Sunday, September 16, 2007

PE/VC breakfast series

The VC/PE club hosts various breakfasts and networking events with local firms. This one looked interesting, especially since it covers the limited partner side of the VC world. Here's an abridged version of the email I just received...

PEVC Breakfast Series TIAA CREF, Alternative Investments

Hosted by Mr. John Goodreds, Director, Alternative Investments

Thursday, September 20, 2007 from 8:10 AM to 9:30 AM

Please note that due to the intimate setting of the event students are required to be punctual and have taken the time to prepare questions and familiarize themselves with the firm, speaker, and industry by reviewing the its website as well as performing data base search.

Sign-Up Instructions:
Due to space constraints, we can only accommodate 12 attendees and will be using a lottery system. Typically each student will only be able to attend one event within this series.

Please respond to this e-mail by 3 PM on Monday September 17th to enter the lottery.

Those elected will receive e-mail notification on Tuesday. Unfortunately, if you do not receive an e-mail confirmation it means that you were not selected.

All MBA and EMBA students without academic obligations are eligible to attend.

TIAA-CREF has $340bn of assets under management, and the Alternative Investment Group has commitments of close to $5bn. The Group invests between $20-200m per private equity or venture capital fund, with an average of $65m. The Alternative Investment Group makes between 20 and 25 fund commitments a year and also about ten to 15 co-investments.

Update: I was since selected to attend this event.


Anonymous said...

You have done a fabulous job in updating your blog for J-terms. There is no other blog for J-term and therefore your efforts are highly appreciated.

Though your future goals do not constitute moving into IB or consulting, majority of future J-term aspirants do want to make this transition. For career switchers, regular September term definitely makes more sense but many applicants, however, still end up applying to the J-term as it fits well in their schedule plus there is no other top class MBA program that starts in January baring INSEAD J-Intake which is more beneficial if some one wants to work in Europe or Asia.

Keeping this in mind, would you be kind enough to comment on J-term students’ experience with consulting/IB or even industry recruiting?

Do recruiting firms exhibit any sort of bias towards J-term students?

My understanding is that starting September, the J-term students take classes together with regular 2nd year September class? Is that correct? Are J-term allow to recruit with September class?

As a J-term, did you ever had “almost there” type feeling in terms of band equity and social hangout.

Thank you so much for your time. Regards


Anonymous said...

^^ nice blog!! ^@^

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