New York, November 29, 2017 – CEO of Sutton Place Strategies (SPS), Nadim Malik, led the panel Standing out from the Heard at Capital Roundtable’s full-day conference on Best Practices for Sourcing Private Equity Investing Opportunities. The conference took place on Tuesday, November 28th in midtown Manhattan at The University Club.

The panel discussed tactics for private equity firms to remain top of mind with intermediaries. The conversations were lively and included strategies for sourcing professionals to differentiate themselves and ensure that their firm gets the deal. Themes discussed included the processes that PE firms are employing to build relationships with intermediaries, as well as how to best educate the market so sellers and intermediaries know which platforms you are trying to build and which you are likely to pass on in the future.

As Malik noted, “it was a real enjoyable experience, lots of engagement and laughter from the audience. The panel did an excellent job explaining what approaches are working for them, and how they tackle sourcing issues.”

The panel was moderated by SPS’ Nadim Malik and the panelists included: Brendan T. Burke, Headwaters MB LLC; Stephen B. Connor, Hamilton Robinson Capital Partners; Rob Dreier, Bunker Hill Capital; and Lex Leeming, NexPhase Capital.

More information on the event can be found here.

 

About Sutton Place Strategies, LLC Founded in 2009, Sutton Place Strategies is dedicated to helping investors, corporate buyers, lenders and advisors maximize their business development effectiveness. The firm’s core service, Deal Origination Analytics™, is the convergence of actionable data with proprietary technology that is designed to quantify the addressable universe of a client’s target market, serve as a roadmap to improve deal sourcing, and measure progress on a continual basis.

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