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2016

An Inside Look into Private Equity and How to Become an Insider


Are you thinking about getting into private equity, but not sure how to make the transition? Are you currently in private equity, and just curious to meet more peers and learn what others in the market are seeing? Or are you just a curious person seeking to find out what private equity is, and learn more about how it works?

 

If you said “sure” to any of these questions, or have your own burning questions to ask, please join us as four esteemed Kellogg alumni in private equity share their advice, experiences, and opinions across a broad array of private equity topics. Hopefully everyone will learn something interesting and come away with a couple new private equity connections along the way!

 

Thursday, May 19th

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Sterling Partners

401 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 3300, Chicago

Tickets are $35.00

Register HERE

Capacity for this event is limited to 40 people

 

Moderator

Brandon Hinkle '09, Chicago Capital Partners

 

Panelists

Mike Wallach '06, Levy Family Partners

Mike Teplitsky '08, Wynnchurch Capital

Kim Vender Moffat '06, Sterling Partners

Jon Gaunt '10, Keypath, a Sterling Partners portfolio company

The Ethical & Behavioral Issues of Pricing with Prof. David Austen-Smith

Do you ever miss the great case study discussions you used to have in class? Do you sometimes find yourself wishing that you could talk through knotty problems with others the way you did at Kellogg? Well, now you can do so again – and here’s the thing – you won’t have to read a 40 page case study!

 

Professor David Austen-Smith, the Peter G. Peterson Professor of Corporate Ethics has graciously agreed use a new format for a KACC event to discuss the ethics of pricing. Using fact situations from recent controversial pricing decisions ranging from Turing Pharmaceuticals dramatic price increases to Amazon’s charging different prices for the same product, Professor Austin-Smith will use several mini case studies to help audience members explore the impact of pricing and price discrimination on customers and the public.

 

Tuesday, April 26th

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Wieboldt Hall

340 E. Superior, Chicago

Tickets are $25

Register HERE

Due to the nature of the event, space is limited to 40 people

 

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