NEW YORK, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On May 9-10, Latin Markets will gather more than 300 institutional investors, funds, and advisors for the largest gathering of Latin American Private Equity investors in the northern hemisphere. The second annual Private Equity Latin America Forum will serve as a due diligence platform for international pension funds, foundations, endowments, fund of funds, family offices, wealth managers, consultants, and sovereign wealth funds interested in direct research on private investment opportunities.
Attendees can expect to:
- Meet with Latin American pension funds exploring international allocations to private equity. Pension funds in attendance include AFP Prima, AFP Profuturo, Peruvian State Pension Fund, Ecuadorian Social Security Fund, Funcef, AFP Crecer, Popular Pensiones, BN Vital, AFP Confia, Afore PensionISSSTE, Seguros Bolivar, Petros, Banesprev and Real Grandeza.
- Learn how global institutional investors are developing allocations to Latin American private equity including viewpoints from: New Mexico Public Employees Retirement, YMCA Retirement, Guardian Life Insurance, Allstate Investments, Altman Foundation, Carnegie Corporation and Okayama Metal & Machinery Pension.
- Receive sector specific updates on LatAm opportunities from local private equity funds from Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, regional LatAm funds, and global managers including: Efromovich/Silva Capital Partners, The Rohatyn Group, Advent International, Blackstone, NSG Capital, Southern Cross, Kandeo Fund, Acon Investments, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Carlyle and Tarpon Investimentos.
- Network with representatives from 15 countries including Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Argentina and Ecuador.
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Date: May 9-10, 2013
Event: The Private Equity Latin America Forum
Location: The Metropolitan Club, New York, NY
Advanced registration is recommended and is currently open at a discounted rate.
Latin Markets will continue to cover key issues in this specialized market as part of the PE series including The Private Equity Brazil Forum on December 9-10, 2013 at the Hotel Unique in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
About Latin Markets:
Latin Markets provides access to new investments, business opportunities and partnerships for the global investment community by executing event platforms that include a wide range of business development and educational vehicles enabling Latin America's most active investors and infrastructure developers to more adeptly navigate socio-economical, regulatory and financial considerations within the market. www.latinmarkets.org
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