Dates: May 29 - 31, 2024
Location: Surrey, United Kingdom
The Forum is an exclusive meeting of up to 40 senior in-house counsel and private practice lawyers from large SWF and significant institutional pension plans. All invited will share a common interest and proven track record in structuring, negotiating and executing private transactions around the world.
Using candid, seminar-style discussions participants share the most pressing issues they are facing, as well as, examine trends and developments across jurisdictions to learn how others address problems and work together to identify solutions.
This advisory group of leading practitioners drafted the Agenda and personally nominated all invitees to the Forum.
John is a corporate partner who advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters, with a focus on the Energy and Infrastructure sector. He advises on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, co-investments and carve-outs, often with a cross-border element.
John previously worked at OMERS Infrastructure, one of the world’s leading infrastructure investors, as Managing Director and global co-head of legal.
Brendan Moylan is a partner in Latham & Watkins’ Private Equity Practice. He specializes in M&A and corporate transactions in the infrastructure sector. Mr. Moylan has acted for infrastructure funds and direct investors in market-leading transactions across a broad range of infrastructure assets, including utilities, transport, renewables, technology and communications, and social infrastructure.
Mr. Stine represents private equity firms, as well as public and private companies, in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, restructurings and other corporate transactions.
Mr. Stine has advised clients in stock and asset deals and other transactional matters in industries such as healthcare, telecommunications, gaming, grocery, real estate, power and energy and infrastructure. His practice focuses primarily on transactions involving renewable and clean energy assets, power generation and transmission assets, and other power, energy and infrastructure assets located in the United States and overseas.
Emma is Senior Forum Director and Financial Services Lead at Cambridge Executive Connections (CEC), a subsidiary of Cambridge Forums, Inc. Naturally curious and a lifelong learner, Emma has developed and managed a variety of meetings in both the profit and non-profit sectors. Before joining Cambridge, Emma was Assistant Vice President, Global Marketing at State Street in Canada, where she spent close to two decades of her career, offering her a great depth of knowledge and understanding of the financial and investment sectors. In Emma’s current role, she leads CEC’s Financial Services portfolio, including programs for institutional investors, banking, private funds, risk, and governance professionals.
The Forum offers a private environment for leading legal practitioners to share insights on market practices and build valuable connections with key players from around the world.
"Valuable Chatham House Rule discussion among global leaders focussed on current & emerging challenges."Jeff Davis Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
"Best conference I have ever been to, hands down. The format, content, attendee participation and quality of the attendees are top-notch. And Cambridge makes it smooth and easy for attendees."Jared Fontaine United States
"The ideal Forum to meet colleagues facing similar challenges who can provide key insights. The small group of individuals allows us to build trust and pave the way to information sharing and collaboration."Anonymous