Global Conference 2011

As we climb out of the recession, the great liquidity freeze has thawed out. The early months of 2011 were marked by blockbuster PE-backed IPOs, including HCA, Kinder Morgan and Nielsen. There has also been robust M&A activity, including Sanofi's acquisition of Genzyme and AT&T's just-announced purchase of T-Mobile. Are additional megadeals in the cards? Beyond the big names, are mid-market firms finding it easier to raise capital? With 2008 receding into the rear-view mirror, have firms adopted a new approach to managing capital structure and debt loads? What kind of lasting imprint will the financial crisis leave on the world of corporate finance? How has the investment banking industry changed?

Moderator

Joseph Gromacki

Partner, Chair of Corporate Practice and Co-Chair of Securities Practice, Jenner & Block

Speakers

Robert Harteveldt

Global Head of Leveraged Finance, Jefferies & Co. Inc.

Brian Reynolds

Founder and Managing Partner, Chatham Capital

Kenneth Ryan

Co-Head of Investment Banking, Gleacher & Co.

Ted Virtue

CEO, MidOcean Partners

Richard Zogheb

Co-Head, Capital Markets Origination, Americas, Citigroup


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