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2nd Latin America China Investors Forum

Sep 15 - 16, 2010 | Westin Beijing Chaoyang , Beijing , China

Recent Chinese investments into Latin America include two $10 billion deals for Petrobras, $3.1 billion to Bridas, a $3 billion bid for the Peregrino oil field, $2 billion for Toromocho copper mine, $400 million to MMX, $200 million for the Jaguar Energy Guatemala plant, plus Sinopec's Petrobras deal and the CIC's investment programs in Brazil and Mexico. These and other deals are underpinning the heightened investment from China into Latin America as Chinese investors seek to access Latin America's assets.

To explain and uncover further LatAm opportunity for a broader and deeper group of Chinese direct and indirect investors, LatinFinance will hold the 2nd Latin America China Investors Forum (LA-CIF) on September 15-16, 2010, in Beijing.

Building on the success of last year's Forum — over 400 delegates and 200 one-on-one investor meetings — this unique and exclusive event will connect Latin America's leading companies, funds and government entities with the most liquid and relevant investors and companies from China. The Forum will feature an in-depth examination of the full spectrum of investment and business opportunities in Latin America and the criteria for Chinese investors to deploy capital into Latin America.

Confirmed speakers include:

> Enrique García, President and CEO, Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF)
> Federico Restrepo, CEO, Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM)
> Henry Zhao, CEO, Harvest Fund Management
> José Antonio Alvarez, CFO, Codelco
> Xin Zongyi, General Manager, Sinohydro Corporation
> Roberto Cejudo, Treasurer, Grupo Bimbo
> Wang Wei, General Manager of Overseas Department, China Machine New Energy
Corporation
> Persio Arida, Chairman of Asset Management, BTG Pactual
> Chang Yunbo, Deputy General Manager of Overseas Department, China
Communications Construction Company Limited

Participants already confirmed include C-level executives and high-ranking officials from Codelco, China Development Bank, Grupo Bimbo, China Communication Construction Company, Jumeirah Group, China AMC, Ministério da Fazenda, the Ex-Im Bank of China, HydroChina International, SHF, Sinohydro, China Road & Bridge, Banobras, several private equity funds, many leading banks and more.

Unique Perspective
The LA-CIF agenda has been designed to explain to China-based investors how they can benefit from the sustained macro-economic stability, improved economic fundamentals and robust and growing domestic markets, world-leading products and skills that are driving growth in Latin America, with a focus on:

> Natural resources
> Agribusiness
> Metals and mining
> Oil and energy
> Infrastructure development
> Real estate

Meaningful Networking
Leading up to LA-CIF, Latin American and international delegates will be able to request private 1-1 meetings with confirmed investors 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 investors during the forum. LA-CIF 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

Why Attend?
Latin American and international delegates will:

> PRESENT investment opportunities, strategies and stories to a diverse group of China
based investors who are either investing or seeking to invest in Latin America
> ESTABLISH relationships with new sources of funding, business and trade opportunities
> UNCOVER the factors driving Chinese investment into Latin America
> MEASURE investor appetite
> CONTRIBUTE to a unique forum with Chinese investors, financiers and government
leaders

Delegate registration fee includes:

> Entry to the invitation-only LA-CIF
> Private 1-1 capital introduction meetings for your delegation with your target
investors pre-arranged through LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner*
> Access to all social events and networking opportunities associated with the
Forum
> 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 2-3 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 Michael Brosgart on mbrosgart@latinfinance.com or +1 (305) 428-6277

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