Following on from our webinar series in June and July 2020, we will be hosting one of our industry-leading conferences, and for this one you’ll be back in the office by lunchtime!

Taking place on the 15th September 2020, in Central London, this half day conference will be tackling one of the most exciting topics shaping the industry today, diving deep into some of the most interesting ways in which technology can revolutionise the deal-cycle.


Technology and its use have an impact across the entire deal-cycle. Rather than focusing on back-office implementations and challenges, this event will look at the ways in which tech innovation can transform front-office functions. Focusing in key parts of the deal cycle, such as origination and fundraising, we will be diving deep into the various ways in which skilled tech usage can put PE houses ahead of the curve.

A keynote presentation and case study will offer exclusive insights into what successful tech integration looks like and allow for a glimpse into the future of reporting and data usage in the industry.

With this compact and topical conference, we will ensure that each delegate leaves with the implementable ideas and valuable relationships necessary to take their firm to the next level.

The full agenda will be announced shortly, as well as the speaker line-up.

Who attends?

Technology has become much more than a back-office topic, so we want to make sure that investment, origination and IR professionals are just as informed as those working behind the scenes.

For 20 years PE professionals across Europe have trusted Real Deals to deliver the information they need to help their firms excel. We will bring together the senior decision makers capable of affecting real change and integrating innovation in their firms, as well as experts in the field of technology. Successful tech integration – from data usage and reporting to bespoke pipeline management – will change the industry for everyone, so we want to offer LPs, GPs and solution providers a chance to discuss what they want the future of private equity to look like.