The Chamber organized a panel discussion on funding conditions for Brazilian borrowers, with emphasis on the relative competitiveness between domestic versus international markets. The panel covered current conditions in both the international and domestic markets and the advantages and disadvantages of issuing in each market, covering such topics as comparative costs and tenors, new products, documentation, disclosure, and marketing.
The panel was comprised of active practitioners: A corporate issuer with access to both local and international markets; Capital markets bankers for the domestic market and the international markets; The U.S International Development Finance Corporation which represents a significant new source of funding for infrastructure projects; Finally, Brazil and U.S. counsel highlighting key legal issues for domestic and international offerings.
Evan Koster, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Juliana Herrmann, Executive Director, LatAm DCM, JPMorgan
Guilherme Maranhao, Managing Director, Itau BBA
Bruno Mastriani Simões Tuca, Partner, Mattos Filho Advogados
David Contreiras Tyler, Counsel, Hogan Lovells
Philip Lam, Managing Director, OPIC
April 8, 2020
April 2, 2020
March 31, 2020
March 25, 2020