Latin American countries have increased their international reserves substantially in the last 20 years. Brazil leads all LatAm countries with 370 billion in international reserves, followed by Mexico (190 billion), Peru (67 Billion), Colombia (47 billion) and Chile (41 billion).
As Latin American and Caribbean central banks define investment mandates and select asset managers, opportunities are arising for global managers. The investment teams from central banks around the region will meet at the Second Annual Latin America Fixed Income Investors Forum to be hosted at the Riu Hotel in Panama City on April 26th.
15% discount for attendees of the Andean American Associations!
The multiple panel conversations throughout the event will address the most recent developments for the biggest institutional investors in Latin America. For example, how are central banks from the region stabilizing reserves? What are they looking for in a manager when they are going through their due diligence process?
Confirmed Representatives from Central Banks Include:
+ Ricardo da Costa, Head of Investment Division – Foreign Reserves, Banco Central do Brasil
+ Luis Arias Castrillón, Head of Investments and Financial Futures, Banco de Mexico
+ José Andrés Olivares, Director of Financial Markets, Public Debt and Treasury Fund of Peru
+ Marco Ruiz, Head of International Investment, Banco Central de Colombia
+ Jaime Casassus, Member of the Financial Committee, Ministry of Finance of Chile
+ Oscar Cabrera Melgar, President, Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador
+ Alberto Graña, Director of Political Economy, and Markets, Banco Central del Uruguay
+ Sergio Recinos, Vice-President, Banco Central de Guatemala
+ Everette E. Frazer, Investment Manager, BVI Social Security Board (British Virgin Islands)
Registration is limited to 50 tickets. Please contact me if your firm would like to attend.