SuperReturn Asia took place in Singapore this year, on 19 - 22 September 2022, bringing together the leading LPs and GPs to network and discuss the latest developments in Asian private markets.
The event brought together 1,000+ senior decision-makers from 40+ countries worldwide. 400+ LPs shared perspectives with like-minded professionals in roundtable discussions, engaged conversations, networking receptions and lunches, and more!
Andrea Auerbach on top considerations for LPs when capital raising in 2022
Enjoy this interview with Andrea Auerbach, Partner & Global Head of Private Investments at Cambridge Associates, where she discusses what the top considerations for LPs when it comes to capital raising, her views on the compressed length between fundraising cycles and the similarities between what is happening now and the Global Financial Crisis of 2008.
Henry Lin on the demand for greater transparency between GPs and LPs
Henry Lin, Founder and CEO at Linnovate Partners, explores the steps GPs have taken to address the demand for greater transparency, how the push for more transparency by US regulators has affected the industry in Asia and the role of technology.
Hugh Stacey on reporting requirements and the challenges they present for LPs
Hugh Stacey, Executive Director at IQ-EQ Investor Solutions, stopped by the SuperReturn media desk for an insightful conversation on how reporting requirements have changed, the challenges this poses to LPs and what changes could be seen in the future.
Sarah Farrell on how private markets will manage the coming downturn
In this interview, Sarah Farrell, Managing Principal - Private Equity Group at Allstate Investments, examines how the industry will prove its resilience with the continuing rise in inflation rates and what the best way to value investments and determine what illiquidity discounts can be made when it comes to private markets.
Hans-Jörg Baumann on the outlook for private credit for 2023
Hans-Jörg Baumann, Director, Chairman Private Debt at StepStone Group, stopped by the SuperReturn media desk for an insightful conversation on the outlook of private credit for 2023, where Asia fits in and whether investors are looking at generalist or specialised managers.
Norberto Jannuzzi on buy and build strategies to drive returns
Norberto Jannuzzi, Partner & Head of Healthcare Investments at Patria Investments, deep dives into what types of buy and build strategies he looks for when it comes to healthcare, what the main factors are that drive returns and what the target exit strategies are that will help to crystalise those returns.
Anna Xu on the progression towards carbon zero
Anna Xu, Founding Partner at Hike Capital, stopped by the SuperReturn media desk for an insightful conversation on the challenges companies are facing with the progression towards carbon zero, the solutions to these challenges and the opportunities presented to GPs by a zero carbon future.
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