9 - 10 December 2024
JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa

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650+
Senior Capital Markets Attendees
75+
Industry Expert Speakers
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Director-Level or Above

WELCOME TO BONDS, LOANS & ESG CAPITAL MARKETS LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN 2024

9TH & 10TH DECEMBER | JW MARRIOTT MIAMI TURNBERRY RESORT & SPA

"LatAm & Caribbean's largest corporate & investment banking event"

Are you active in LatAm & Caribbean's capital markets? Do you want to expand your business in this space?

We are the no. 1 business meetings facilitator for LatAm & Caribbean's capital markets. This is LatAm & Caribbean's largest and most senior corporate & investment banking event. The annual meeting place for senior decision-makers from LatAm & Caribbean's capital markets community. This in-person event will bring together 650+ leading governments, corporates, investors, banks, law firms, regulators and service providers from over 30 countries in 1 location, and feature 75+ expert speakers.

Attendees use this unique pan-regional gathering of LatAm & Caribbean's capital markets leaders to re-connect with existing clients, build strong business relations with prospects and hear the market's financial leaders speak on how they are navigating the current economic climate/share their expectations for 2025.

ENQUIRIES: email Marketing@GFCMediaGroup.com

HOW DO WE DELIVER A HIGH ROI FOR ATTENDEES?


MEETINGS & NETWORKING:

WE ARE THE NO. 1 BUSINESS MEETINGS FACILITATOR IN LATAM & CARIBBEAN'S CAPITAL MARKETS

  • No other event will gather senior decision-makers from all of your key capital markets clients & prospects together in 1 location, so that you can host countless meetings to accelerate deals/win new business in 1 place.
  • No other event will deliver as many high-quality business connections as a result of just 2 days out of the office. We attract the most important local & international stakeholders from across LatAm & Caribbean so that you can expand business in these markets without the usual time and travel costs.

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EXPERT MARKET INSIGHTS:

The world’s leading pan-LatAm & Caribbean debt event is also complemented by an agenda of expert market insights provided by 75+ industry leading speakers, allowing attendees to hear how the region’s local & international financial leaders are navigating the current economic climate/share expectations for the future and benchmark.

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WE ARE THE ONLY EVENT TO:

  • Provide 6-12 month macro outlooks for sovereigns, corporates and financial institutions across Latin America & Caribbean
  • Bring international and local investors together with Latin American & Caribbean issuers to define and analyse the roadmap for raising local capital in 2025
  • Connect recent issuers and corporates with multi-Latin American & Caribbean financial institutions, government bodies and international players

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COMPANIES THAT ATTEND:

490+ senior LatAm & Caribbean financial executives from 190+ companies and 35 countries attended in 2023.

650+ attendees are expected in 2024.

Countries Represented: Argentina, Aruba, Austria, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Spain, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Türkiye, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay & more

