Past Events

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.

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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 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 15th Annual IDB Breakfast

Buoyed by higher commodities prices, stronger global growth and nascent signs of a cyclical rebound, Latin American economies are looking increasingly healthy. Yet the upswing comes in uncertain times as presidential elections across the region’s major economies could put a hard stop to open market reforms and change the outlook for the global investment community. This roundtable breakfast discussion, featuring Latin America’s most significant sovereign issuers and global asset managers, will take an in-depth look at the rapidly evolving state of Latin America’s political economy, and the implications it bears for issuing new debt in 2018.

Buoyed by higher commodities prices, stronger global growth and nascent signs of a cyclical rebound, Latin American economies are looking in...

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The 4th Cumbre Financiera Argentina

With much of the higher rated Argentine corporate and provincial debt sales now out of the way, new waves of finance will depend heavily on the administration’s success in eliminating the fiscal deficit, cutting inflation, launching an ambitious infrastructure program, and strengthening legal regulatory and investment frameworks. This forum will gather Argentina’s captains of industry, federal and provincial government heads and global investors to discuss prospects for growth and investment as Macri’s administration passes its halfway mark.

With much of the higher rated Argentine corporate and provincial debt sales now out of the way, new waves of finance will depend heavily on ...

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The 13th Cumbre Financiera Mexicana

With an end-game to the NAFTA negotiations far from certain, Mexican corporates, banks and investors are bracing for major changes that could redefine the status quo. LatinFinance’s annual Cumbre Financiera Mexicana, the country’s premier financial markets forum, will take place in the midst of Mexico’s growing economic uncertainties and convene leading corporate, banking and government officials to identify new opportunities for investment and growth in an increasingly complex political backdrop.

With an end-game to the NAFTA negotiations far from certain, Mexican corporates, banks and investors are bracing for major changes that coul...

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LatinFinance Deals of the Year Awards Dinner

The LatinFinance Deals of The Year are the most prestigious and rigorously judged awards for excellence in investment banking, capital markets issuance and legal advice -- leading issuers from across Latin America and the Caribbean will gather in New York for LatinFinance’s Deals of the Year Awards Dinner, where the market’s top participants will celebrate innovation and foresight in deal-making at this annual gala dinner.

The LatinFinance Deals of The Year are the most prestigious and rigorously judged awards for excellence in investment banking, capital marke...

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Argentina Sub-Sovereign and Infrastructure Finance Summit

Argentina’s provinces and municipalities are at the frontlines of the country’s push to raise capital in international markets as they gear up to finance an ambitious agenda to upgrade the country’s infrastructure. This unique event will join Argentina’s provincial and municipal leaders together with regional and international investors, infrastructure developers, financiers and advisers to discuss sub-sovereign financial and investment strategies and explore what needs to be done to efficiently put capital to work in new infrastructure projects.

Argentina’s provinces and municipalities are at the frontlines of the country’s push to raise capital in international markets as they gear ...

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The 10th Infrastructure & Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit

LatinFinance returned to Mexico on October 5th for the 10th edition of its Infrastructure and SubSovereign Finance in Mexico Summit – the only event which brings together both Mexican state and municipal government officials with investors, financiers, project sponsors, concessionaries and operators. The Summit consisted of comprehensive discussions about innovative financing solutions; energy infrastructure; transportation infrastructure; urban development; social infrastructure among other important topics. Learn more about this important day of informative panel discussions, private 1-1 meetings and practical workshops.

LatinFinance returned to Mexico on October 5th for the 10th edition of its Infrastructure and SubSovereign Finance in Mexico Summit – the on...

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LatinFinance Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards Dinner

The LatinFinance Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards Dinner celebrated the stand-out institutions and transactions of the past year in this important and rapidly growing market. Infrastructure developers, investors, financial executives, law firms and government officials gathered for an evening of fine dining, networking and celebration.

The LatinFinance Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards Dinner celebrated the stand-out institutions and transactions of the past year in t...

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Project & Infrastructure Finance Summit

The sheer size of Latin America’s infrastructure needs, coupled with the efforts now being undertaken to channel capital towards them, means that investment opportunities in projects across the region are significant – and growing. But securing financing for each project often requires highly complex solutions given a range of risks to lenders, investors and developers alike. This special summit gathered the leaders of Latin America’s infrastructure markets to discuss the region’s project pipeline and how to best finance it.

The sheer size of Latin America’s infrastructure needs, coupled with the efforts now being undertaken to channel capital towards them, means...

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The 8th Latin America China Investors Forum (LACIF)

LatinFinance returned to Shanghai for the 8th edition of the Latin America China Investors Forum to explore the changes in the dynamic Latin America - China relationship. High level state and corporate speakers dove into recent deals, trends, challenges, and most active sectors as the forum connected Latin American issuers, government officials, and bankers with prominent Chinese counterparts interested in the region. Learn more about this full day of interactive panels and 1-1 private meetings designed to foster new business relationships and strengthen ties between these two increasingly connected regions.

LatinFinance returned to Shanghai for the 8th edition of the Latin America China Investors Forum to explore the changes in the dynamic Latin...

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The 3rd Latin America Japan Investors Forum

The commercial relationship between Latin America and Japan runs deep and the forum once again brought to Tokyo corporate and government leaders from throughout Latin America to discuss the dynamics of that relationship with Japanese companies, financiers and investors. This unique event featured a range of panel discussions, technical presentations and 1-1 meetings aimed at identifying investment opportunities and strengthening business relationships.

The commercial relationship between Latin America and Japan runs deep and the forum once again brought to Tokyo corporate and government lea...

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The 4th Latin America Europe Investors Forum

While the post-Trump sea change in global politics rattled the foundations of the global economy and left LatAm and EM assets significantly exposed to new risks, Latin America looked to reshape its own economic policies to create more open and attractive markets,. This timely Forum discussed how the region’s economies and assets are set to perform in a world overshadowed by uncertainty. The Latin America Europe Investors Forum gathered leading Latin American corporates and sovereigns, European investors and intermediaries for a series of in-depth discussions and 1-1 business meetings.

While the post-Trump sea change in global politics rattled the foundations of the global economy and left LatAm and EM assets significantly ...

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The 11th Andean Finance & Investment Forum

LatinFinance returned to Colombia to host the region’s most important capital markets and investment forum, examining opportunities and challenges in Colombia, Peru and Chile. The Forum once again gathered senior government officials, local and international investors, leading corporates, and financiers for a full day of panel discussions and 1-1 meetings. Some of the key topics discussed included local and cross-border debt issuances, M&A, liability management and infrastructure.

LatinFinance returned to Colombia to host the region’s most important capital markets and investment forum, examining opportunities and chal...

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