The Latin America & the Caribbean Institutional Investors Forum is a pan-regional meeting focused on and designed alongside leading Institutional Investors in Latin America including Central Banks, Pension Funds, Insurance Companies, Investment Consultants and Sovereign Reserves. The one day meeting will demystify the low yield environment and establish best practices in selection of external asset managers.
The forum provides direct and unique access to an increasingly sophisticated allocation and regulation community eager to gain education from external and local experts.
Edgar Cartagena Director of Economics and Statistics Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador
Ricardo Martinelli Head of Investment Division Banco Central do Brasil
Abdiel Santiago Technical Secretary Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Republic of Panama
Gonzalo Chavez Fixed Income Portfolio Manager and Lecturer Universidad del Pacífico
Everette E. Frazer Investment Manager BVI Social Security Board
Jorge Anibal del Cid Director of International Monetary Reserves and Risk Analysis Banco de Guatemala
Eduardo Espino Robles Portfolio Manager Banco de México
Ariel Herrera Deputy General Manager of Finance and Treasury Banco Nacional de Panama
Juan Sebastian Restrepo Portfolio Manager AFP Old Mutual
Eduardo Parra Chief Executive Officer Afore Azteca
Rodolfo Baca Gomez-Sanchez Chief Risk Officer` Oficina de Normalizacion Previsional
Jaime Casassus Member and Consultant Ministry of Finance of Chile
Ana María Jul Former Vice President Financial Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Finance of Chile
Luis Alfredo Cureño Head of Investments AXA Seguros
Adolfo Espinoza Cruz, FRM Deputy Director – Market & Liquidity Risk Management Afore InverCap
Rene Marcelo Guerra Investment Manager AFP Crecer
Jorge Laitano Head of Investments AFP Atlantida
Alejandro Zetina Vice President of Finance Seguros Sura
Through a series of interactive discussions and presentations we will provide a fresh perspective on the following:
How are the region’s Central Banks influencing markets and stabilizing reserves through allocations to Fixed Income Instruments?
Fixed Income has been a traditional safe haven for Latin American institutional investors – which markets offer the safest returns and how does fixed income fit in a sophisticated asset allocation strategy?
How do we manage the downside?
What tools are out there to mitigate risk?
With the U.S. expected to raise interest rates in 2016, what will be the effects of Fixed Income allocations throughout the region?
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