FREE WEBINAR: Latin America in 2014: Economic Growth, Challenges and Opportunities – March 18

What are the challenges facing emerging markets in 2014 and what factors will drive economic growth in Latin America during the coming year?

Join us for our free webinar on Tuesday March 18 (11:00-11.45 EST, 15:00–15:45 GMT) as we explore how global economic rebalancing dynamics are impacting Latin America. We’ll highlight the economies which are most vulnerable to the slowdown in China (Brazil, Chile and Peru) and look at the winners from faster growth in the US, such as Mexico and Colombia.

We’ll also discuss the region’s most volatile economies, Argentina and Venezuela, before revealing our list of markets with the potential to stand out amid ongoing reforms.

Register now to discover:

  • The drivers of economic growth in Latin America, viewed in a global context
  • The major inflection points in the political and economic trajectories of major economies, and how these could affect the economic landscape of the region
  • Opportunities for investors in frontier markets including Bolivia, Ecuador and Paraguay

This webinar is free to attend. Register now to reserve to your place.

Who should attend?

Anyone with a focus on Latin American operations.  In particular, investors who are looking to explore opportunities in emerging markets following recent financial market volatility should be interested in the differing outlooks we provide on select markets in Latin America.

Who is presenting?

Mark Schaltuper - Head of Americas Research, BMI
Mark studied finance and economics as an undergraduate before reading International Relations at the London School of Economics at postgraduate level.  Since 2000 he has been working at Business Monitor International, covering Latin America and previously Europe. His main areas of research include the sustainability of balance of payments flows, equity and fixed income markets, and monetary policy. He was previously a research analyst at Chatham House in the Energy, Environment and Development Programme.  

How much does this webinar cost to attend?

The webinar is free to attend and places are offered on a first come, first served basis.  Email us to register.