There will be simultaneous English-Hindi translation
Investment and trade between India and Latin America increased to US$23bn in 2010 from $2.1bn in 2000, and is projected to reach $30bn by 2012 illustrating that the relationship between the two regions is growing deeper and becoming strategically important to the global economy.
From NMDC's $1bn Greystone Mineracao deal to Jindal’s $2.3bn El Mutun iron project to OVL’s $500mn investment in oil fields to Shree Renuka’s $350mn acquisition in Brazil, there are many examples of successful investments, JVs and acquisitions by Indian companies in Latin America, and across a variety of sectors. With compelling opportunities to forge partnerships and diversify into high growth markets,the pipeline of deals between institutions from both ends has grown to an unforeseen level.
The Forum is designed to connect institutions and individuals, to engender meaningful discussions, and to start the process towards deals, investments and ongoing business relationships between India and Latin America. It is aimed at educating investors and their advisers from India and Latin America, including senior officers of major corporations, direct investors, entrepreneurs, high net-worth individuals, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, private equity funds, pension funds, and asset managers.
Confirmed speakers include:
T C A Ranganathan , Chairman & Managing Director, Exim Bank of India
Exim has extended US$ 180mn+ to Latin America and is exploring extending further lines of credit to selected commercial banks in Latin America.
Atul Chandra, President (International Operations), Reliance Industries Ltd.
Reliance, India’s largest private sector enterprise, recently acquired off-shore blocks in Colombia for US$50mn+ and is present in Argentina and Peru.
Ashok Goel, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Essel Propack
Essel Propack is the world’s largest specialty packaging company and has acquired plants in Colombia and Mexico to produce laminating tubes.
T S Rangan, Group CFO, Strides Arcolabs
Strides Arcolabs has acquired pharma assets in Brazil for US$75mn and has manufacturing units in Brazil, Mexico and Venezuela.
Gautam Watve, Head of Strategy and Planning, Shree Renuka Sugars
One of the largest sugar companies in India, Shree Renuka recently acquired assets in Brazil totaling US$350mn, making it the 5th largest sugar producer in the world.
G V Mani, Senior Director, CRISIL Global Research & Analytics
CRISIL’s Irevna is a leading outsourcing service provider and has set up a Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) unit in Argentina for financial and investment services.
Avtar Singh, Executive Director, Punjab Chemical & Crop Protection Ltd (PCCPL)A rapidly growing agrochemicals company in India, PCCPL has acquired an 89% stake in an Argentine company for US$10mn and with plans for further LatAm expansion.
Kapil Gulati, General Manager for The Americas, Havells Sylvania
Owned by Havells India, Havells Sylvania acquired Sylvania’s US$200mn in LatAm assets and has three plants in Brazil, Colombia and Costa Rica
The LA-INDIF agenda has been constructued to explain to India-based investors and companies 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:
> Information Technology
> Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
> Banking and Finance
> Transportation & Logistics Finance
> Metals & Mining
> Oil & Energy
Leading up to LA-INDIF, 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-INDIF 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
Latin American and international delegates will:
> PRESENT investment opportunities and strategies to a diverse group of India-based investors and companies 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 Indian investment into Latin America
> MEASURE investor appetite
> CONTRIBUTE to a unique forum with Indian investors, financiers and government
Delegate registration fee includes:
> Entry to the invitation-only LA-INDIF
> P rivate 1-1 capital introduction meetings for your delegation with your target
investors pre-arranged through LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner*
> A ccess to all social events and networking opportunities associated with the
> All available Forum documentation, materials and presentations
> Your corporate profile available to attending investors
> Lunch and coffee breaks at the Forum
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.
For further information on registration please contact Alex Rubin on email@example.com or +1 (305) 428-6280
For further information on sponsorship please contact James Norton on firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 (305) 428-6273
If you are interested in speaking at this event, please contact Aarti Bhatnagar on email@example.com or +1 (305) 428-6284