment opportunities
  2. Understanding the value and structure of transactions
  3. Entering, managing and closing an investment portfolio successfully
  4. Structuring, organizing and raising funds for equity

These skills are interdisciplinary and the knowledge of how to best combine these skills is unique to the equity manager and exactly what you will learn from this conference.

Program Methodology

In this one-day conference, participants will be enlightened about the key skills to effectively manage the business equity in emerging markets in a way that is immediately applicable to their workplace. This conference is based upon multiple speeches each followed by a case study from key note international and local speakers. Each will address the audience in a knowledge enhancing and a practical way, followed by a group panel discussion and an interactive question-answers session among the speaker and the audience, where they can get their queries fully answered by the subject experts. These local panelists will apply the tips and techniques delivered by the international speaker in the local context for the better understanding and applicability of the shared concepts.

Organizations That Will Benefit

  • Banks
  • Private Equity & Hedge Funds
  • Financial Institutions
  • Pension Funds
  • Insurance Companies
  • Sovereign Wealth Funds
  • Law Firms
  • Accountancy Firms
  • PR Firms

Who Should Attend?

  • Junior Fund Members
  • PE Fund Managers
  • C-Level Executives
  • Fund Managers
  • Investment Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Business Unit Heads
  • Accountants
  • Bankers