Skip to content

It looks like we may have content for your preferred language. Would you like to view this page in English?

Argyle Executive Forum 2010 Leadership in the Private Capital Markets

Loeb & Loeb is proud to sponsor the Argyle Executive Forum 2010 Leadership in the Private Capital Markets conference, where partner Stan Johnson will be on a panel titled, "A Look at Financial Reform in 2011."

From the conference website:

The outlook for private equity has cleared but is far from settled. Predictions are mixed for the revival of the deal-environment, the effects of Washington are still uncertain, and private equity’s relationship with banks is strained. This event will convene the leading industry deal-makers to discuss their outlook on the private equity environment for the next 12 months.

Selected Agenda

9:35am – 10:15am - A Look at Financial Reform in 2011

Session topics include, but are not limited to:

  • In light of impending changes to capital gains tax, what are best practices for making the most of capital before January 1st?
  • Thoughts on the effect of tax changes for economic growth in 2011.
  • What consequences following tax changes do you see for divestiture activity, as well as rules about how companies operate?
  • A look at the European AIFM Directive and its effects on funding.
  • Effects of Dodd Frank on PE funds. Especially in regards to requiring manager registration with the SEC, and investments from banking institutions.
  • Discussion of greater compliance culture going forward. How necessary is it to have an in-house compliance office at a PE fund?
  • Have financial reforms mistakenly conflated PE and Hedge, and thus had a more detrimental effect on PE?

 

Panelists:
Stan Johnson - Loeb & Loeb LLP
Michael Pastore - GE Asset Management Incorporated
Evert H. Vink - AlpInvest Partners, Inc

*This session is off the record