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INDIA LIMITED
PARTNERS
SUMMIT 2019

Feb 14, 2019 | ITC Grand Central, Mumbai

#LPMeet2019

Fast & steady – The India Story

Join the discussion with industry stakeholders and the world’s most influential limited partners
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News Corp VCCircle presents India Limited Partner Summit 2019
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Introduction

News Corp VCCircle India Limited Partners Summit 2019:
Fast & steady – The India Story

The rise of radical nationalism, trade war, protectionism, and volatile markets are some of the issues keeping global investors on the tenterhooks and even as large economies such as Japan, the US and parts of EU have shown an uptick in growth, the overall global sentiment remains guarded. India, meanwhile, continues to shine on the global stage with its economy growing the fastest in the world.

India continues to hold investor interest mainly on account of its storied large and growing consumer market, consistent economic growth and structural reforms that have been hailed globally by industry leaders and institutions alike. Moody’s, for instance, this year upgraded India’s sovereign rating to Baa2 after 14 years and India jumped 30 places in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Ranking.

The alternative investment ecosystem, too, is maturing in India.

For instance, maximum number of buyouts and control deals were struck this year while the number of secondary deals also spiked. The rise in the number of exits, the opportunities in bank loans gone bad, infrastructure, renewable energy, tech-backed enterprises are all extremely compelling stories emerging from India. To be sure, there are challenges such as volatile markets, depreciating rupee and the anxiety with regards to the forthcoming general elections. Investors, however, are kicked about the long-term opportunities here.

India LP Summit will bring together leading global LPs, GPs, entrepreneurs, investment bankers and other leaders from the ecosystem to delve deep into the macro and micro opportunities and challenges in the Indian market.

Agenda

Thu, Feb 14


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9:30am – 09:40am

Opening address by: Jaideep Mehta, CEO, NewsCorp Mosaic Digital


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09:40am – 10:00am

Keynote Address


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On one hand, India’s fast-growing economy, large consumer market, and economic reforms make for a compelling investment story. On the other hand, the immediate volatility in the market, the sliding rupee and most of all, the impending general elections beg slight caution. Do short-term blips bother investors? Could the election results trigger a change in investment outlook?

10:00am – 10:40am

Long-term opportunities, short-term challenges


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Buyouts-cum-control deals took off in 2018 and how. Leading PE firms such as KKR, Apax Partners, ChrysCapital, True North, General Atlantic, Kedaara, Samara among several others struck control deals exceeding $3 billion across sectors this year, thus, marking a definitive trend. Are buyouts and controls deals here to stay?

10:40am – 11:20am

Spotting deal trends




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11:20am – 11:40am

Networking Break


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India-focussed funds, regional funds, funds-of-funds, co-investing, direct investments –LPs are using multiple channels to maximize their exposure and hedge risks of investing in a diverse market like India. Also, they are working with both multi-faceted fund houses as well as the specialist funds. Diving deep into LPs’ India strategy, and understanding their relationship with local fund managers.

11:40am – 12:00pm

LPs get creative


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Chinese companies such as Alibaba and Tencent and Japan’s Softbank are pumping in billions of dollars in India at various stages of growth. Do GPs see this as a transgression into their territory? Are their investments a missed opportunity for PE or even late stage VC firms?

12:00pm – 12:15pm

Battling China and Japan in India


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Evaluating the resolution process. What has worked and what is not working?

12:15pm – 12:45pm

De-stressing stressed assets




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Rupee capital pools have begun to gain momentum in the market with veterans such as former Infosys founders Kris Gopalakrishnan and Mohandas Pai advocating the building and launch of a large fund ala Softbank-led Vision Fund. Even as efforts in that direction have been underwhelming, hordes of small and mid-sized family offices and high net worth individuals are warming to the idea of alternative investments. What will it take to build this segment into a dependable faction?

12:45pm – 01:15pm

The rise of local Investors


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01:15pm – 02:15pm

Networking Lunch


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Fund managers jumping old ship and venturing out on their own is not a new trend but it definitely became a phenomenon in 2018. What’s the lure for managers branching out on their own? What are the risks and rewards of being on their own? How do LPs choose between their relationship with an old fund and a new fund with an old manager?

02:15pm – 02:50pm

New adults on the block


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Outside of IPOs, the secondary route as well as strategic sales, too, have opened up as exit options for investors. Tiger Global, Accel Partners, TPG, Apax Partners are few examples of VC and PE firms who made big bucks exiting through secondary sales. Sliding rupee may mar dollar returns in the short term but overall, exits have become easier now. Do investors agree?

02:50pm – 03:30pm

Exit, no problem




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Even as the real estate market remained subdued, there was a lot of action among builders and investors thanks to government initiatives such as affordable housing. What will it take to stage a rebound in the sector? What kind of opportunities PE investors are chasing?

03:30pm – 04:10pm

Private Equity in Real Estate


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Dry powder exceeding $20 billion had built up in the market by the middle of 2018. While it indicates optimism among investors about opportunities in India, it also reflects caution at their end. What is holding back this money from flowing into Indian ventures?

04:10pm – 04:40pm

Rising dry powder




Speakers


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Chairman & MD

SIDBI

Mohammad Mustafa


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Regional Manager, South Asia

Proparco – Groupe Agence Francaise de Developpement

Phillippe Serress


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Partner

NewQuest, Hong Kong

Amit Gupta


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Executive Director & Head Emerging Markets

Morgan Stanley AIP

Vikram Raju



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Head, Private Equity

Aberdeen Standard Investments, UK

Haresh Vazirani


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Director, Emerging Markets

Triodos Investment Management

Dirk Elsen


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Partner

Evolvence India Fund

Sagar Agarwal


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Asia Director

Capria Ventures

Amar Odedra


Sponsors


Presenting Partner

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Invitation to Evening Awards : Yes
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Cancellation Policy:
There is no cash refund in case you cancel the registration from your end. We will issue a credit note for an equivalent amount which you can adjust/utilise against any of our future events (under the validity period) if the registration is cancelled at least 3 days before the event, post which NO credit note will be issued.

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How was it last year?

Check out the gallery from our conference held in 2018 in Mumbai.


“We reach a point where we need to show the numbers… If you don’t see returns, it is going to be tough.”

Michael Liu, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Advisors


India continues to present a long-term potential for large companies to be built.
However, it always takes time. The gestation period is relatively long;
so investors need to be very patient.”

Chris Loh, Partner, Axiom Asia


Make sure that your fund concept is right, your bar is really high and your entrepreneur
is a guy who passes all the tests that you set. Most importantly it is the
markets which are going to help you give great exits.”

Sandeep Singhal, Co-founder & Managing Director, WestBridge Advisors Pvt Ltd


“Indian investors are yet to get comfortable with the 10-year fund cycles. It will evolve but, in the next three to five years,
I don’t see a lot of domestic capital coming into a typical PE fund structure.”

Vishal Tulsyan, CEO and MD, Motilal Oswal Private Equity

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