The 6th Infrastructure & Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit
Sep 26 - 27, 2013 | Fiesta Americana, Veracruz, Mexico
Mexican states and municipalities are increasingly embracing the private sector as they seek to finance their operations and the development of their infrastructure. Though new and effective products and structures exist, the practicalities of implementation at the varied and complex sub-sovereign level are often unfamiliar. The Infrastructure and Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit is specifically designed to explore and examine the opportunities and challenges (and solutions) inherent in financing in these markets.
This seminar will again enable public-sector officials, financiers, sponsors, investors, concessionaires, operators and EPCs to engage in up-to-the-minute analysis of the nuances of this rapidly growing & evolving segment, and the financing and investment opportunities it presents.
The LatinFinance 1-1 Meeting Planner will be available for your use in the 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 is free of charge for Secretaries of Finance and other qualified senior-level government officials, and can be accessed here. All others should register here.
Confirmed speakers include:> Javier Duarte de Ochoa, Governor, State of Veracruz
> Alfredo Del Mazo Maza, Director General, Banobras
> Alberto Ramos, CEO, HR Ratings
> Gerardo Salazar, CEO, Banco Interacciones
> Alejandro Olivo, Head of Sub-Sovereign Group – Americas, Moody’s
> Roberto H. Sifon Arevalo, Managing Director, Lead Analytical Manager, Standard & Poor’s
> Rodolfo Gómez Acosta, Secretario de Finanzas y Tesorero General del Estado, Nuevo Leon
> Mario de la Vega, General Director of Planning, SCT
> José Enrique Silos, Director, INVEX Infraestructura
> Eduardo Ramos, Managing Director, Astris Finance
> Daniel Muñiz Quintanilla, Chief Financial Officer, Grupo Mexico
> Ezequiel Gonzalez, Head of Banca de Gobierno, Scotiabank
> David Jiménez, Partner, KPMG
> Sergio Chagoya, Partner, Santamarina y Steta
> Humberto Panti, Group Head Latin America, International Public Finance, Fitch Ratings
> Gilberto Enríquez Sánchez, Subsecretario de Finanzas e Inversión, Guanajuato
> César Serna Escalera, Director General, Red Estatal de Autopistas de Nuevo León
> Angel T. Martínez Arboleya, Gerente de Concessiones, Grupo VISE
> Antonio Casares, Partner, Casares Castelazo
> Héctor Rabadán, Desarrollo de Negocios y Promoción, ICA Ingenieria
> Alejandro Landa, Partner, Holland & Knight
> Sergio García, Director General de Planeación Financiera, Estudios Financieros, CONSAR
> José Ma. Zertuche T., Chief Financial and Investment Officer, I²
> Juan Luis Flores, CFO, Marhnos Infraestructura
> Miguel Donovan, Director, Currie & Brown
> Jose San Martin Romero, Director General, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte
> Ismael del Toro , Presidente Municipal, Municipio de Tlajomulco de Zuñiga, Jalisco
> Jose Guillermo Zozaya Delano, President & Executive Representative, KC Southern Mexico
> Isaac Franklin, CFO, Ferromex
> Carlos Hernández Martínez, Subsecretario de Planeación, Veracruz
> Fernando Valle, Director de Finanzas, PINFRA
> Gerardo Arroyo Figueroa, Subprocurador Fiscal de Consultoría y Normatividad, Guanajuato
> Diana Muñozcano, Vice President, Grupo Indi
> Jorge F. Moguel González, Infrastructure Director, GIA Infraestructura
> Alfonso Navarro, Director de Concesiones, Acciona
> Lucía Bustamante, Head of Government Relations, Shell Mexico
> Emilio Alberto Sanders Peralta, Director General de de Políticas y Proyectos Productivos, Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público
To view last year's agenda click here.
Join us in Veracruz and:
> Participate in a unique forum for key local government figures to engage with financiers,
investors and corporate leaders, to discuss mutual goals and shared challenges
> Explore and uncover investment and finance opportunities within Mexico's states and
municipalities ? hospitals, roads, bridges, public-sector buildings, sanitation, ports, etc.
> Define, discuss and debate the nuances of this rapidly growing & evolving market and
practical challenges and solutions to getting deals done
> Network with senior state and federal government officials, corporate leaders, investors
With a bottom-up agenda of 1-1 Meetings, presentations and practical workshops, state-level government representatives will outline their budget requirements, planned infrastructure projects, how they plan to meet them, and where and how the private sector might be involved. Leading financiers and advisers will explain new structures and financing options including securitization, PPS, and the refinancing of operational infrastructure assets.
Admission is at no cost to qualified senior municipal, state and federal government officials but is by invitation only and numbers are strictly limited.
For information on registration, please contact Jose Bolivar at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1.305.428.6292
For information on sponsorship, please contact Arielle Schrader at
email@example.com or by phone at +1.305.428.6274
For information on speaking at this event, please contact Aarti Bhatnagar by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1.305.428.6284