ANBIMA – Brazilian Financial and Capital Markets Association – and B3 once again join forces to launch a major initiative: the Brazilian Capital Markets Conference. The event brings together representatives of key players in the Brazilian financial market to further enhance the relevance of our capital markets.
On September 3 and 4 we will welcome you to discuss with renowned Brazilian and international speakers the opportunities and future prospects of capital markets, an important driving force for economic development.
ANBIMA’s president and B3’s CEO welcome guests and officially open the Brazilian Capital Markets Conference. Then Dyogo Oliveira (BNDES president), Marcelo Barbosa (CVM president) and Reinaldo Le Grazie (Central Bank of Brazil) and other authorities attending the event are invited to speak.
Representatives from large financial institutions discuss how capital markets can be consolidated as a long-term financing instrument. The speakers include: Renato Ejnisman (Bradesco BBI), Christian Egan (Itaú BBA), Roberto Campos (Santander), and Daniel Lemos (XP Investimentos). Moderator: José Eduardo Laloni (ANBIMA and Banco ABC Brasil).
Half a century after man first stepped on the moon, a new space race is attracting the attention of humankind. Instead of superpowers, mega entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos (Amazon) and Elon Musk (Tesla) are the key players in this race. Sidney Nakahodo, a Columbia University professor and CEO of the New York Space Alliance, will talk about the conquest of space through commercial activities, its impact on the global economy and society, and how such changes prompt us to reflect on our own place in the universe.
BNDES president Dyogo Oliveira, José Guilherme Cuz Souza (Vinci Partner), Miguel Setas (EDP Brazil) and Sandro Kohler Marcondes (Santander) discuss alternatives to enable long-term financing. Moderator: Cristiano Cury (BTG Pactual).
Brazilian journalist and talk show host Pedro Bial interviews personalities with a critical eye on Brazil: how we got where we are and what we can expect for the country’s future.
Climate change impacts the risk matrix that companies and investors need to consider in their business assessments. Experts, companies and managers discuss how to incorporate those impacts and the importance of improving disclosure of information on climate-related financial risks. Speakers: Carlos André (BBDTVM) and Luis Eduardo Osorio (Vale). Moderator: Denise Pavarina (Bradesco).
Two experts analyze some structural indicators of the Brazilian society and economy and outline scenarios that go beyond the recent political-institutional crisis. Speakers: James Robinson (Harvard professor) and Pedro Malan (former Brazilian Finance minister).
The recent evolution of the Brazilian economy and its relation with the restrictions imposed by economic and political institutions to long-term economic development. Speaker: Brazilian economist and professor Claudio Ferraz.
Executives from large corporations share their experiences with capital markets access and their different views on the process: strengths and weaknesses; advantages and disadvantages of using market instruments to finance growth, reduce indebtedness, or make mergers and acquisitions. Moderator: Christiane Pelajo (journalist).
A Brazilian specialist comments on the impact of fake news on the public and private spheres. Fueled by social media networks, fake news now affects companies with consequences on business and capital markets.
Economists responsible for the government programs of the main candidates running for presidency in this year’s elections in Brazil talk about their proposals for the country, especially regarding their economic growth agenda.
Tentative schedule (subject to change)
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An unheard of venue to host a financial market event, the Latin America Memorial’s striking lines convey the modernity, strength and fluidity of the Brazilian capital markets.
Designed by the acclaimed Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, the venue is a São Paulo landmark and is easily accessible from the city’s main west thoroughfares.
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