Please join us on November 7th at the Harvard Club of New York City for REDD Latin America’s High Yield & Distressed Fall Summit to discuss the prospects for Latin American sovereigns and corporates
REDD’s Fall Summit 2023 will convene 200+ global institutional investors and advisers to hear leading experts discuss this year's important milestones and 2024 prospects for Latin America's largest economies.
The by-invitation only Summit will be closed to the press and will not be recorded or covered in any way. Our closed-door approach encourages a candid exchange of information and experiences. We would be honored to have you and will be in contact shortly to hopefully confirm your participation.
AGENDA AND SPEAKERS:
On the sovereign side, what are the expectations for 2024? This year is ending with Argentina electing a new president and Gustavo Petro pushing for reforms in Colombia. Next year, Mexico and El Salvador head for presidential elections and Venezuela could finally start restructuring its debt.
On the corporate side, Brazilian issuers had a busy year, with many slipping into default. But what are the prospects for those companies next year? In Mexico, the new president might change policies, but it's unclear if that will be enough to attract more investments.
4:45 p.m. : Registration
5:25 p.m. : Opening Remarks
5:30 p.m. : Panel Discussion: Outlook for Latin American Sovereigns and Corporates in 2024
6:45 p.m.: Q & A
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.: Cocktail Reception
Bruno Baratta, Managing Director and Head of Brazil - Houlihan Lokey
Joy Gallup, Partner - Baker McKenzie
Lupin Rahman, Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager - PIMCO
Nathalie Marshik, Managing Director and Emerging Markets Sovereign Analyst - BNP Paribas
Patricio Fabián Hidalgo Estrada, Partner - Guerra, Hidalgo y Mendoza, S.C.
Raul Gallegos, Vice President Emerging Markets Debt – Morgan Stanley
Moderator: Maria Fernanda Blaser, Managing Editor - REDD Latin America
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