Take part in this year’s PCMA conference

One ticket will allow you to attend the Private Capital Markets Association’s (PCMA) celebration of its merger with the National Exempt Market Association (NEMA), as well as the industry body’s 7th annual conference, which is titled Setting the Pace for the Private Capital Markets.

The conference will be held on April 12 at Arcadian Court, 401 Bay Street, 8th Floor, Simpson Tower, in Toronto after the PCMA-NEMA merger networking event.

The event will be attended by entrepreneurs, disruptors, tech innovators, exempt market dealers, and private capital issuers and companies. Legal, accounting, compliance advisors, private equity and venture capital funds, investment advisors and regulators will also be at the event.

The PCMA’s main goal is to create opportunities to bring together the unique issues of our private capital markets into a single forum. Check out this link to see the event’s working agenda.

The association is inviting interested firms to be part of the 2018 conference as exclusive exhibitors or sponsors.

This presents an exceptional opportunity for firms to promote their brands in front of key industry leaders. By becoming one of the event’s exclusive exhibitors or sponsors, firms have the chance to reach this uniquely targeted audience and demonstrate their commitment to industry relationships.

For those interested, please review the association’s current sponsor and partnership opportunities in this link (page 9). To know more about the special early bird pricing for exhibitors, click this link.

As an exhibitor or PCMA sponsor/partner, you will receive exceptional value and will be able to reach key decision-makers while making a significant difference in the private capital markets industry. Take a moment to look at previous sold-out PCMA conferences here.

Click here to register and see the conference’s working agenda. For further information, contact PCMA executive, director Georgina Blanas at georgina.blanas@pcmacanada.com or jenya.lorenc@pcmacanada.com