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Carolyn C. Galiette
President & Chief Investment Officer
Thursday, March 22, 2018
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
Winston & Strawn LLP
Zook Dinon PA
INSIGHTS FROM 20 EXPERT SPEAKERS!
Christopher G. Aroh, CohnReznick LLP
Jonathan R. Collett, CohnReznick LLP
K. Rodger Davis, Northcreek Mezzanine Fund
David J. DiPaolo, Star Mountain Capital, LLC
Atif U. Gilani, Renovus Capital Partners
Steven K. Gord, Boathouse Capital
Thomas W. Gorman, Seacoast Capital
Susan M. Haggerty, Zook Dinon PA
Nathaniel T. Kirk, Everside Capital Partners LLC
Olga A. Loy, Winston & Strawn LLP
Cully L. Olmanson, GMB Mezzanine Capital LP
Andrew Panzo, NewSpring Capital
Alan B. Roth, Winston & Strawn LLP
Peter E. Rothschild, RF Investment Partners LLC
Andrew D. Shackelford, LaSalle Capital
Robert M. Stewart, Spring Capital Partners LP
Daniel Yardley, Patriot Capital LP
The administration in Washington promised to help small companies, and to go to bat to create new jobs. Working with SBIC funds seems like an obvious great place to start.
Indeed, there are some promising signs. For instance, a bill from Florida Senator Marco Rubio proposes to expand SBIC funding to more states, and rules regarding SBIC passive investments have been relaxed.
On the other hand, there’s also evidence that bureaucratic red tape remains an issue. Licensing of SBIC funds is down 40 percent in the past year from what managers felt was already a slow approval pace.
While experienced fund managers are navigating this challenge relatively well, some newer firms may be hesitating, wondering whether or not to go through the time and expense of the arduous licensing process at all.
And some limited partners may be questioning whether SBIC funds can still meet their timeframes for putting capital to work.
Here Are Three Key Reasons Why You Should Join Us
The red tape that SBIC funds face is substantial, and it’s only increased over the past year.
For example, Michael Painter of Plexus Capital said in recent Congressional testimony that the SBIC program lacks digitized, standardized documents accessible via data rooms, slowing SBIC funds down as the rest of the world increasingly goes online.
Still, there are powerful arguments to be made in favor of SBIC funds. The leverage available from the government is an advantage and may become even more so in the event of an economic slowdown.
And you can’t argue with the success of SBIC funds’ job creation impacts -- a recent Library of Congress study found that from 1995 to 2014, SBIC-backed small companies created over 3 million jobs and supported another 6.5 million -- many in areas underserved by traditional private equity.
Register now to find out how PE investors are changing their due diligence strategies, switching up what subsectors they’re investing in, and trying to stay disciplined on price as they manage investments in a sector going through unprecedented change.
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And More Than 20 Other Industry Experts
A founding partner of Ironwood Capital, Carolyn Galiette serves as president and chief investment officer for the firm and chairs its various investment committees. She manages day to day execution of the firm’s investment strategy and process, and its stakeholder reporting and engagement. Prior to co-founding Ironwood Capital in 1991, she was an investment professional with Aetna Inc. Previously, she worked for Paine Webber Inc. in investment banking.
Ms. Galiette now serves on the Board of Governors of the Small Business Investors Alliance and is chair of its Executive Committee. She has testified before Congress on behalf of small business investors. She is a member of the Private Equity Women Investor Network and Women’s Association of Venture Equity. She has also served on various leadership committees for Middlebury College, the Loomis Chaffee School, and the Hotchkiss School and as president of the Avon, Conn. PTO. She has managed multiple fundraising events.
Ms. Galiette is a graduate of Dartmouth College where she earned a BA Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, in English, with concentrations in Economics and French.
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We look forward to having you join us on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
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