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Raising Private Capital in a COVID-19 World: Outlook for PE and VC

This master class will provide an overview of how the Private Equity and Venture Capital funding are impacted by Covid-19, which the investment sector is more likely to experience more outflows and what we can learn from the SARS outbreak back in 2002 on the Asian private market funding.
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Raising Private Capital in a COVID-19 World: Outlook for PE and VC

Time & Location

08 jul. 2020 16:00 GMT+8
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About the Event

On 8 July, IE University organizes in collaboration with the Spanish Chambers of Commerce network in Asia, an online seminar inviting Paolo Giancane, who teaches executive programs for IE School of Architecture and is responsible for a course on blockchain and cryptocurrencies at IE University in Madrid.  

Raising Private Capital in a COVID-19 World: Outlook for PE and VC  

Even before the global health emergency was declared in late January, private equity funding had started to cool and investors were already losing their appetite for money-losing companies.   Then, the global outbreak shocked the world leaving investors trying to analyze the short- and long-term impacts across industries and the capital markets. All these issues relate to investment decision making, assessments of market movements, and the viability of market sectors.   

This master class will provide an overview of how the Private Equity and Venture Capital funding are impacted by Covid-19, which the investment sector is more likely to experience more outflows and what we can learn from the SARS outbreak back in 2002 on the Asian private market funding.   Moreover, the lecture intends to offer insights on how investment professionals are all trying to predict the lasting effects of the crisis on markets and economies, and eventually on portfolio allocations.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2020 Place: Zoom Online Webinar Time: 16:00 – 17:00 Language: English Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 8 July, 12:00pm

Registration is Closed

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