September 22 - 23 , 2021 | NEW YORK

11th Independent Sponsors Summit

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We are pleased to announce the launch of the ISCP (Independent Sponsor & Capital Provider) Club, the first community of its kind.

Building on iGlobal Forum’s long-standing success of connecting and matching over 1,000 Independent Sponsors & Capital Providers since 2015, the mission of the ISCP Club is to unite all independent sponsors and capital providers into an exclusive community with access to industry content, an Independent Sponsor & Capital Provider Directory and live senior-level deal-making events. List your complimentary profile today to be connected with over 600 members, or join as a premium member and attend the Summit complimentary as part of your membership!

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About the Conference

Join us in New York either in-person or virtually on September 22 & 23 for the first Independent Sponsor Summit since the pandemic!  The event will be capped at 100 attendees so don’t miss out - reserve your place early and network face-to-face with the community. 


The Independent Sponsor marketplace has proven itself agile in volatile times and is becoming more sophisticated and accepted. While this is mostly positive news, it also attracts more competitors. Some sponsors have found it difficult this year to find strong deals on favorable terms.


Risks posed to Independent Sponsors are often shared with middle-market firms deciding their strategies. Smaller firms unable to handle a lack of cash flow in the last year may be ripe for purchase. Meanwhile, firms that provided steady performance this year and in 2020 are fetching strong prices, after proving their resilience and promising future stability at a time when that is valued. Left on the sidelines are firms with more erratic showings, while investors wait for business to return to normal, or at least a new version of it. That includes firms doing exceptionally well this year, due to pent-up demand for their products. This waiting may result in a bevy of potential deals in 2022.


So while the economy simmers, independent sponsors can consider broad new marketplace challenges such as cybersecurity threats impacting risk profiles and possible tax reforms, as well as new opportunities such as a booming e-commerce market and the potential impact of nationwide investment in infrastructure.


Event Safety Statement:

As an attendee, your safety and wellbeing is our number one priority and iGlobal Forum is committed to leading the way for our attendees by creating a safe space for in-person events to be held. All of our attendees will need to either show their proof of vaccination, a negative PCR or a rapid test taken within 72 hours prior to the event to be admitted in. There will be no exceptions, until further notice. If attendees fail to show either proof of vaccination, a negative PCR or a rapid test taken within 72 hours, they will not be permitted to enter/attend the event.

iGlobal Forum's 11th Independent Sponsors Summit

New York

This event will bring together over 100 senior-level capital providers and leading independent sponsors by combining high-level networking and one-to-one meetings, alongside in-depth content, so you can pick up the best strategies from industry experts, make valuable connections and improve your odds in generating successful deals.


Independent Sponsor Summit


Independent Sponsors & Capital Providers


Networking Meetings

Key Topics Covered

Conquering independent sponsor challenges in a quickly changing market

Sourcing and developing new mutually beneficial partnerships

Keys to working with attorneys, family offices, business owners, brokers and investment bankers who can open doors to great deals

Learn how to weather the storm when the next economic recession inevitably arrives

Strategies for independent sponsors to thrive in a highly competitive private equity landscape

Proven strategies for minimizing risk and cost structures

New techniques for capital sourcing in a crowded marketplace

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Network With Leading

  • Independent Sponsors
  • Private Equity Firms
  • Family Offices
  • Mezzanine Lenders
  • Hedge Funds
  • Institutional Investors
  • High Net Worth Individuals
  • MBA Intermediaries/Advisors