NEW YORK, Sept. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Latin Markets, the organizers of The Private Equity Brazil Forum, the largest investor-focused private markets forum in Latin America, have announced today that Dan Quayle, David Rubenstein, Marc Lasry, Glenn Hutchins and Henrique Meirelles have confirmed to join other industry leaders and speakers at the event.
This event, now in its 4th year, will gather the region's largest number of local and global pension funds, foundations, endowments, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, private banks, and fund of funds to discuss private market investing in Latin American and around the world.
Some of the sessions at this year's event include:
- "Latin American Pension Fund Chief Investment Officer Roundtable"
- "Foundation & Endowments Investing in Brazil"
- "Agriculture & Timber Investments in Brazil"
- "Global Private Equity for South American Pension Funds"
- "Venture Capital Investments in Brazil and throughout Latin America"
- "Latin American & Brazilian Family Office & Private Wealth Allocations to Private Equity"
This invitation-only forum will gather chief investment officers, heads of private equity and investment staff from the largest institutional investors actively involved in the private equity industry.
Some of the leading global investors joining the event include:
Mauricio Marcellini, CIO, Funcef
Dhvani Shah, CIO, Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
Mauricio Wanderley, CIO, Valia
Mary Law, Senior Portfolio Manager, Wake Forest University
Richard Hall, Head of Private Markets, Texas Teachers'
The complete conference agenda and details are available at http://www.latinmarkets.org/forums/private-equity-brazil-forum/agenda
For additional conference information, or to register, contact Brandon Link at 212-696-0821 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference is presented by Latin Markets, a leading provider of executive education and networking events for real estate, infrastructure, private equity and hedge fund investment professionals. Latin Markets leading brands include the Private Equity Brazil Forum, the Hedge Fund Brazil Forum, and the Private Equity Latin America Forum. Headquartered in New York City, Latin Markets was formed in 2009. For more information, visit www.latinmarkets.org.
SOURCE Latin Markets