Speaker: Rainer Bätz und Philipp Merländer, Deloitte & Touche
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Speaker: Michael Sommer, Bank im Bistum Essen Claudia Knobloch, Emergia Institute
After microfinance pioneer Prof. Muhammad Yunus was awarded with the Nobel Peace Price in 2006 in the eyes of the public providing microcredits has become a serious mean to fight poverty around the globe. But how does microfinance work? How does the money get from investors to debtors? And how to assess the financial solvency of a debtor? This workshop will give answers to these questions. The participants will get an understanding of the positive impact of microfinance.
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Speaker: Gerd Henning Beck, Portfolio Manager bei Lupus alpha
Gerd Henning Beck has been Portfolio Manager at the Lupus alpha Talent-Hotel since 2006 and is responsible for the Lupus alpha Commodity Opportunities Fund. After starting his carreer with BHF Bank in Frankfurt am Main he changed to BayernLB in 1997 as a Senior Trader, taking over the position of the Head of European Equity Proprietary Trading. Afterwards he lead Equity Derivatives Trading at the BayernLB headquarters. From 2004 to 2005 he worked for WestLB International SA Luxembourg as Senior Proprietary Trader Capital Markets. 2005 was the year he decided to become a freelance trader in commodities.
Speaker: Peter-Thilo Hasler, Viscardi AG
Speaker: Jan Graf von Bassewitz, Managing Director, Sal. Oppenheim Private Equity Partners GmbH
Sal. Oppenheim Private Equity Partners GmbH is one of the largest private equity fund of funds managers worldwide with almost €5 billion assets under management. Jan Graf von Bassewitz, Managing Director, will speak about the private equity secondary market, high-volume secondary market transactions and the most recent developments regarding market supply and market players. Also, the pricing of such transactions will be explained using a real-life example.