VIDEO REPLAY - The 5th Latin America Capital Markets Summit

VIDEO REPLAY - The 5th Latin America Capital Markets Summit

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Top Latin American government ministers, leading investors and financial analysts gathered in New York on Wednesday January 29, 2020 to discuss current economic and market conditions in the region. They met during the 5th Latin America Capital Markets Summit hosted by LatinFinance. This event dovetails with our annual Deals of the Year Awards ceremony and dinner.

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Event highlights

Keynote Address
Arturo Herrera, Secretary of Finance & Public Credit, Mexico

Latin America 2020: The Sovereign Outlook
Alexei Remizov, Managing Director - Head of Latin America DCM, Head of Financial Solutions - Americas, HSBC
José de Luna, Director of Public Credit, Mexico
José Olivares, Head of Public Credit, Peru
Patricio Sepúlveda, Director of Public Credit, Chile

Brazil 2020: The Privatization Agenda
Leonardo Cabral, Managing Director, Chief Privatizations Officer, BNDES
Andrea Marques de Almeida, CFO, Petrobras
Raphael Barreau, Acquisitions, Investments and Financial Advisory Officer, Engie

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EXCLUSIVE: Mexico's Herrera sees trade deal a point of calm in uncertain global environment

Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera started off the morning with a keynote address, highlighting the government's push to complete a revamp of the 26-year old North American Free Trade Agreement, now known as the US-Canada-Mexico Agreement (USCMA), with an eye toward lowering the level of major global uncertainty.

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EXCLUSIVE: Peru focuses on liability management operations

Peru plans to emphasize liability management exercises in its approach to international debt markets this year and could explore an operation in the euro market, said José Olivares, the head of financial markets management at the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF).

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EXCLUSIVE: Petrobras sticks to rapid divestment plans

Brazil's state-owned oil company Petrobras will stick to an aggressive divestment plan in 2020, seeking to substitute low-earning assets with high-return holdings as quickly as possible, said CFO Andrea Almeida.

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EXCLUSIVE: LatAm expands green offerings in international bond market

Investors have a growing appetite for sovereign green bonds from Latin America as governments come up with an increasing number of project that satisfy demand for environmentally conscious investing, panelists said at the summit.

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