Latin America Business Forum 2015

  • Houses of Parliament, Houses of Parliament, Westminster

"Economic Development in Latin America: Challenges for the next decade."

Latin America meets in London on February 27 for a full day of debate on topics that make a difference in innovation, business, economics, government and society. LABF brings key players, policy-makers and influencers to contribute in preparing Latin America take the leap to a developed economy. In its 10th edition, the Forum has rapidly grown to be one of the most noteworthy Latin American events in Europe.

An outstanding line up of speakers includes Dr. Luis Alberto Lacalle GCMG (Former President of Uruguay), Charles Stewart (CEO, Itaú BBA UK), Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (Former Chairman, Shell), Carlos Fernandez (Board Director at Santander and Former CEO of Grupo Modelo), Jeremy Browne MP (Former Minister of State at Foreign & Commonwealth Office), Fersen Lambranho (Chairman, GP Investments) and Francisco Pírez (Chairman Committee on Regional Trade Agreements, WTO), among other high profile speakers.

London Business School, London & Partners and Canning House support the organization of the conference. Its main theme “Economic Development in Latin America: Challenges for the Next Decade” will develop around four keynote presentations and two panels approaching the issue from different perspectives:

- A Tale of Two Latin Americas: Finding the right balance to achieve equitable growth

- Competitiveness in Latin America: How to close the gap with the developed world

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