FGV holds workshop about private equity, venture capital and investments in startups
On December 2, from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm, FGV Executive Education will hold a workshop in Sao Paulo about the private equity market, venture capital and investments in startups. The aim is to debate Brazil’s growth and development through investments in startups, innovation, venture capital and private equity. The event will take place in the FGV 9 de Julho Auditorium (Rua Itapeva, 432, Bela Vista, Sao Paulo).
The workshop will bring together investors, private equity and venture capital managers, companies interested in innovation, pension fund board members and executives, public policy makers, consultants, lawyers, startup founders and other people interested in the subject.
The event will be divided into four panel discussions: Limited Partnerships’ Investments in Venture Capital and Private Equity: Challenges and Opportunities; Private Equity Investments; Innovation, Venture Capital, Private Equity and the Revolution in Traditional Businesses; and Venture Capital and Investments in Startups.
Some major industry names will be participating, including the following: Eric Acher (partner in Monashees), Luís Ricardo Martins (president of ABRAPP), Luiz Chrysostomo (partner in NEO Investimentos and director of ANBIMA), Carlos Garcia (partner in Itajubá Investimentos), Alexandre Saigh (partner in Patria Investments), Cristiano Lauretti (partner in Kinea Private Equity), Mario Malta (partner in Advent International), Priscila Rodrigues (partner in Crescera Investimentos), Luiz Maia (partner in Brookfield), Anderson Thees (partner in Redpoint eventures), Frederico Pompeu (partner in BTG Pactual and head of BoostLab), Rafael Padilha (director of Bradesco Private Equity & Venture Capital), Cláudio V. Furtado (president of INPI), Fernando Wagner da Silva (partner in Crescera Investimentos), Izabel Gallera (partner in Canary), Laura Constantini (partner in Astella Investimentos), Pedro Oliveira (senior investment officer at Kaszek Ventures), and Maria Rita Spina Bueno (executive director of Anjos do Brasil).
The meeting will also feature the official launch of FGV’s MBA in Private Equity, Venture Capital and Startup Investment, which is now accepting applications for its first group. Classes will begin in March 2020.
For more information and to sign up, click here.