As the Institutional Revolutionary Party settles in for its return to power, many believe this is Mexico’s moment. From a macroeconomic standpoint, Mexico has seen positive economic growth through the financial crisis, has cut inflation in half, has kept its budget deficits to 2% and carries public sector debt at a level one-third of that of the United States. The country also stands as a leader in free trade, with more free trade agreements than any other of the Latin America nations. The Bloomberg Mexico Conference will look at the country from all angles, offer perspective on what to expect from public sector and private sector leaders as Mexico continues to hold the interest of the global investment community.
To analyze this and other cases, Bloomberg has organized a special one-day conference, where they will contemplate the country at every angle. During the day, where professional leaders of the financial sector will inform what they can expect from the public sectors and leaders of the public sector in the moment that Mexico still mantains interest in the global investment community.
Mexican minister of finance, Luis Videgaray Caso, has confirmed his assitance, along with the 44 potential members that they come across too. For example, Benito Berber, Latin American strategist of Nomura Securities; Eduardo Cepeda, President and CEO of JP Morgan Financial Group, Alonso Cervera, Managing Director of Fixed Income of Credit Suisse; Albert Chretin, CEO of Terrafina, and Jaime Lázaro, CEO of BBVA Bancomer Asset Management.
The Bloomberg conference will be celebrated in the New York Academy of Sciences on July 10. To obtain more information or to register, please contact Elena Tchainikova at +1 212 617 4820 or email@example.com