SuperReturn Private Credit US 2018 with Raelan Lambert

Chicago, September 25, 2018 – What strategies are managers and investors using to build their portfolios? Raelan Lambert, Managing Director with Pavilion Alternatives Group will moderate a fireside chat at SuperReturn Private Credit US 2018, on October 15, 2018 in Chicago. The group will share their thoughts on portfolio construction, crafting covenants and structures, how to benchmark performances, and other strategies they are seeing in the lower, upper and middle markets.

Moderator:

  • Raelan Lambert, Managing Director, Pavilion Alternatives Group

Panelists:

  • Huy Cao, Director, Corporate Credit, CDPQ
  • Scott Essex, Partner , Partners Group
  • Oliver Fadly, Research Director, Private Markets, NEPC
  • Michael Zimmerman, Senior Managing Director, MC Credit Partners

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More about Raelan Lambert:
Ms. Lambert has been in the financial services industry since 1998, focusing on private equity and private markets since 2005.  Ms. Lambert joined LP Capital Advisors in 2005, which was acquired by Pavilion Financial Corporation in 2014 and merged with Altius Associates in 2016 to become Pavilion Alternatives Group. Ms. Lambert serves as the lead consultant for several clients in North America and advises others globally. Ms. Lambert has developed and delivered specialized trainings on private debt for clients, contributed to portfolio construction, and remains involved in strategic advisory work and due diligence on private debt and other opportunities. Previously, Ms. Lambert was located in New York where she worked at DoubleClick, a division of Google, and focused on developing new relationships with financial institutions. Prior to that, Ms. Lambert was a consultant in American Express’ strategic technology relationships advisory group, which worked directly with the firm’s C-level executives and all divisions of the firm and its top technology partners. Ms. Lambert started her career at Goldman Sachs in the finance and wealth management divisions, including assignments in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Ms. Lambert received a BA in French Language and Literature from the University of Virginia. Ms. Lambert is fluent in French.