NEW YORK, (March 10, 2022).- Mexico’s economic recovery will take center stage at LatinFinance’s Latin America Capital Markets Summit in New York Thursday, March 10th, where the country’s finance minister is set to deliver a keynote address and take questions from investors on the administration’s reform agenda amid mounting domestic and global challenges.
Finance Minister Rogelio Ramirez De la O will open the discussions, which will take place at Gotham Hall in New York and will be available via Livestream to a wider audience.
Other speakers include the executive finance director of Brazilian state energy company Petrobras, Ricardo Besada, who will discuss Brazil’s energy sector at a time of sharply rising prices.
Sovereign debt officials from Mexico, Panama, and Peru will join in a discussion with financiers on the challenges facing public credit management at a time of rising inflation, tightening monetary conditions, and limited fiscal space.ADVERTISEMENT
The summit will also feature a panel on long-term investment in Latin America, with World Bank private sector arm IFC, private equity firm KKR and Korean Export-Import Bank reflecting on the investment thesis for the region still emerging from the shadow of the pandemic.
Source: El Economista