Collectively managing US$1.3 trillion the Australian “Supers” are the fourth biggest pool of pension savings in the world. They are active international investors with 60% of their investments overseas and no restrictions on where they invest. Add to this the long-standing linkages with Latin America through natural resource investment and Australia is a huge opportunity for capital hungry LatAm companies, funds and sovereigns.
On the direct investment side, Australian investment in Latin America continues to increase across a wide variety of sectors and asset classes. Founded on a bi-lateral interest in metals and mining, Australian ventures in Latin America now include substantial investments in clean energy, agribusiness, oil & gas, insurance, retail and infrastructure.
The Latin America Australia Investors Forum (LA-AIF) is explicitly designed to connect Latin American fund managers, corporates, financiers, advisors and government officials with their peers in Australia. LAAIF will address the rapidly evolving state of the Latin America Australia relationship, examining the pace and direction of recent investments, and the opportunities available to increase business, investment and trade.
Register now to reserve your place and participate in two days of informative presentations, panel discussions and private 1-1 meetings.
Confirmed speakers include:
> Senator Bob Carr, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade
> Robert Grant, CEO, Pacific Hydro
> Jose Blanco, Chairman, Australia Latin America Business Council
> Mark Johnson, Chairman, Australia Financial Centre Forum
> Mark Ramsey, Head of Latin America, Macquarie Capital
> Ben Bolot, Chief Risk Officer & General Manager, International Development, Origin Energy
> Declan Sherman, Managing Partner, Everlight Capital
> John Brogden, Chief Executive Officer, Financial Services Council
> Mark Goddard, Executive Director, Debt Securities, Westpac
> Chris Gale, Chairman of COALAR and Managing Director of Latin Resources
> Jan Fuchter, Director, Structured Trade & Project Finance, EFIC
> Karin Kobelentz, Director, Structured Trade & Project Finance, EFIC
> Hugo Sarmiento, CFO, The Development Bank of Latin America, CAF
> Bernardo Guillamon, Manager of the Office of Outreach and Partnerships, IDB
> Arturo Silva-Santisteban, Head of Corporate Finance, Tax & Treasury, EnerSur
> Germán Ríos, Director of Strategic Affairs, The Development Bank of Latin America – CAF
> Daniela Carrera-Marquis, Chief Representative – Brazil, IDB
> Nicolas Muñoz, Investment Officer, Foreign Investment Committee of Chile
> Eduardo Machado, CFO, Moinho Iguaçu – Grupo Cavalca
> Jozef Henriquez, Head of Syndications in the Structured & Corporate Finance Department, IDB
> Nicolas Sorensen, CIO, Chilean Economic Development Agency, Corfo
> Ronaldo Veirano, Founding Partner, Veirano Advogados
> Carlos Mendoza, MD – Co-Head of LatAm Debt Capital Markets, Deutsche Bank
Free registration for qualified corporate issuers, institutional investors and government officials by invitation only. Numbers are strictly limited. Request your invite now.
All others are welcome to attend for a fee. Register here
Topics to be Covered Include
> Debt & Equity Capital Markets
> Natural Resources
> Infrastructure & Project Finance
> Trade Finance
> Renewable Energy
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.
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