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FREE for in-house counsel / private equity funds Asia Private Equity Forum 2011 15 September 2011 – Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong Benefits of attending: • Learn the practical impact of regulation on transactions • How to get the best value for your exit in Asia • Which methods to use when finding valuable investments • How to make profit into and out of China • Discover tricks and tips when investing into India • How to maintain profitability on your Asian investments Sponsors To register, or for more information: Visit: www.iflr.com/AsiaPE2011 Call: +852 2842 6995 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IFLR Asia Private Equity Forum 2011 Thursday, September 15 • Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong Confidence in the Asian private equity market continues In the region, India and especially China are the popular to grow, but the main emphasis for many funds is destinations for investment. FDI regulations have securing a profitable exit on existing investments. Dual- changed in the former and RMB funds are becoming track deals are expensive, but are increasing in more established in the latter. popularity to help guarantee the best results. Similarly, This one-day IFLR forum will bring together industry funds are becoming more interested in increasing the experts from funds, companies, banks and law firms to profitability of ongoing investments by taking closer examine these and other issues through a series of control of management. panel discussions. Regulation remains an important subject for private equity houses. This year the main concerns are the EU Who should attend? Aifm Directive, Volcker seeding restrictions, the • Private equity houses implementation of Dodd-Frank, Shanghai’s Qualified • Hedge funds Foreign Limited Partner Rules, the FCPA and the UK • Asset managers • Sovereign wealth funds Bribery Act. It is essential that funds get to grip with the • Investment bankers practical impact of these regulations on their • Bankers’ counsel transactions. • Law firms The hotel: Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel 64 Mody Road Tsim Sha Tsui East Kowloon, Hong Kong T: (852) 2721 2111 http://www.shangri- la.com/en/property/hongkong/kowloonshangrila The award-winning Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong, known for its legendary warm and friendly hospitality, is conveniently situated in the Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping and entertainment district overlooking the world famous Victoria Harbour. All 688 guest rooms and suites, of this Kowloon hotel are amongst the most spacious in Hong Kong, offer the ultimate in luxurious comfort and feature a floor-to-ceiling bay window commanding breathtaking harbour views or exciting city vistas. Complementing the exemplary services of this luxury Hong Kong hotel are the state-of-the-art fitness facilities and a range of fine restaurants and bars enhanced by our warm and caring people. Thursday, September 15 8.45 Registration 13.20 Keynote address Regional regulatory lobbying Vincent Chan, CEO and co-founder, Spring Capital Asia, co-president, Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private 9.10 Chair’s opening remarks Equity Association Lucy McNulty, Asia editor, IFLR 13.35 Finding profit into and out of China • How to structure RMB funds onshore and 9.15 Post-financial crisis: the impact on funds comparisons to offshore structures • The best ways to structure funds for investment into • The commercial challenges of raising capital and China how to overcome them • Why foreign private equity in China has a changing • How the ILPA Principles have changed fund terms role • Tax structuring considerations • How the AML is raising new competition issues for • Regulatory developments: China, the US and Europe Chinese assets John Fadely, corporate partner, Weil Gotshal & • The latest practices for red-chip restructurings Manges Jonathan Zhou, partner, Fangda Partners William Hay, general counsel, Baring Private Equity Christopher Xing, partner, China tax, KPMG Asia John Gu, partner, KPMG 14.35 Discovering valuable investments 10.15 Coffee • Pre-IPOs: the deal implications of HKEx changing its attitude 10.30 Getting the best value for your exit • Stock exchanges and private equity investor rights • The return of auctions: how warrantee insurance and • Public-to-privates: getting better multiples by financial advisers are adding sophistication delisting from the US with a view to relisting in Asia • Choosing the best stock exchange for your IPO Christopher Kelly, partner, Linklaters • Why it may be wise to consider a dual-track deal Eric Solberg, CEO and co-founder, EXS Capital • How to maximise secondary buyouts Simon Weller, corporate partner, Freshfields 15.35 Coffee Bruckhaus Deringer Bill Wang, head of group listings, Asia company 15.55 How to maintain profitability on your secretary, Standard Chartered Bank investments Brian Tang, director and counsel, Credit Suisse • How to drive profitability through operational performance 11.30 Investing into India: tricks and tips • The importance of complying with FCPA and the UK Bribery Act and how foreign regulators are getting • How changes in FDI regulations impact your more vigilant portfolio • Utilising bolt-on M&A to grow your investee • Effective ways to comply with competition law, stamp companies law and company law Simon Cooke, partner, Clifford Chance • Considerations for dispute resolution Michael Openshaw, managing director, global • Key trends in Indian private equity investing special opportunities, JP Morgan Kirtee Kapoor, corporate partner and head of India Susannah Lindenfield, managing director and practice, Davis Polk counsel, Blackstone Group Rabindra Jhunjhunwala, partner, Khaitan & Co Lincoln Pan, senior deal executive, Advantage Narendra Rohira, partner, transaction tax, Ernst & Partners Young 16.55 Chair’s closing remarks 12.30 Lunch 17.00 Close of conference To register or for more information: Visit: www.iflr.com/AsiaPE2011 Call: +852 2842 6995 Email: email@example.com I would like to register for IFLR’s To Register IFLR Asia Private Equity Forum 2011 Online: www.iflr.com/AsiaPE2011 Thursday, September 15 • Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong 1|Register (Please tick one box): Tel: + 852 2842 6995 Booking fee Private practice / Consultants General in-house counsel / Professional services private equity funds Super early booking fee $995 FREE Fax: (before July 29, 2011) +44 (0) 20 7779 8279 Early booking fee $1095 FREE (before August 12, 2011) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Standard booking fee $1295 FREE (after August 12, 2011) Mail: 2|Your details for registration (Please print): Marina Fabri Name: Legal Media Group Nestor House Job title: Playhouse Yard Company: London EC4V 5EX Address: ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION: Postcode: Country: CANCELLATION POLICY: If you cannot attend you must cancel your registration in Tel: writing by 15 August 2011 to receive a refund less a 10% administration charge. 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