The 2013 Latin American Business Association Conference
The world has put its eyes on Latin America as most of the countries in the region have embarked on promising paths of macroeconomic stability and growth. It is not only Mexico and Brazil that have gained the attention of financial analysts and economists, but it is also the countries of the Pacific Rim of South America, such as Colombia, Peru, and Chile that have experienced impressive economic performance over recent years. However, the region is still experiencing sharp social inequalities, and governments face increasing social demands as their countries become more affluent. How to navigate such a challenging environment is a critical question.
The 2013 Latin American Business Conference will provide important insights from influential leaders in the region on key economic issues that the region currently faces and will continue to experience in the coming years. The Conference will also address the integration of capital markets in Latin America, which is one of the main tendencies in the region.
Pedro Aspe | Co-Chairman, Evercore Partners; Former Treasury Secretary of Mexico
Luiz Eduardo Franco de Abreu | CEO, NSG Capital, Brazil
Jose de Gregorio | Professor of Economics, Universidad de Chile; Former Governor, Central Bank of Chile
Francisco Gil Diaz | President, Telefónica México, Former Treasury Secretary of Mexico
Sebastian Edwards | Henry Ford II Chair in International Management, UCLA Anderson
Guillermo Tagle '91 | CEO & Partner, IM Trust Chile
1:00 - 2:00pm Registration & Check-In
2:00 - 2:15pm Welcome Remarks
2:15 - 3:30pm Panel Discussion I: Economics Trends in Latin America
3:30 - 3:45pm Break & Refreshments
3:45 - 5:00pm Panel Discussion II: Latin American Financial Markets & Private Equity
5:00 - 7:00pm Networking Reception
Cost: Registration $15 and Academic Registration $10
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