Date: 29 March 2018
Venue: Prince Philip House, London, SW1Y 5DG
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>> FREE TO ATTEND BREAKFAST BRIEFING <<
Often lambasted as being feckless, self-absorbed and overly-entitled, like it nor not, millennials are the future workforce and wealth source. How then should private equity’s operational leaders approach this seemingly challenging group? Talent management is widely seen as a top priority for the industry – but there is a growing sense that millennial employees and their demands could change the rules of private equity recruitment and firm culture for good. Private equity likes to think of itself as a people’s industry – is it ready for a generational renewal?
Want to be part of this game-changing debate?
We’ve been doing some extensive work with undergraduates to gauge their understanding of the private equity industry. To ensure a fair debate, we want to hear your views on private equity and the next generation. Share your views here, and we will then present our findings in a comparative case study at this breakfast briefing.
How to attend the briefing:
This breakfast briefing is free to attend for all members and trialists to The Drawdown. To attend the breakfast, simply register here, and we’ll add you to the Breakfast Briefing guestlist, plus set you up with a free trial to The Drawdown.
Discussion points include:
– How is private equity viewed by millennials?
– What do millennials want?
– What can private equity offer?
– How will millennials influence private equity?
|Moderator: Alice Murray, editor, The Drawdown|
|Dr Robyn Klinger-Vidra, lecturer in political economy, department of international development, Kings College London
Dr. Robyn Klingler-Vidra is a Lecturer in Political Economy in the Department of International Development at King’s College London. Robyn’s research focuses on innovation, economic growth, social impact assessment and development. She has led the World Economic Forum’s annual UK Executive Opinion Survey on global competitiveness since 2009 and has, since 2011, been Senior Programme Adviser for LSE Enterprise. Her book, The Venture Capital State: The Silicon Valley Model in East Asia, is published with Cornell University Press in 2018. She received her BA from the University of Michigan, was a visiting scholar at the National University of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and completed her MSc and PhD in International Political Economy in the International Relations Department at the London School of Economics & Political Science.
|Charles Daulon du Laurens, partner and global head of investor relations & marketing, Idinvest Partners
Charles Daulon du Laurens is Partner and Global Head of Investor Relations and Marketing. At Idinvest, Charles is in charge of raising capital, investor relations and marketing functions on a global basis, managing teams based in Europe and Asia.Charles joins from AXA IM- Real Assets, where he was Global Head of Client Capital Group and a member of the Executive Committee. In that role he had the global responsibility for the company’s third-party capital raising, client relationship management and client servicing, heading a team of 15 professionals across the US, Europe and Asia. Prior to joining AXA IM – Real Assets, Charles spent nine years in the capital markets divisions of major investment banks, including Morgan Stanley and UBS, where he served as Director, overseeing the distribution of structured credit products and solutions to institutional clients in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Charles holds a Master Degree (Public Affairs) from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (IEP Paris – Sciences Po), an MBA degree from ESSEC, and is a Lecturer in Finance at IEP Paris.
|Gonzague Boutry, director & member of millennial ComEx, Ardian
Gonzague Boutry joined Ardian in January 2012, as an Analyst within the Infrastructure team in Paris. Prior to joining Ardian, Gonzague completed a five-month internship within AXA France in the investment department. Gonzague is a member of Ardian’s “Millennial ComEx”, a shadow executive committee representing the company’s emerging talent.
|Millie Glennon, HR and operations manager, Bridges Fund Management
Millie is responsible for end to end Human Resources at Bridges. Prior to joining Bridges, Millie worked as a research assistant at Cambridge University and in Ireland at UCC. She has a BA in Geography and Archaeology and an MPhil in Geography from UCC and is an Associate member of the CIPD.
08:30 Registration & networking
09:10 Introduction by The Drawdown
09:15 Panel discussion
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