East Coast Private Equity Summit 2018 with Christopher Farrington
Toronto, September 15, 2018 – As the private equity industry rapidly expands, the dynamics of the LP/GP relationship continue to change. Christopher Farrington, Managing Director with Pavilion Alternatives Group LLC, will moderate a panel discussion about building strategic relationships between LPs and GPs, at the East Coast Private Equity Summit 2018 on September 27, 2018 in Toronto.
- Christopher Farrington, Managing Director, Pavilion Alternatives Group, LLC
- Carmen Lam, Partner, Albourne Partners
- Jennifer Choi, Managing Director, Industry Affairs, Institutional Limited Partners Association
- Gabriel A. Morrow, Interim Co-Head of Private Equity, New York City Retirement Systems
More about Christopher Farrington:
Mr. Farrington has been in the financial services industry since 1992, focusing on private equity since 2000 and private markets since 1998. He joined LP Capital Advisors in 2013, which was acquired by Pavilion Financial Corporation in 2014 and merged with Altius Associates Ltd. in 2016 to form Pavilion Alternatives Group. Mr. Farrington is responsible for providing a broad range of private equity advisory services and serves as the lead consultant on several U.S. client accounts. In addition to his client service responsibilities, Mr. Farrington assists with Pavilion’s emerging manager and European manager research efforts. Previously, Mr. Farrington worked as a Senior Investment Professional at Centinela Capital Partners, an emerging manager-focused firm, where he was responsible for sourcing, screening and evaluating fund and co-investment opportunities across a range of strategies and industries. Prior to that, Mr. Farrington managed the Domestic Private Equity program at MetLife Investments. Prior to MetLife, Mr. Farrington worked in Leveraged Finance at CIBC World Markets and Fleet Bank and as an Analyst at Merrill Lynch. Mr. Farrington received a BA in Economics from Duke University and a MIA with a concentration in International Finance from Columbia University.