2024 Recently Confirmed Attendees:

  • ACCS Caribbean BV
  • Actinver
  • Adamantine
  • AMATEPA
  • Amermhi
  • Andino Investment Holding S.A.A.
  • Arias Law
  • Atik Capital
  • Austral Group
  • Banco de Crédito e Inversiones
  • Banco Monex
  • BancTrust
  • Bladex
  • BNY Mellon
  • Bracewell
  • Brasil Distressed Consultoria
  • Bustamante Fabara
  • Calma Family Office
  • Camposol S.A.
  • Capital Estrategico de Colombia
  • Cargill Financial Services
  • Cemig
  • Cescon Barrieu Flesch & Barreto Advogados
  • Cinépolis
  • CMPC
  • Credit Agricole CIB
  • Creel
  • Creighton Hill Capital Partners
  • Cuatrecasas
  • Decameron All Inclusive Hotels and Resorts
  • ERM Group, Inc
  • Federated Hermes
  • FEMSA
  • Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional S.A.
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Frontera Energy
  • Garrigues
  • Generadora Metropolitnaa
  • GFH Financial Group
  • Goncalves Pereira S.A.S
  • GRUPO BBF
  • Haliwell Financial
  • Heritage Financial Advisors S.A.S.
  • HSBC
  • Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
  • Ica Fluor Daniel, S. De R.L. De C.V.
  • IFC, World Bank Group
  • Inkia Energy
  • IQ Energia INC
  • IRT Finance Advisory LTD.
  • ISA
  • Itau
  • JA Capitals
  • JHSF UK
  • John Laing Group
  • Kapital Financial services SAS
  • Key Mining
  • Kirkland & Ellis LLP
  • Latin2China Holdings
  • Liberty Latin America
  • Luxembourg Stock Exchange
  • Mabe
  • Mayer Brown LLP
  • MetLife Investment Management
  • Mijares Angoitia Cortes y Funetes (MACF)
  • Mitsubishi Power Americas
  • Monarca Mineral, Inc
  • Monex
  • Morgan & Morgan
  • NEST CAPITAL INC
  • Ocorian
  • Proecuador
  • Proparco
  • Prudential Private Capital
  • Rebaza, Alcazar & De las Casas Law Firm
  • Rimac Seguros
  • Ritch Mueller
  • Rodrigo, Elias & Medrano Abogados
  • Rubio Leguía Normand
  • Ruya Partners
  • S&P Global Ratings
  • Saavi Energia
  • Sainz Abogados
  • Sami Capital
  • Sanlam
  • Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd.
  • Siemens
  • Sinergas
  • Skadden
  • Sociedad Civil De Responsabilidad Limitada
  • Tecnoglass
  • U.S. Trade & Development Agency
  • UMB Bank
  • UNDP
  • UrAmerica Ltd.
  • Vantage Risk
  • Victorian Group
  • Vienna Stock Exchange
  • Vinte
  • White & Case LLP

