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According to the January 28, 2012 issue of The Economist, private equity is under attack for destroying jobs and under-delivering on returns.  Is it true? Have private equity returns peaked? Can private equity firms deliver the double-digit returns it promises to investors?  Keynote speaker, David Rubenstein, co-founder and Manager Director of The Carlyle Group will give his insights on whether private equity is still a viable asset class in today’s “low-leverage” world; and the rise of the activist investor.

Joining David, other panelists will discuss where and how are leading Canadian Pension Plans investing in private equity; what’s in store for the Canadian Private Equity industry and; the rise of the activist investor.

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Date Apr 10 - Mar 14, 2012
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