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The 11th LatinFinance IDB Breakfast

Mar 28, 2014 | Iberostar Praia do Forte, Costa do Sauípe, Brazil

Join LatinFinance for its 11th annual breakfast discussion with the most active and important sovereign borrowers from across Latin America and the Caribbean. This moderated discussion will examine funding strategies and evolving yield curves, diversification into yen, RMB and other currencies; and evolving investor demand for LatAm sovereign/quasi debt.

 

 

Confirmed speakers include:
> Paulo Valle, Head of Debt Management and Deputy Treasury Secretary, Brazil
> Jordi Prat, Vice-Minister of Finance and Public Credit Director, Costa Rica
> Carlos Vargas, Managing Director, Mizuho
> Marcello Lobo, Partner, Pinheiro Neto
> Marzo Bernardi, Executive Director, Western Asset Management
> Sean Newman, Senior Portfolio Manager, Invesco
> Taimur Ahmad, Editor, LatinFinance (Moderator)

Topics for discussion include:
> How should we expect the current credit environment to affect borrowing programs?
> To what extent has tapering affected Latin America capital markets?
> What is the current investment appetite for sovereign debt issues and how is this evolving?
> Short to medium-term prospects – issue size, issue structure, debt, equity, loans?
> What is the scope for further domestic currency issuance in the international markets?
> Will issuers, and their investors, favor local currency, dollars, sterling, HKD, CHF, or Euro?
> What debt structures have been used to entice broader investment participation?
> Practical uses of JBIC-guaranteed Samurai and Asian local currency bonds?
> How is the infrastructure deficit in LatAm being financed? Are infra bonds here to stay?
> Will EM debt outflows and redemptions hurt future issuance?

Breakfast Agenda
7:00am - 7:30am   Continental breakfast and registration

7:30am - 7:35am   Welcoming remarks: Chrisopher Garnett, President, LatinFinance 

7:35am - 8:50am   Panel Discussion

8:50am - 9:00am   Debate and conclusions

The panel will include speakers from: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, LatinFinance, Mizuho and Pinheiro Neto

Invitation Guidelines
Participation is by invitation-only. If you would like to join over 150 key market participants from across North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, then please request your invitation here.

Registration
For further information on registration please contact Jose Bolivar at jbolivar@latinfinance.com or +1 (305) 428-6292.

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