SPEAKER: Mr. Bruno Roy, McKinsey & Company
The value of private equity deals has been growing at a compound annual rate of 40% over the past 6 years, and new McKinsey research indicates the market, including private sector and state-owned enterprise deals, could reach well over 200 billion renminbi by 2015. Yet, while the sector is awash in capital, quality deals are getting harder to source, and competition is getting fierce. The rise of Chinese private equity firms is posing a new challenge to the foreign incumbents that have traditionally dominated the sector. Join Bruno Roy, Managing Partner of McKinsey’s Beijing office, as he shares McKinsey’s latest research and insights into China’s private equity sector.
DATE: Wednesday, June 23
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 长江商学院
Oriental Plaza, 20th floor, Tower E2, room 7
1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing 100738, China
Tel: 010-85188552 (website)
中国北京市东长安街 1 号东方广场东 2 座 20 层, 7
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Mr. Bruno Roy is the Managing Partner of McKinsey & Company’s Beijing office. He heads McKinsey’s Principal Investors Practice in China, and advises some of the world’s largest private equity, pension and sovereign wealth funds on investment and strategic issues. Prior to joining McKinsey in 1999, Bruno worked for Schroders in London and AXA in Canada.