In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, central banks around the world have pumped trillions of dollars into the global economy to boost lending and encourage growth, leading to sharp increases in stock prices. From the trough of March 2008 until now, the S&P 500 index has risen by around 287%. Many strategists now describe this as an "Epic" bubble that has just gotten bigger and bigger.
What is it going to take for the bubble to burst, and, if it does burst, what are the implications of a sharp decline in corporate valuations on Private Equity investors?
Will this cause a new influx of Private Equity capital to buy up distressed assets? What are the implications on monetizing existing portfolio investments? Which sectors are most interesting to Private Equity investors in the wake of a sharp decline in corporate valuations?
Please join TMA SoCal for its 2018 Private Equity Panel and hear Private Equity decision-makers discuss their observations on the current market environment.
Panelists will include: Nathan Cook, Senior Managing Director, Ernst & Young (moderator) Jason Brown, Partner, Victory Park Capital Advisors Joseph Conte, Managing Director, Lazard Middle Market David Nemecek, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis Russell Parks, Managing Director, Guggenheim Partners Josh Phillips, Managing Partner, TerraMar Capital LLC
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