2023 Attendees:

  • ACCS Caribbean BV
  • ACP Securities
  • Adamantine
  • AEGEA
  • Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocumen
  • Aeropuertos Argentina 2000
  • Allianz Global Investors
  • Altaniacapital
  • Amancay Partners
  • Amazon
  • America Movil
  • Amicorp Group
  • Andean Telecom Partners
  • Andes Mining & Energy Corp.
  • Andino Investment Holding
  • Arias
  • Arnold & Porter
  • Artisan Partners
  • Atlas Renewable Energy
  • Austral Group
  • Avianca
  • Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras
  • Bachiler en Ingeniería
  • Banco BTG Pactual
  • Banco Cooperativo Sicredi
  • Banco de Credito del Peru
  • Banco De Crédito E Inversiones (BCI)
  • Banco de Occidente
  • Banco Itau
  • Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Economico e Social (BNDES)
  • Banco Sabadell
  • Bancolombia
  • BancTrust
  • BancTrust and Co. Investment Bank
  • BBF Brasil Bio Fuels S/A
  • BBVA
  • BCI Miami
  • BD Capital
  • Beel Infrastructure Partners
  • Bermuda Stock Exchange
  • BID Invest
  • Bladex - Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior
  • BMR Energy LLC
  • BNDES
  • BNP Paribas
  • BNY Mellon
  • Bracewell
  • Brigard Urrutia
  • Bustamante Fabara
  • CAF - Development Bank of Latin America
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
  • Capital Estratégico de Colombia
  • Capital Group
  • Capstonemx
  • Cargill
  • CBC
  • CEMEX
  • Cemig
  • Cengiz Construction Industry and Trade
  • CFE
  • Challenger Management
  • CIA Energ Minas Gerais (CEMIG)
  • CIBC First Caribbean International Bank
  • Cinepolis
  • Citi
  • Climate Kick
  • Cofco International
  • Comision Federal de Electricidad
  • Constructora Amco
  • COPETROL S.A.
  • Corporacion Multi Inversiones
  • Cotemar
  • CrediQ
  • Credit Agricole CIB
  • Creighton Hill Capital Partners
  • CSC
  • Cuatrecasas
  • Cydsa
  • Deloitte
  • Devimar
  • DigitalBridge
  • DNB Markets
  • Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange
  • Eaton Vance Corporation
  • Ecopetrol
  • Empresas CMPC
  • ERM Group
  • Esentia Energy Services
  • ESP Apartments
  • EXI Funds
  • Export Development Canada
  • FEMSA
  • Finance Colombia
  • FINSIGHT
  • Fitch Ratings
  • FlatStone Capital Advisors
  • Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV)
  • Fourshare Partners
  • Frontera Energy
  • Galicia Abogados
  • Gallagher
  • GARRIGUES MEXICO
  • Genneia
  • Global Capital Consult LLC
  • Global Infrastructure Partners
  • GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes
  • Government of Belize
  • Gramercy
  • Greenberg Traurig
  • Grupo Argos
  • Grupo Bimbo
  • Grupo Capem
  • Grupo Collado
  • Grupo Indi
  • Grupsa Colombia
  • HILCO GLOBAL MÉXICO
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Holland & Knight
  • Home Mortgage Bank
  • Hoteles Decameron
  • HR Ratings
  • HSBC
  • Hudson Sustainable Group
  • I Squared Capital
  • ICBC Argentina
  • ICBC Mexico
  • ICBC Standard
  • ICBC Standard Bank
  • IDB Invest
  • Ignis Energia
  • Independent
  • ING Capital
  • Ingenio Magdalena
  • Inkia Energy
  • Innergex
  • InspIR Group
  • Inter-American Development Bank
  • International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • Intesa Sanpaolo
  • IQ Energia
  • ISA
  • Itau BBA
  • Izzi Telecom
  • J.P. Morgan
  • JBS Foods
  • Jefferies
  • JHSF
  • Kallpa Generacion
  • Kapital Financial Services
  • KfW IPEX-Bank
  • Ki Tov Investment
  • Kirkland & Ellis
  • KKR
  • Liberty Latin America
  • Lima Airport Partners
  • Linklaters LLP
  • London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)
  • Loomis, Sayles & Company
  • Luxembourg Stock Exchange
  • LW Investments
  • Machado Meyer
  • Macquarie Group
  • Mashreq Bank
  • Mayer Brown
  • MDC Trading
  • MegaFlux Inc
  • Mercantil
  • MetLife
  • Milbank LLP
  • Millicom
  • Ministerio de Hacienda, Paraguay
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance, Peru
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance, Uruguay
  • Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Barbados
  • Ministry of Finance, Chile
  • Ministry of Finance, Dominican Republic
  • Ministry of Finance, Ecuador
  • Mitsubishi Power
  • Monachil Capital Partners
  • Moody's Investors Service Ltd.
  • Morrow Sodali
  • MSF Capital Advisors
  • Munich Re
  • Nest Capital
  • New Frontier Global
  • Newfoundland Capital
  • Nuveen Investments
  • Occidente Panamá
  • Ocorian
  • Odinsa
  • Oleoducto De Colombia
  • Orange Cube Investments
  • Paper Excellence
  • Patria Investments
  • Petrobras
  • Phoenix Tower International
  • Piquet Realty
  • Plata
  • Porto Itapoa
  • Posse Herrera Ruiz
  • PPU
  • ProChile - Trade Commission of Chile
  • ProColombia
  • ProEcuador
  • Promigas
  • Proparco
  • Prudential Private Capital
  • QMC Telecom
  • Raizen
  • Raymond James
  • Rebaza, Alcazar & De Las Casas Law Firm
  • Red Capital Partners
  • Ritch Mueller
  • Rodrigo Elí­as & Medrano Abogados
  • Rubio Leguía Normand
  • S&P Global Ratings
  • Saavi Energia
  • Sacyr
  • SAESA
  • Sainz Abogados
  • Sainzmx
  • Santander
  • Scala Data Centers
  • Scotiabank
  • Secretaría De Hacienda Y Crédito Público, Mexico
  • Secretaria Do Tesouro Nacional (STN)
  • Senavin
  • Shearman & Sterling
  • Sidley Austin
  • Siemens
  • Sinergia Verde S.A. De C.V.
  • Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom
  • SMBC
  • SMBC Nikko Capital Markets
  • Society Venture Group
  • Soma Gold Corp.
  • Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname NV
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking
  • Sustainable Fitch
  • SVA Peru
  • Techint
  • Tecnoglass
  • Termocandelaria
  • Termotasajero
  • Tern Analytics
  • The Rohatyn Group
  • TMF Group
  • Tranquillitas Irt
  • Trina Solar
  • Trinidad Generation Unlimited
  • Triton Trading S.A.
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • UBS
  • UMB Bank
  • UNDP
  • US Department of Treasury
  • USTDA
  • Vestas Capital
  • Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)
  • Vision Brazil Investments
  • Vive Energia
  • Vouga Abogados
  • Wamex Private Equity
  • White & Case
  • Whitehall and Company
  • Winston & Strawn LLP
  • XP Investimentos

