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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Yale Club of NYC

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4:30 pm



5:00 pm


Welcome Remarks

5:05 pm


Keynote Address – Argentina Post-Elections:

Emmanuel Álvarez Agis, Economist, former Deputy Minister of Economy, Argentina, Co-Founder, PxQ Consultores

5:30 pm


Mexico Energy Sector:

A conversation with Dr. Juan José Suárez Coppel, Economist, former CEO, Pemex


Moderated by Ignacio Quesada, RTS Partner, McKinsey & Company, former CFO, Pemex

6:00 pm


Panel Discussion: Market leaders’ take on the year ahead for Brazil, Mexico and Argentina


Brazil: Key features of the new Brazilian bankruptcy code. Will Brazilian companies come back to the international debt markets in 2020? Regulatory changes in telecom and mining and effects on Vale, Samarco, CSN, Usiminas and Oi.


Mexico: What is the end game for Alpek, Idesa and the drillers given how Pemex has been operating? Security issues affecting Posadas and non-bank lenders. AMLO one year later.


Argentina: carving out Vaca Muerta. Will electricity generators restructure?



Natalia Lima

EM Corporate Credit, São Paulo

Robert Rauch

Senior Partner & Emerging Markets Portfolio Manager, Gramercy Funds Management, New York

Bruno Kurzweil de Oliveira

Partner, TWK Advogados, São Paulo

Tieu-Bich Nguyen

Head of Fixed Income Research, Taiping Asset Management, Hong Kong

Jean Paul Farah

Partner, Ritch Mueller, Mexico City

Daniel Lerner

Managing Director, Global Corporate Credit, Carval Investors, New York


Moderated by: Maria Fernanda Blaser, Managing Editor, REDD Latin America

7:00 pm


Closing Remarks

7:05 pm
8:30 pm

Cocktail Reception

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4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cocktail Reception