Latin America in the New Global Economy
Paul Hastings and the Financial Times present a timely discussion on the growth and development of Latin America followed by a festive evening of cocktails and entertainment. This exclusive event will feature distinguished keynote speakers Ernesto Zedillo, the former President of Mexico, and Juan Carlos Echeverry, the former Finance Minister of Colombia.
The high growth markets of Latin America have been at the forefront, along with Asia, of the rebalancing of the global economy that is marking the new century. This shift has opened up major strategic opportunities for investors in Latin America. However, to best leverage investments in today’s uncertain environment, a calculated strategy and risk management is critical. We will examine:
- How the macro-economic outlook will impact Latin America markets- Which sectors and countries offer the most promising opportunities for investment across the region- How the evolving regulatory environment in Latin America and the U.S. will affect investor behavior- Whether the region’s fundamentals are strong enough to overcome the impact on sentiment of short-term financial instability- If the concept of a regional common Latin American market such as the burgeoning Pacific Alliance between Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Peru is transformational or over hyped
Thursday, November 14, 2013
4:00 pm–6:40 pm
6:40 pm–8:30 pm
Cocktails & Festivities
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Co-hosted by Paul Hastings and the Financial Times, this forum will bring together senior business executives and legal counsel from leading international and Latin American organizations, as well as high-profile economic strategists and leading advisors.