Upcoming Events

The 16th Brazil Finance and Investment Summit

2018 promises to be a tumultuous year for Brazil’s economy, as upcoming elections add fuel to the fire of uncertainty that has seized the country since the outbreak of the Lava Jato scandal. While President Temer continues to push a widely unpopular fiscal reform program, the potential for new economic and political directions to take hold in the coming year is a growing risk to Brazil’s investment outlook. Against that backdrop, LatinFinance is headed back to São Paulo this coming May to convene the country’s foremost capital market experts and stakeholders to discuss the challenges that remain, the opportunities ahead and the outlook for 2018 and the 2019-2023 political term. The Summit will consist of comprehensive panel discussions, private 1-1 meetings and special interviews.

2018 promises to be a tumultuous year for Brazil’s economy, as upcoming elections add fuel to the fire of uncertainty that has seized the co...

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The 4th Central America Finance & Investment Forum

Prospects for sustained economic growth in Central America look bright as newly invigorated governments, a rapidly growing middle class, and solid performances by leading companies are placing the region firmly on the radar of investors and multinationals scanning LatAm for compelling opportunities. Join LatinFinance, in partnership with The Ministry of Economy and Finance of Panama, for a day of informative panel discussions and 1-1 business meetings to identify Central America’s economic outlook and challenges ahead, the investment opportunities, capital needs and flows, and the financing trends of successful and innovative deals.

Prospects for sustained economic growth in Central America look bright as newly invigorated governments, a rapidly growing middle class, and...

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The 12th Andean Finance & Investment Forum

The Andean region is well positioned to exploit an improving economic backdrop marked by rising commodity prices and healthy investor appetite towards EM investments. However, sound fiscal policy remains key to unlocking growth. Political risk also remains a concern in varying degrees, with elections approaching in Colombia and new President Martín Viscarra taking over in Peru. Join LatinFinance on June 12 at the Westin Hotel in Lima Peru for The 12th Andean Finance & Investment Forum. This regional forum convenes leaders from public and private sectors across the Andean region for a series of comprehensive panel discussions and private 1-1 meetings with international investors.

The Andean region is well positioned to exploit an improving economic backdrop marked by rising commodity prices and healthy investor appeti...

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