The LP perspective on continuation funds: are LPs getting backed into a corner?

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The LP perspective on continuation funds: are LPs getting backed into a corner?

The LP perspective on continuation funds: are LPs getting backed into a corner?

About the speakers
  • Joined 2006, 16 years of private equity experience. Petra is a Partner in Pantheon’s Global Secondaries Team where she is involved in all aspects of secondary investments including the analysis, evaluation and completion of secondary transactions. She is a member of the Global Secondary Investment Committee and has been a member of the secondary team since joining Pantheon in 2006. Prior to joining Pantheon, Petra was an investment banking analyst at Lehman Brothers focusing on M&A and other corporate finance mandates. Petra holds an MS in Finance from the University of Utah and is a CFA Charterholder. Petra is based in London.
  • Marc der Kinderen
    Marc der Kinderen
    Managing Partner at 747 Capital
    Marc is the co-founder and Managing Partner of 747 Capital. He is a member of the investment committee and is actively involved in portfolio management, due diligence, and manager selection. In addition, Marc oversees European business development efforts and serves as the Firm’s Chief Compliance Officer and serves on the advisory boards of various underlying portfolio funds. Marc started his career in 1990 as a Marketing Analyst with HomeBanc, a Savings and Loan in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to co-founding 747 Capital, Marc was co-founder and general partner of Triad Media Ventures, a $50 million venture capital fund. From 1994 until 2000, Marc was the Executive Vice President of Greenfield Capital Partners Inc, the U.S.-based subsidiary of a Dutch private equity firm that specialized in making fund investments in the U.S. From 1992 to 1994, he was a private equity analyst at Noro Nederland B.V. (the Noro Group of Companies), a fund management group in the Netherlands. Marc holds a B.A. from the European University (Antwerp, Belgium) and an M.B.A. from Nyenrode University (Breukelen, the Netherlands).
  • Dana Haimoff
    Dana Haimoff
    Managing Director, Portfolio Manager at J.P Morgan Asset Management
    Ms. Haimoff has over 30 years of private equity investment and advisory experience. She joined the Private Equity Group of JP Morgan Asset Management in May 2002 and is based in London. Dana is a Senior Portfolio Manager, leading private equity investments including fund commitments, co-investments and secondary opportunities on behalf of institutional clients. Dana is a director on the board of JPMorgan Asset Management International Ltd and JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd and is responsible for the firm’s EMEA Alternatives as its Senior Manager Regime. Prior to JP Morgan, Dana spent seven years at Merrill Lynch’s investment bank in the Private Equity Placement Group. She is the co-Founder of Level20, a leading European organization set up to encourage women to succeed in the private equity industry. She is also a member of the British Venture Capital Association’s Limited Partner Committee. Dana attended Skidmore College and received her MBA from Columbia University.
  • Christina	Pamberg
    Christina Pamberg
    Managing Partner at Alcyon Holding
    Christina Pamberg is a Managing Partner of Alcyon Holding, a Swiss family investment company, and oversees private equity and other investments in the alternative space. Before Alcyon, Christina was with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) in London and also worked at fund-of-funds manager HarbourVest Partners, focusing on primary, secondary and direct co-investments, lastly serving as a Vice President in HarbourVest’s secondary investment group. Prior to that that, she was an equity analyst at Salomon Smith Barney in London. Christina is on the Board of Invest Europe and sits on its LP Council. She also serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of the INSEAD Global Private Equity Initiative (“GPEI”). In addition, she is a co-founder of Level20, a not-for-profit organisation set up to inspire women to join and succeed in the private equity industry. Christina is Chairwoman of SIX-listed Banque Cantonale du Jura and Board Member of Deutsche Bank (Suisse) SA, where she is Vice-Chair of the Audit Committee. Furthermore, she sits on the Boards of Banque Mirabaud and Mirabaud Asset Management. She holds a B.A. from Amherst College and an M.B.A. from INSEAD.

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