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For Middle-Market Private Equity
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Private Equity Investing
In Financial Services Companies
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Mitchell L. Hollin, Partner
LLR Partners Inc.
Featuring 20 Expert Speakers Including --
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Designed to Meet the Needs of GPs, LPs, & Managers of Buyout, Growth Equity, Mezzanine & Lending Funds, as Well as Independent Sponsors, Operating Partners, Portfolio Company Managers, and the Bankers, Lawyers, Accountants,
& Other Advisors Who Support Them
Over the past year, the financial services sector has generated more and more middle-market private equity investment opportunities -- ranging from mortgage technology to payment processing to unbanked consumers.
There’s also the fact that more credit is available than last year at this time. Some business models written off for dead are bouncing back -- such as subprime auto financing -- as lenders are adjusting their credit quality criteria in a new willingness to make loans.
Recent representative middle-market activity includes LLR Partners’ investment in capital markets technology provider Lightspeed Financial, Parthenon Capital Partners’ acquisition of financial planning firm H. D. Vest Financial Services and TPG Growth’s acquisition of AGS Transact, a third-party ATM systems provider.
The financial services sector is far broader than just specialty finance and community banking, and the potential rewards can be highly appealing.
That’s why you’ll have more to learn than ever before at The Capital Roundtable’s Fifth Annual Financial Services Conference on Wednesday, November 2, in New York.
Featuring all-NEW content, this conference is going to take a comprehensive look
at today’s demands by both commercial businesses and consumers for financial
Whether you’re considering investments for 2012, or looking for growth strategies
for financial services companies in your current portfolio, make plans now to join
us for --
Private Equity Investing
In Financial Services Companies --
Beyond the Banks & Specialty Finance
Plus when you sign up now for this conference, you can keep money in your own pocket with our special Early Bird Discount -- a generous savings of $400!
LLR Partners’ Mitchell Hollin & 20 Other Experts
Provide 360 Degrees of Perspective
To help us assure timely, all-NEW content for this encore conference on Wednesday, November 2, in New York, we’re delighted to welcome as our chair for this event Mitchell L. Hollin of LLR Partners in Philadelphia -- one of the private equity industry’s most successful financial services investors.
Mitchell has more than 20 years of private equity investment experience. He joined LLR Partners in 2000. He began his private equity career at Apax Partners, and previously co-founded Advanta Partners.
Currently, he is the lead director for Heartland Payment Systems (NYSE: HPY), Chairman of Fleet One, and serves on the boards of Lightspeed Financial and Healthcare Finance Group. Mitchell holds an MBA and a BS from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated with honors.
Joining Mitchell will be a team of 20 panelists who bring substantial experience with financial services deals to the dais. You’ll hear from GPs, portfolio company operating executives, investment bankers, lenders, consultants, and more -- helping you discover sound approaches for new investments and growth strategies for your portfolio company holdings.
And from a competitive standpoint, you have a wider window of opportunity. With so many sub-segments, each with fairly high complexities, there’s a barrier of entry to financial services that works to your advantage. There is very little overpopulation, so choosing a niche and focusing on it smartly can bring you a very appealing place in which to play.
What’s more, you’ll hear how some PE firms that tried to become big players in financial services got burned in recent years, leaving a void for a new wave of firms who are playing things differently through inevitable up and down cycles.
A Must-Attend Day For Everyone Wanting To Be More Knowledgeable
At this conference, we’ll look at how the federal credit and regulatory climates are going to impact middle-market investing and portfolio companies over the coming two years. We’ll bring you up-to-date about the requirements unfolding from Dodd-Frank, as well as the likely effect of the Durbin Amendment on financial services products.
We’ll be digging into such areas as mortgage technology, where dislocation of the wholesale mortgage market has provided real opportunities for new emerging players in the residential sector and new systems providers who are changing the landscape.
We’ll explore the growth of the underbanked consumer segment, serving the population segment that doesn’t have bank accounts -- whether by lack of assets or lack of confidence. These consumers have fueled growth in prepaid cards, international remittance services, and other businesses.
In addition, we’ll look at how capital markets technology is permanently altering the trading universe, affecting traditional equity, options and commodity exchanges. Plus we’ll also cover the next great frontier, mobile payments, as it moves from a venture capital play into the private equity arena.
Register now for candid answers to the questions on every financial services investor’s mind --
Not Only Exceptional Content, But Also Exceptional Networking.
Year after year, this financial services conference is highly popular and seats quickly fill up. So we encourage you to make your plans and reserve your seat now, to avoid potential disappointment if you wait too long.
And remember, this conference is your best connection to financial services movers and shakers. We’ve built ample time into the agenda, including session breaks and an open lunch, where you can meet fellow attendees and featured speakers to exchange ideas and business cards.
You should attend this conference if you are a --
Remember, register with our Early Bird Discount by September 23, 2011, and you’ll
save $400 off our standard fee! Please make your reservation now so you’re not
disappointed. We’ll be looking forward to greeting you.
For more information, please feel free to contact Shaina Mardinly at 212-832-7333 ext. 0 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This conference is being produced by The Capital Roundtable, America’s leading conference organization focusing on “need-to-know” information for professionals in the middle-market private equity community. For more information about The Capital Roundtable’s 30 annual MasterClasses and other events and programs, please visit www.capitalroundtable.com.
The Capital Roundtable thanks Raymond James & Associates Inc. for sponsoring this outstanding event. It’s due in great part to their collaboration and support that we have the resources to make this event so worthwhile for you.
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If the program is oversubscribed, we will notify you immediately and not charge your credit card. (If you need to cancel, please do so by Wednesday, October 26 at 5:00pm, and we will credit you for a future MasterClass.)
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