The Alternative Credit Council (ACC) held its Global Virtual Summit 2021 on 20 & 21 April. The performance of private credit during the past twelve months has offered a robust response to those who questioned how it would weather a downturn. The Summit explored the key challenges and opportunities for private credit and whether its resilience will withstand these tests throughout 2021. We has convened LPs, GPs and industry specialists representing the full breadth of the asset class to discuss the key questions that will determine the success of the asset class through the current crisis.
The audience included private credit managers, investors, service providers and regulators.
The ACC Global Virtual Summit 2021 took place over two days at times that enabled the participation of a global audience and faciliated on-demand viewing.
If you missed it, click here to watch the playbacks of all the sessions.
Agenda & Speakers
Dates: Tuesday 20 April - Wednesday 21 April
Time: 1:00pm - 5:30pm BST* / 8:00am - 12:30pm EDT. On-demand viewing will be available for registrants who cannot join live.
The agenda is subject to change. Times are listed in BST.
Day 1: 20 April
The blurring of par lending, stressed, special situations, bridge financing and distressed debt opportunities means there is greater demand for a flexible approach to investing. How can private credit managers and investors build fund structures that maximise flexibility, while guarding against scope creep and inefficiency?
This session will explore how market participants are tackling operational challenges associated with ESG integration such as accommodating divergent disclosure and reporting processes; assessing ESG service providers and communicating with their investors.
4.40pm I Panel 3 - Investor views: Private credit as a recession-proof asset class - too early to call?
Day 2: 21 April
There will be a number of key focus topics that will be available for delegates to view on-demand.
This session will explore the range of Luxembourg structuring solutions offered to private debt fund sponsors. The key legal, regulatory and tax structuring considerations will be illustrated by looking at two case studies. The session will end with a forward-looking view on potential changes in regulation which may impact the private debt fund industry.
To register, please email [email protected]
- AIMA members - complimentary
- Investors* - complimentary
- Non-members - £150 + VAT
*AIMA defines an institutional investor as an entity which pools money to purchase securities, investments assets, including alternative investments. They include pension plans (both private and public), sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and single-family offices with greater than USD$1bn of assets. This description does NOT include fund of funds or multi-manager platforms, private bank businesses, REITs, multi-family offices or consultants
Are you interested in sponsoring the ACC Global Virtual Summit 2021?
There are a number of packages available including speaking opportunities and global branding to help raise your profile among industry peers. To discuss sponsorship opportunities for 2021, please contact Dawn Angley, Head of Events - [email protected]
ACC Global Virtual Summit 2020
The Alternative Credit Council (ACC), an affiliate of AIMA, was pleased to host the first Global Virtual Summit on 9 & 10 June 2020.
With private credit now encountering its first major test, the ACC Global Virtual Summit convened asset managers, asset owners and industry specialists to discuss the impact of the market crisis and forecast the future of private credit as an asset class. The ACC Global Virtual Summit took place over two days at times that enabled the participation of an international audience across multiple time zones.
Click the image to watch the playbacks from the Global Virtual Summit 2020.