Total Risk Management Report for Institutional Investors on Improving Portfolio Returns; Risk Management’s Role in Improving Portfolio Performance by Mitigating Insurable and Uninsurable Risks

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Investor methods for managing their portfolios must adapt to the changing investment landscape. Because valuation arbitrage is less certain today improving portfolio returns by mitigating insurable and uninsurable risk is a requirement for venture capital and private equity portfolio managers. Reducing risks can mean a quarter turn more of EBITDA details the report, ‘Portfolio Total Risk Management,’ and live webinar entitled ‘Risk Managements Role in Improving Portfolio Equity Valuation.’

Because valuation arbitrage is less certain today improving EBITDA by mitigating insurable and uninsurable risk is a requirement for venture capital and private equity portfolio managers

Coupled with less certainty of exit valuation arbitrage and greater competition institutional investors are forced to reduce risk to improve portfolio returns. Reducing risks can mean a quarter turn more of EBITDA details the report ‘Portfolio Total Risk Management.’

This complimentary report highlights Total Risk Management's impact on portfolios:

  • 43 percent of businesses that experience a major disaster do NOT recover
  • 30 to 40 percent of the risk in companies’ portfolio is insurable

This report was created for investors and covers mitigating insurable and uninsurable risk in portfolios and examines topics such as:
1.    Improving portfolio IRR through risk mitigation and transfer tactics
2.    Identifying both "Insurable and Uninsurable" risk
3.    Mitigating uninsurable risks

The report, ‘Portfolio Total Risk Management’ is part of a live webinar event hosted by Equity Risk Partners and Ephor Group. This free webinar will be held August 22nd at 12pm Eastern and all webinar registrants will receive a free copy of the report.

During this interactive webinar industry veterans Garry Meier and Mike Goodwin will challenge investors’ notions about insurable and uninsurable risk in their portfolio companies – as well as reflect on commonly practiced risk mitigation strategies of today.    

Event: Risk Management’s Role in Improving Portfolio Performance
When: August 22nd at 12 pm EDT (11 am CDT)
Where: At your desk
Who Should Attend: Institutional investors and portfolio managers

"Because valuation arbitrage is less certain today improving EBITDA by mitigating insurable and uninsurable risk is a requirement for venture capital and private equity portfolio managers," says Garry Meier.

Read this report to see how investors are reconciling market conditions that are forcing acceptance of greater risk and still delivering investment returns.

Register for this event and receive a copy of the report today at:
https://www.gotomeeting.com/register/793702362

The agenda for the live Risk Management webinar includes:
1. Determining investment risk
2. Aligning investment thesis with portfolio risk tolerances
3. Risk Management dashboard and indicators
4. Minimizing uninsurable or 'Execution Risk' of your portfolios
5. Thoughts and techniques to improve the efficiency, structure, and investment returns in portfolio companies

To sign up for ‘Risk Managements Role in Improving Portfolio Equity Valuation’, register at: https://www.gotomeeting.com/register/793702362

About the Presenters:                            
Mr. Garry Meier is highly recognized as an industry thought leader in the business and technology services arena as well as outsourcing sectors. He is a noted speaker on strategic effectiveness, value creation, industry trends, capital appreciation, performance improvement, outsourcing and customer satisfaction. Additionally, he is an advisor to private equity firms and venture firms on their investment strategies and portfolio companies.

Garry Meier founded the Ephor Group and currently focuses on providing board, institutional and C-level guidance to maximize strategic, operational, and equity effectiveness for mid-cap technology and service companies.

Michael R. Goodwin has nearly 20 years operational and financial expertise in business services, healthcare, food services, transportation/distribution, and telecommunications industries. Prior to joining Equity Risk Partners, he was a leader of the M&A Practice for Lockton Companies, Inc.

Mike has been a financial adviser to middle market companies in the areas of restructuring and capital raising and for several years served as CFO of a private equity portfolio company that he co-founded.

About Ephor Group                
Ephor Group increases equity valuations for mid-market technology and service based businesses. Our approach is proven, pragmatic, and performance oriented. Our proven methodology, the Perform Business Process™ fills in the gaps where functional expertise and capital are not available internally. Ephor has a history of success, creating over $3.5 billion in shareholder value.

About Equity Risk Partners

Equity Risk Partners is the only full service insurance brokerage and risk management consulting firm focused exclusively on the needs of the private equity industry and its portfolio companies.

By developing long-term, strategic relationships with private equity firms, their portfolio companies and their advisors, we can improve the efficiency, structure and investment returns on private equity transactions.

Across the spectrum of transferable risk, Equity Risk Partners has consulted on over 500+ deals, services 300+ portfolio companies, and works with 60+ investment groups with One Team From Diligence to Divestiture.

Media Contact
Charles Bedard
bedard[at]ephorgroup.com
1 (800) 379-9330

Register for ‘Risk Managements Role in Improving Portfolio Equity Valuation’ at: https://www.gotomeeting.com/register/793702362

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