Investment Opportunities and Political Uncertainty - a Pan American Perspective
Webinar begins at 10:00 AM CDT (UTC-5)
10:00 AM CDT (UTC-5)
Political turmoil is on the rise around the world. South America has not escaped this trend. Rather, violence in Brazil echoed the events of January 6 in the U.S. Other events around the continent are less well reported but similarly concerning. This panel will look at how this political turmoil affects investment opportunities and investment structuring. It will look back on past episodes of turmoil on the continent to assess how traditional political risk mitigation tools will fare in the current environment.
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Frédéric G. Sourgens
Senator Robert J. Dole Distinguished Professor of Law
Washburn University School of Law, KS, USA
Giovanni Paolo Falcetta
TozziniFreire, São Paulo, Brazil and Rome, Italy
Pedro M. Lorenti
Alfaro Abogados, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Norton Rose Fulbright US MX, S.C., Stuttgart, Germany
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