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The Latin America Investors & Markets Forum

Jan 19, 2012 | The Pierre Hotel, New York City

The prospects and prognosis for Latin America's capital markets have never been more uncertain. The current macro environment in developed markets is volatile and the effects on Latin America unknown. At the same time profound, longer-term secular changes in investment, trade and capital flows are ongoing and a global reappraisal of risk between core and periphery continues.

The Latin America Markets & Investors Forum (LA-IMF) will gather a select group of issuers, investors, academics and advisers from across the Americas to discuss and define the prospects for the region's debt, equity and loan markets within this complex, unfolding environment. Interactive panel discussion and debates will be complemented by private 1-1 meetings to enable discussion of specific issues, challenges and opportunities.

Confirmed speakers include:

> Carlos Garcia Moreno, CFO, America Movil
> Marcelo Martins, CFO, Cosan
> Jan Dehn, Senior Strategist and Portfolio Manager, Ashmore
> German Arce, Director of Public Credit, Republic of Colombia
> Danilo Simonelli, Director - Emerging Markets, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
> Alejandro Diaz de Leon, Director of Public Credit, Mexico
> Robert Abad, Emerging Markets Specialist, Western Asset Management (WAMCO)
> Matt Hochstetler, Portfolio Manager and Co-Head of EM Equities, Janus
> Oscar Villalobos, CFO, Genomma Labs
> Carlos Danel, Founder and Co-CEO, Banco Compartamos
> Juan Pablo Cordoba, CEO, Bolsa de Valores de Colombia (BVC)

Other participants include:

> CEOs and CFOs from Latin America's leading corporations
> Finance Ministers and other government officials
> Institutional investors
> Private equity funds
> Investment bankers
> Rating agencies
> Lawyers
> Foreign direct investors

Unique Perspective
The agenda has been constructed to explore how economic stability, improved economic fundamentals, and growing domestic markets are driving the evolution of Latin America's markets, and to examine the medium-term prognosis given the evolving macro environment upon:

> LatAm corporate & sovereign debt
> IPOs & secondary equity
> Structured finance and ABS
> Evolving role of private equity
> M&A and acquisition finance
> Natural resource investment thesis

Meaningful Networking
Leading up to the Forum, confirmed delegates will be able to request private 1-1 meetings with each other using the LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner software. This innovative tool enables registered delegates to pre-qualify potential investors and business partners before meeting and facilitates in-depth interaction with hard-to-reach officials during the forum. LA-IMF will comprise three equally important elements:

> A main conference room where delegates will engage in a compelling series of panels,
presentations and workshops
> A second conference room set up with meetings spaces for private 1-1 capital
introduction meetings facilitated by LatinFinance
> Ample spaces for informal meetings and networking throughout the event
through lunch, at the cocktail reception and through coffee

Delegate registration fee includes:

> Entry to the invitation-only LA-IMF
> Private 1-1 capital introduction meetings for your delegation with your target
investors and/or companies pre-arranged through LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner*
> Access to all social events and networking opportunities
> All available Forum documentation, materials and presentations
> Your corporate profile available to attending investors
> Lunch and coffee breaks at the Forum

1-1 Meetings
The LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner will be available for your use 3 weeks prior to the Forum. You can submit a delegate profile to share with all confirmed delegates, and you can see who else is registered to attend. Upon completion of your delegate profile on the Meeting Planner, you will be able to request meetings with the other delegates.

Registration
For further information on registration please contact Alex Rubin on arubin@latinfinance.com or +1 (305) 428-6280

Sponsorship
For further information on sponsorship please contact James Norton on jnorton@latinfinance.com or +1 (305) 428-6273

Speaking
If you are interested in speaking at this event, please contact Aarti Bhatnagar on abhatnagar@latinfinance.com or +1 (305) 428-6284


* The LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner
All meetings are at the discretion of the requestees and are not guaranteed.

Personal Expense
All flight, visa, hotel, travel arrangements and other personal expenses are the responsibility of the delegate.

Refund/Cancellation Policy
A cancellation received 90 days+ the day of the event is eligible for full refund minus 25%.
A cancellation between 45-90 days of the event is eligible for 50% refund.
No refund within 45 days of event.

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