BENEFITS OF SPONSORING:

  1. CONNECT, DO BUSINESS & DELIVER ROI THROUGH OUR 1-2-1 MEETINGS CONCIERGE SERVICE: select who you want to meet pre-event, then our dedicated meeting concierge team pre-arrange & schedule your targeted meetings for the event dates so you can get in front of your clients & partners in an exclusive branded meeting space

  2. SAVE TIME & MONEY ON TRAVEL: meet 650+ senior regional & international decision-makers (89% director-level or above) from 30+ countries in 1 location

  3. SHOWCASE YOUR EXPERTISE: by speaking & presenting a case study to a room full of 650+ existing & potential capital markets clients

  4. INCREASE MARKET AWARENESS: amongst 650+ key stakeholders by taking an exhibition space & demonstrating your products & services
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5. INCREASE YOUR BRAND'S PRESENCE: through the numerous branding opportunities available

6. ACCELERATE DEALS: 650+ senior decision-makers from your capital markets clients attend to move deals along with partners

7. WIN MORE BUSINESS: your prospects proactively seek out new business partners at the event & can request meetings with sponsors they want to do business with. Sponsorship packages also include staff passes so you can cover more clients

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2024 AGENDA:

The US/LatAm relationship in the spotlight: How will this evolve given the upcoming US elections?

  • What are current expectations of the (new) US government, and how will this directly impact Latin America in the short, medium and longer-term?
  • To what extent have/are non-LatAm related tensions and conflicts (eg. the Ukrainian war), involving the US, indirectly impacting the continent? What does this mean for supply chains and trade barriers?
  • How is it envisaged that the 2026 review of the free trade agreement between the US and Mexico will unfold? How aggressive should we expect the US to be?

Country-by-country hot seat: Growth, investment, inflation and elections

Join us for a quickfire Q&A with the region’s leading and emerging economies. Find out from both Sovereigns and Economists as to how they view the current climate both in-country and externally, as well as their expectations for the coming 12 months. Get key updates on:

  • New vs. old administrations: In a year filled with elections, what can we expect to see in terms of GDP growth and FDI? Will certain sectors benefit more than others?
  • To what extent has the phenomenon of “nearshoring” had a positive impact on LatAm economies? Can we expect rating upgrades and/or increased investor appetite as a result?
  • How are varying inflationary rates, currency fluctuations and economic (and otherwise) reforms presenting opportunities and threats to Latin American and Caribbean economies?

Development Finance as an Asset Class: Demystifying perception vs. reality

  • Recap on performance: What does historical growth, returns and loss look like? How attractive does/should this make development finance as a financing tool?
  • What is the perceived risk within Emerging Markets, and specifically Latin America, vs. the reality of the risk? How do defaults, recoveries and expected loss ratios stack up against developed markets?
  • How can increased investment into this space be encouraged?
  • Spotlight on overperformance: As we see more money coming into this asset class, what does longer-term development look like, particularly vs. other lucrative asset classes such as the EM High Yield bond market?

