On February 6 at 5pm, we’ll bring investors at henQ, Notion and Target Global, three top European VCs, to our roundtable to discuss the best examples that they have come across
In cooperation with the CFO Community, henQ, Target Global and Notion are organising an event with a keynote by Hans van Der Vlist and a roundtable in the evening of 6th February in Amsterdam. The event will take place at Laan der Hesperiden 16H and kick off with a networking session at 4.30pm. There will be drinks and bites (prepared by Michelin-starred chef Han Jin) and places are limited.
Roundtable – 5pm
What do the top 1% scale-up board decks and fundraising materials look like?
On February 6 at 5pm, we’ll bring investors at henQ, Notion and Target Global, three top European VCs, to our roundtable to discuss the best examples that they have come across:
- Mick Mackaay is a Principal and CFO at henQ, a Dutch B2B software fund that focuses on Seed and Series A rounds.
- Stephanie Opdam is an Investor at Notion Capital, a London-based VC fund that invests in the Series A & B rounds of European B2B tech companies.
- Bao-Y Van Cong is an Investment Manager at Target Global, an international investment firm, where she focuses on Series B&C stage European tech companies.
This session will help you to craft the story of your company through a financial lens.
What are the best practices for a data room set-up, which KPIs do investors most care about, what are common pitfalls in presenting and which are the new tools to make your daily life easier?
Have you ever wondered how financial fraud and tax fraud is detected? How the FIOD picks up new developments and signals through trendwatching? Recently, the FIOD was in the news when ING Bank settled with the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service for €775 million – more background here.
This keynote will be performed by Hans van Der Vlist, General Director at the FIOD, the Fiscal Information and Investigation Service agency of the government of the Netherlands responsible for investigating financial crimes.