Canning House and our partners look ahead to provide a refreshed outlook of the forces shaping Latin America’s politics, economics, social trends, health, security and environment over the next 5 years and beyond.
LatAm Outlook 2021
Canning House and our partners provide a full review of our LatAm Outlook, updating our look ahead at the next 5 years and beyond in Latin America for 2021.
Following the interim update to our 2020 LatAm Outlook, accounting for the impacts of Covid-19, Canning House now publishes a refreshment of the LatAm Outlook report, with contributions from Ipsos, Itaú, Control Risks, the LSE Latin America & Caribbean Centre, SEI and Michael Stott.
This year, the Outlook is expanding to also encompass Health and Environmental trends, in addition to an update of the previous edition's Political, Economic, Social and Security & Corruption outlooks.
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Latin America Editor, Financial Times | Twitter: @mj_stott
João Pedro Bumachar Resende
Senior Latin America Economist, Itaú Unibanco
Assistant Professor of Global Health Policy, London School of Economics | Twitter: @clarewenham
CEO Latin America, Ipsos
Partner and General Manager Colombia and Andean Region, Control Risks
Latin America Centre Director, Stockholm Environmental Institute | Twitter: @dpurkey1
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Ipsos is a leading global survey-based market research company founded in 1975, owned and managed by research professionals. Ipsos helps interpret, simulate, and anticipate the needs and responses of consumers, customers, and citizens around the world. It is the world’s third largest research agency, and as of 2014, Ipsos has offices in 88 countries, employing 16,530 people.
Itaú is Latin America’s largest Corporate & Investment Bank and is part of the Itaú Unibanco group, one of the world’s largest financial conglomerates. It is the 10th largest bank in the world by market value, and is listed on the São Paulo and New York stock exchanges.
Control Risks is a global specialist risk consulting firm that helps clients create organizations that are secure, compliant and resilient in an age of ever-changing risk and connectivity. Its experts across 36 offices help clients investigate wrongdoing and resolve crises, and provide the insight and intelligence companies need to realize opportunities and grow.
Michael Stott is the Latin America editor of the Financial Times based in London and has reported from more than 60 countries in more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and news executive. He covered Latin America between 1990-1998, living in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. Michael graduated from Cambridge University with an MA in Modern Languages and speaks fluent Spanish, Portuguese, French, German and Russian.
The LSE LACC is a focal point for LSE's research and public engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Stockholm Environment Institute are an international non-profit research and policy organization that tackles environment and development challenges, connecting science and decision-making to develop solutions for a sustainable future for all.
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