Distressed debt and restructuring 101: A detailed look at trends, case studies and need-to-knows

  • Working on a case-by-case basis: Despite the (general) uniqueness of each scenario, are there any common trends/must-knows to be aware of when entering a default scenario?
  • How creative do you need to be when coming up with an actionable solution? What role do bankers and advisers play in this process?
  • When does “distressed” turn into “default”?
  • Is the general trend for distressed debt getting better or worse across the region?

This whistle-stop tour of distressed debt and restructuring will be immediately followed by a real-life case study, highlighting the complexities and decision-making process behind the journey:

  • Setting the stage for one of the largest and most complex debt restructurings this century: Venezuela under the microscope

Upping the competition: To what extent are multilaterals, government agencies and institutional investors catching up with the commercial sector in terms of active capital management?

  • What new and innovative financing options are these institutions able to provide Latin American borrowers and issuers? How do they differ from what the banks can offer?
  • What factors have brought about this increased appetite and activity in the region from the multilaterals and government agencies?
  • Which markets and/or sectors are most attractive to institutional investors? How has their role changed when it comes to more “direct lending”?
  • Is the trend of asset management firms investing in syndications with multilaterals expected to grow?
  • Exploring innovative and competitive bond and syndication products
  • How are multilaterals managing their capital and capital market-related risk transfer activities?

Closing the gap on local market development: How can Latin American countries use their differing successes to continue improving their own local capital market?

  • Setting benchmarks: What should be prioritised when it comes to setting standards across the region? Where have we previously seen the needle being moved successfully?
  • A closer look at Mexico and Brazil as examples of “well developed” Emerging Market economies.
  • What challenges do local and regional banks face due to a lack of benchmarking? How are Peruvian banks managing the lack of a floating inflationary benchmark? How does this impact the amount they are able to trade? What needs to be done to improve this?
  • Developing a local currency index: Understanding best practices and what impact this can have on local liquidity.
  • A closer look at Colombia’s success.

We want more (local) money(!): Unpacking the increased demand for local currency financing – what challenges is this presenting financiers with?

  • What has spurred the increased appetite from corporates to issue locally? How does pricing, tenor and terms stack up vs. hard currency?
  • What is the future outlook for this new trend?
  • What challenges is this (new) demand providing the banks with? How does this differ for local/regional vs. international banks?
  • To what extent does this play into the hands of institutional investors who are looking to take more of a leading role in these transactions?

Nearshoring: The transformative economic phenomenon – Mexico under the microscope

  • In what way has (and is) nearshoring contributing to the successful implementation, and sustainability, of Mexican supply chains?
  • Enhancing collaboration and breaking down logistical barriers: How has Mexico used nearshoring to boost economic growth? What is the potential?
  • What do foreign companies need to know when navigating their nearshoring projects? What challenges can this bring? Is there a one-size-fits-a framework?

Increased volumes, increased competition, and a move towards Best Effort Syndications: How will these trends play out, and impact, the loan market over the coming 12 months?

  • To what extent have the various upcoming elections played a role in the record breaking amount of loan market activity we saw during the first half of the year?
  • Understanding the thought process behind pricing of transactions; what considerations are the banks making?
  • Why have we started seeing a move towards Best Effort Syndications, and an increased number of Club Deals?

With potential headwinds in the air (elections, fluctuating rates, margin management), how are Latin American corporates protecting their IG rating and market position?

  • How much financial leveraging are corporates actioning in order to improve their margins?
  • How popular are liability management exercises?
  • To what extent are fluctuating long-term rates impacting the way corporates are financing themselves?
  • Implementing ESG standards as a way to access better rates and access to markets.
  • Could we see increased momentum in M&A activity across LatAm, particularly during the lead up to the US elections? Which corporates are considering this as a viable option?

ESG information overload: How to match local taxonomies with international requirements

  • Given that many Latin American countries have their own taxonomy, how much of the international taxonomies are applicable day-to-day? What does this mean for countries without their own taxonomy?
  • How are issuers dealing with new requirements and criteria?
  • How should issuers be navigating the disclosure of information/documents for financing activities given conflicting rules from the SEC, Europe and banks?
  • The greenium requirement: What are investors actually demanding?

