The Indian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (IVCA) is pleased to announce that its flagship, 4th Annual Conclave, will be convened on 3rd - 5th March , 2016 in New Delhi.
The reforms ushered in by the new government in Delhi will be analyzed in-depth, from a forward-looking perspective by experts during the Conclave. Their impact on private equity and venture capital in India will also be discussed. Other interesting topics of direct relevance to Indian investing strategies will be announced, and will include the environment for exits and new investment opportunities. The insights gained will assist LP's & GP's in crafting their exposure strategies for the coming years.
The Conclave will be an opportunity to meet, network and share insights with existing and new players in the Indian private equity eco-system.
We are expecting senior leaders of the new government and chairmen of relevant regulatory bodies to speak at the event. Previous years' conclaves have included speeches by senior policy makers, including the Indian Minister of Finance, the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, the Chairman of the Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and private equity firms, venture capital firms and service
Indian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (IVCA) is a member-based national organization that promotes these risk assets within India and throughout the world, encouraging investment in high growth companies.
IVCA members comprise of VC and PE firms, institutional investors, banks, incubators, angel groups, corporate advisors, accountants, lawyers, government bodies, academic institutions and service providers in the industry. A majority of the members consist of general partners and include active VC and PE funds in India, and nearly 90% of the total assets under management in India. The funds provide capital for seed ventures, early stage companies, later stage expansion, and growth finance for management buyouts and buy-ins of established companies.
IVCA undertook a new constitution in 2010, and a new democratically elected Executive Committee, a working group of Indian fund managers presides over all industry matters. The body connects corporates, service providers and policymakers – and its membership numbers have grown at an excellent pace