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For over 20 years, the IFC and EMPEA have been convening private investors and asset managers from across the globe in Washington, D.C. to connect and learn from the leading voices in the industry. Given the global pandemic, we’re excited to take GPEC virtual and bring the world of private equity investments to you. Join us to stay engaged, learn the latest industry trends and market insights, hear from its leading investors and connect with this community of active private investors to further your business. Registration is now open for the 22nd annual Global Private Equity Conference (GPEC). Join us for the world’s largest convening of private investors in a highly interactive virtual gathering to learn the latest industry trends and connect with its prominent voices. 

 

Each year the International Finance Corporation and EMPEA gather 800 global private capital investors and asset managers from 60 countries across Asia, Africa, Latin America, MENA, and CEE & CIS, representing private equity, venture capital, impact, infrastructure, credit, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, and family offices. This year is no different. Leveraging IFC’s deep footprint and EMPEA’s membership across 130 countries, GPEC 2021 provides an unparalleled opportunity to capture firsthand market insights and connect one-on-one through an interactive, virtual platform without the burden or investment of travel.

About IFC - International Finance Corporation

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, is a global leader, investor and advisor committed to projects in its developing member countries that reduce extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity. IFC finances private sector investments, mobilizes capital in the international financial markets, helps clients improve social and environmental sustainability, and provides technical assistance and advice to businesses and governments in the developing world.