Past Events

The LatAm Central Banking Roundtable

This special high-level discussion will discuss the impact of technological innovation and disruption on the global and regional financial landscape, how Central Banks may profit from new technological tools to enhance effectiveness in regulating and supervising financial sectors, and ways to develop further regional cooperation in designing policy responses.

This special high-level discussion will discuss the impact of technological innovation and disruption on the global and regional financial l...

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The 6th Latin America Project & Infrastructure Finance Dinner

LatinFinance’s Project & Infrastructure Finance Dinner, now in its 6th year, has become the landmark annual gathering for Latin America and the Caribbean’s project and infrastructure community. Join us again this October -- alongside the region’s top infrastructure developers, investors, policymakers, regulators, financiers and advisors -- for the industry event of the year. This unrivaled networking event will also feature LatinFinance’s annual awards for excellence in the project & infrastructure marketplace.

LatinFinance’s Project & Infrastructure Finance Dinner, now in its 6th year, has become the landmark annual gathering for Latin America and ...

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The 4th Latin America Project & Infrastructure Finance Summit

LatinFinance will convene the leading project sponsors, infrastructure investors, financiers and regulators in Latin American and the Caribbean for a series of high-level discussions on the big themes impacting the region’s project and infrastructure finance marketplace. Join us in New York for fresh insight, vigorous debate and high-level networking at the Project & Infrastructure Finance Summit the morning of our annual industry dinner.

LatinFinance will convene the leading project sponsors, infrastructure investors, financiers and regulators in Latin American and the Caribb...

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The 17th Brazil Finance & Investment Forum

Hopes are high that Brazil’s new administration will succeed in pushing through game-changing reforms just as the economy starts to recover in earnest. The stakes are high, but the rewards even higher –for companies and investors eager to put capital to work in what many hope will be a new era for Brazil. Amid renewed optimism for the marketplace, LatinFinance returns to São Paulo to convene top public officials, industry leaders and local and international investors for candid discussion on the rapidly evolving outlook –and how to be sure that this time is different.

Hopes are high that Brazil’s new administration will succeed in pushing through game-changing reforms just as the economy starts to recover ...

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The Brazil Subnational Finance & Infrastructure Forum

Sustainable, long-term growth at the national level in Brazil calls for sound local government finances – and also increased investment, especially in critical infrastructure. This understanding is at the core of LatinFinance’s Brazil Subnational Finance & Infrastructure Forum, where we will bring together Brazil’s state and municipal government leaders for a series of high-level discussions and 1-1 meetings with international and local project developers, institutional investors, financiers and advisors, alongside key decision-makers in the federal government. This dynamic new event, to be hosted this year in the State of São Paulo, draws on LatinFinance’s years of experience helping mobilize capital at the local level across Latin America.

Sustainable, long-term growth at the national level in Brazil calls for sound local government finances – and also increased investment, esp...

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The 16th Annual IDB Breakfast

While capital flows to emerging markets have rebounded so far in 2019, cross border debt issuance from Latin America and the Caribbean has fallen versus prior years. The economic outlook for the region as a whole is starting to improve, despite challenges in major economies, thanks in part to relatively benign global conditions and stable commodity prices. This special, high-level discussion, with some of the region’s top economic policymakers, investors and financiers, will explore the implications of all this on sovereign credit and investing in Latin America and the Caribbean in the year ahead.

While capital flows to emerging markets have rebounded so far in 2019, cross border debt issuance from Latin America and the Caribbean has f...

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The 5th Central America Finance & Investment Forum

As global trade wars and tight financial conditions offset an otherwise positive outlook for Central America and the Caribbean, those nations continue to be buoyed by the prospect of a strong US economy. But local socio-political tensions pose significant risks. With critical fiscal reforms now approved in Costa Rica and strong growth expected to continue in Panama and other economies of Central America, LatinFinance’s 5th Central America Finance & Investment Forum will explore the investment opportunities and challenges for the years ahead.

As global trade wars and tight financial conditions offset an otherwise positive outlook for Central America and the Caribbean, those nation...

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The 4th Caribbean Finance & Investment Forum

Against an ever more uncertain global environment, Caribbean economies are stepping up their engagement with the global financial markets and taking steps toward reforms for longer term sustainable growth. This event is uniquely designed to explore new priorities for economic and fiscal reform in the region, its corporate investment agenda, financial markets fundraising strategies and new opportunities for banks and investors alike.

Against an ever more uncertain global environment, Caribbean economies are stepping up their engagement with the global financial markets an...

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The 14th Cumbre Financiera Mexicana

Following an overwhelming electoral victory, Mexico’s new administration is wasting no time in pursuing its signature economic and social agenda. However, a slowing domestic economy combined with an uncertain external environment could complicate efforts. Join LatinFinance on April 30 as we sit down with key government officials, corporate and financial leaders and local and international investors to discuss Mexico’s economic outlook and investment opportunities under the new administration.

Following an overwhelming electoral victory, Mexico’s new administration is wasting no time in pursuing its signature economic and social ag...

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The 9th Latin America China Investors Forum

Corporate and government leaders from both Latin America and China gather to discuss the dynamics of the economic relationships between the 2 regions. Now in its ninth year, the forum will explore the path that successful deals have followed, and explore the most compelling opportunities and sectors between these two powerhouses.

Corporate and government leaders from both Latin America and China gather to discuss the dynamics of the economic relationships between the ...

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LatinFinance Deals of the Year Awards Dinner

LatinFinance’s Annual Deals of the Year Awards Dinner celebrates the outstanding institutions and transactions in the capital markets of Latin America and the Caribbean during the period from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018.

LatinFinance’s Annual Deals of the Year Awards Dinner celebrates the outstanding institutions and transactions in the capital markets of Lat...

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LatinFinance's 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner

LatinFinance turns thirty this year. To celebrate three decades of progress in the markets and economies we cover, we are launching a commemorative special edition of our flagship magazine in December 2018, to coincide with a celebratory gala & awards dinner, where we will recognize outstanding achievements that are shaping Latin America’s markets today, and those that will define its future.

LatinFinance turns thirty this year. To celebrate three decades of progress in the markets and economies we cover, we are launching a commem...

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The 11th Infrastructure & Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit

Now in its 11th edition, this summit provides an essential platform to assess and develop the coming years outlook in this important market. Gathering Mexican state and municipal government officials together with global & local investors, financiers, project sponsors, concessionaires and operators for a series of panel discussions and 1-1 meetings on Mexico's sub-sovereign finances, as well as the outlook for energy, transportation, and telecommunications sectors, among other important topics.

Now in its 11th edition, this summit provides an essential platform to assess and develop the coming years outlook in this important market....

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The 3rd Caribbean Finance & Investment Forum

As Caribbean economies continue their recovery, LatinFinance returns to Jamaica to explore topics such as financial markets infrastructure reforms, efforts towards regional integration, key characteristics of Caribbean sovereign and corporate fixed income securities, and investments towards maintaining the regions competitiveness in the tourism marketplace.

As Caribbean economies continue their recovery, LatinFinance returns to Jamaica to explore topics such as financial markets infrastructure r...

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The 4th Latin America Japan Investors Forum

As part of LatinFinance’s Capital Introduction Series, this forum has been uniquely designed to explore how Latin American corporations and governments can best work with their Japanese peers across the pacific to create sustained macro-economic stability, boost the flow of investment, and advance commercial ties.

As part of LatinFinance’s Capital Introduction Series, this forum has been uniquely designed to explore how Latin American corporations and ...

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