From Qatar Holdings' US$2.72bn equity deal for a stake in Santander Brazil, to Sinopec's $7.1bn deal with Repsol Brazil, to India's Shree Renuka's $329mn acquisition of Equipav, Brazil is solidifying its status among the world's leading economies and its position at the forefront of global investment opportunity for equity, debt, M&A, private equity and direct investments.
The Brazil International Investors Forum (BIIF) will bring investors from around the world to meet with the leaders of Brazil's funds, companies and other investment opportunities, leveraging the relationships and experience gained from hosting 3 years of the Capital Introduction Series and almost 25 years of covering capital flows into Brazil.
Confirmed participants include:
> Sabine Bettzueche, Director, Allianz Global Investors (Germany)
> Régis Turrini, Senior EVP – Strategy & Development, Vivendi (France)
> Ming Chen, Senior Manager, Hong & Shanghai Hotels (Hong Kong)
> Jorge Lange, Portfolio Manager, Partners Group (Switzerland)
> Amit Dave, CEO – Brazil, Zydus Cadila (India)
> Bradford Jones, Portfolio Manager & CIO, Sagil Capital (UK)
> JD Bütikofer, Head of EM Fixed Income, UBP Asset Management (Switzerland)
1-1 Investor Meetings
BIIF is designed to connect institutions and individuals, to stimulate meaningful discussions, and to start the process towards deals, investments and ongoing business relationships between Brazil and the rest of the world.
Leading up to BIIF, delegates will be able to request private 1-1 meetings with other participants using the online LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner. 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.
Drawing upon LatinFinance's editorial expertise, the BIIF agenda has been constructued to explain to global investors, companies and governments how they can benefit from the growing middle-class, infrastructure investment, natural resources wealth, and globally competitive companies that are driving the Brazil's impressive growth. It will focus on the practicalities of investing in:
> Oil & Gas
> Metals & Mining
> Capital Markets
> Banking & Finance
> Transportation & Logistics
> Renewable Energy
BIIF has been designed to connect Brazilian delegates with actively diversifying international capital. It gives them the opportunity to:
> PRESENT investment opportunities and strategies to a diverse group of foreign investors
> ESTABLISH relationships with new sources of funding and business opportunities
> UNDERSTAND the factors driving foreign investment into Brazil
> DEFINE the investor appetite for Brazilian assets
Delegate registration fee includes:
> Entry to the invitation-only BIIF
> Private 1-1 capital introduction meetings for your delegation with your target
investors pre-arranged through LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner*
> Access to social events and networking opportunities at the Forum
> All available Forum documentation, materials and presentations
> Your corporate profile available to attending investors
> Lunch and coffee breaks at the Forum
LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner
The LatinFinance 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