22-23 November 2022European Convention Center (ECCL)
David Genn is the CEO of Goji, an investment platform technology provider based in London, UK. Goji’s mission is to improve access to private funds. Goji develops, implements and operates private markets technology and services, and provides the infrastructure to give investors a digital investment journey. This streamlines existing processes, drives operational efficiency and unlocks new pools of capital for managers. To date, Goji has served 30,000 investors from 80 investor jurisdictions worldwide.
David joined Goji as employee #1 in 2015, to lead the technology build of the platform, before taking over as CEO in January 2019. Prior to Goji, David worked at IG Group leading the technology team responsible for the dealing API and Alfa, a provider of platform solutions to the asset management industry. A developer by background, David champions innovation and simplifying the complex.
GP perspectives: translating trends into investment strategies and returns
Creating new products, adapting portfolios, adjusting financing: how GPs anticipate market developments, interest rates, inflation, FX variations, regulatory changes and more
Family offices as private assets investors
Private family capital is larger than private equity and venture capital combined. The increasing concentration of wealth held by very wealthy families is fueling the growth of family offices around the globe. Luxembourg hosts over 100 family offices and is an attractive jurisdiction for more to come. Designed to preserve wealth for future generations, family offices offer a high degree of independence with regards to investment choices and have become a mainstream investor into private assets over the last years. Next to the returns offered by private assets, it is also the entrepreneurial DNA of family offices that attracts them to private assets and often asks for an active role to play as shareholders. What do family offices mean to Luxembourg and the private assets market? We will discuss opportunities, challenges and perspectives.
LP onboarding: what to expect and how to accommodate
What to expect when structuring your NAV facility
Session kindly facilitated and sponsored by Allen & Overy
Financing products come in different shapes and forms throughout the lifecycle of a fund. Net asset value (NAV) facilities permit the raising of new financing backed by a fund’s portfolio of assets, in support of, among others, liquidity management, follow-on investments and beyond. The structuring options are numerous and NAV facilities can be found across asset classes and investment strategies. This panel will discuss the product landscape of NAV facilities, features across asset classes and key concepts.
Luxembourg for private assets: The data to back it up
Digital platforms for private markets investment - disruption or sustainable innovation?
Digital investment platforms are disrupting private markets, offering an alternative for institutional and individual investors seeking exposure to private equity, including venture capital and private debt, as well as real assets. What are the technologies behind this facilitated access to private asset investments? Discover some of the well-established platforms and some of the new kids on block, learn about their operating models and what led to their success, the role of partnerships with renowned fund managers, and the next development phases and ambitions for the coming years.