SOURCE: LatinFinance


October 04, 2013 06:00 ET

Explore a Quarter Century in the LatAm Capital Markets With LatinFinance

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Oct 4, 2013) -  LatinFinance is celebrating a quarter century in the capital markets of Latin America and the Caribbean.

We examine the past 25 years and invite you to read and share special coverage, archive stories and exclusive interviews with key figures including the following;

Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico
On the reforms he believes will make his country more productive and prosperous.

Mohammed El Erian, Pimco Chief Executive
On the case for long-term investment in Latin America.

Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Former President of Brazil
On what needs to be done to return Brazil to a path of sustainable growth.

Nicholas Brady, Former US Treasury Secretary and architect of the Brady Plan. 
On why a strengthening of relations between Latin America and Washington would be mutually beneficial.

and more.

The LatinFinance 25 Year Gala Dinner & Awards will be held on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at Capitale in New York City. A celebration of the past 25 years and including the Awards Ceremony for LatinFinance's Deals of the Quarter Century highlighting excellence and progress in Latin America's financial markets. 

Confirmed guests include:
Carlos García Moreno, CFO, América Movil
Almir Barbassa, CFO, Petrobras
Pedro Aspe, Co-Chairman, Evercore Partners & former Mexican Minister of Finance
David Mulford, Vice Chairman, Credit Suisse & former US Treasury

To learn more and secure your spot please visit:

For more information please contact Marina Carbone at or +1 (212) 224-3440.

About LatinFinance

LatinFinance is the leading source of value-added financial markets intelligence for Latin America and the Caribbean.

As the volume of information on the region grows, our role of cutting through the clutter to identify events of immediate significance and lasting importance to Latin America and the Caribbean becomes ever more vital. LatinFinance is the essential provider of news and analysis that cannot be found anywhere else.

Published from New York and Miami, with a network of correspondents across Latin America and the Caribbean, LatinFinance has covered banking and capital markets in the region for more than two decades. It is the authoritative source on debt, equity, structured finance, syndicated loans, private equity and M&A, as well as multilateral financing, people moves and secondary trading.For more information please visit


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