An evening with Guy Fraser Sampson
April 4, 2011: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
The Chicago Booth European Private Equity and Entrepreneurship Roundtable is pleased to invite you to an evening with Guy Fraser Sampson.
Guy has just released his latest book " Alternative Assets: Investments for a Post-Crisis World".
This private informal event should be a good occasion to ask Guy some questions and hear his perspective about recent developments in the private equity and alternative investment sectors.
Registrations at 6:30 for a start at 7:00 followed by informal drinks.
Books will be available at a discounted rates which you can also pre-order at the time of the registration.
Chicago Booth Europe Campus
25 Basinghall Street
London EC2V 5HA, United Kingdom
Booth Students £10.00
Booth Alumni £15.00
General Public £20.00
Pre-order Guy Fraser-Sampson latest book "Alternative Assets: investments for a post-crisis world" (RRP £34.99) £24.00
6:30 PM-7:00 PM: Registration
7:00 PM-8:00 PM: Program and Q&A
8:00 PM-9:00 PM: Networking reception
Guy Fraser Sampson (Speaker)
Guy is acknowledged as one of the world’s leading experts on private equity, and has been one of the most prominent supporters of European venture capital over the years. He is the author of several books including “Private Equity as an asset class” which was in the Amazon best-seller lists for over 75 consecutive weeks. He is also a regular writer of articles and academic papers and a high profile speaker at many conferences.
Guy also teaches at Cass Business School and also carries out high level training and consultancy programmes for investment organisations and government bodies around the world. He previously set up and ran for several years the international operations of Horsley Bridge. He has also spent time in the Middle East as an Investment Controller with the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, the world’s biggest investor.
Marc Nahum, MBA '90
Other InformationA donation corresponding to 20% of this event's tickets revenues will be given to the Red Cross' appeal for the Japanese tragedy.