Innovations within the sustainable finance discussion: Where are the opportunities?

  • How is the market evolving vs. Europe and the US?
  • Unpacking new products within the market: A closer look at sustainably-linked derivatives, the commercial paper market, and the APS market – What is the potential?
  • The rise of Impact Funds and Sustainability Development Funds: Who are they? What can they offer? What are their requirements?
  • What is the potential for the increase in these new funds to expand across other asset classes, like money market funds?

Mapping out Latin America’s sustainability agenda: Where are the discrepancies in development from country-to-country? What can be done to ease these challenges?

  • What role are multilaterals and government agencies playing in terms of the mechanisms and guarantees they can offer potential issuers?
  • To what extent is this impacting country and company ability to attract investors?
  • How can the rest of the region learn from the likes of Mexico and Colombia, who are deemed “more developed” in terms of sustainability? What best practices can be implemented?
  • How important is the establishment of Sustainable Finance Teams within banks to aid in the development of these markets in-country?

Despite these hurdles, Banco de Crédito del Perú managed to successfully issue Peru’s first green bond. This real-life case study will uncover how:

  • Securing funding, investor recruitment, and pricing: How did BCP overcome these challenges to execute a first-of-its-kind issuance in Peru?

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WHY DOES YOUR INDUSTRY PARTICIPATE?

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Financial Services

  • To gain visibility amongst LatAm & Caribbean’s capital markets elite
  • To meet DCM bankers, law firm partners and treasurers/corporate finance teams from the region’s issuers in one location
  • To get in front of prospects who are proactively seeking new business partners and network/hold 1-2-1 meetings with senior decision-makers
  • To return to the office with high quality new business contacts and leads
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Regional Banks

  • To host Non-Deal Roadshow style meetings with LatAm & Caribbean’s most active international investors, banks & DFIs
  • To develop investor relations and effectively communicate their bank’s highlights/investment propositions to appropriate, senior decisionmakers that otherwise would not have been easily accessible or in one place at one time
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International Banks

  • To meet key corporates, sovereigns and developers active in LatAm & Caribbean’s capital markets in one location
  • To accelerate deals with current partners
  • To establish high-quality business connections with prospects
  • To connect with multilatinas (multinationals) interested in establishing/growing operations in their geographies
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Regional Law Firms

  • To stand out from competitors and ensure that they are viewed as the top law firm in their geography
  • To hold meetings with international law firms who can bring them in as regional law firm partners on deals
  • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors, banks & law firms with relevance to their deals in one location
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International Law Firms

  • To promote their firm and ensure that they are viewed as the top international law firm partner by regional law firms working on important deals across LatAm & Caribbean’s capital markets
  • To win new business from their LatAm & Caribbean DCM prospects
  • To expand business with existing partners
  • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors, banks & law firms in one location
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Corporates

  • To conduct face-to-face meetings with local and international FIs active across LatAm & Caribbean in one place, to discuss upcoming transactions and future financing strategies
  • To hear from and meet with other issuers and borrowers from across the region, sharing knowledge and experiences
  • To find out how others are managing market volatility for the next 12 months
  • To meet with potential and existing lenders and advisors
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Sovereigns

  • To conduct face-to-face meetings with local and international FIs active across LatAm & Caribbean in one place, to discuss upcoming transactions and possible financing strategies
  • To meet with government contemporaries to share strategies for the upcoming 6-12 months
  • To meet with investors to discuss financing strategies and upcoming transactions
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Investors

  • To conduct 1-2-1 meetings with senior decision-makers from LatAm & Caribbean corporates, governments and financial institutions in one place
  • To hear from and meet with other investors active across the region

ACCOMODATION:

We have negotiated a discounted rate for Standard Room Bedrooms at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa (event venue).

The discounted rate is available on the following dates: December 8th – December 11th 2024 (inclusive).

To book, please use this link: https://book.passkey.com/go/GFCMediaGroup

Alternatively, call 786-279-6770 and reference GFC Media Group annual meeting.

We recommend booking today as these rooms will sell out in advance.

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