At this invitation-only event, senior equity traders from some of the world’s leading asset management firms will come together with head of the trading in the brokerage community, and senior management at leading exchanges and vendor firms to discuss the critical market dynamics reshaping today’s LatAm trading landscape. From regulation in each Latin American country, to the dynamic evolution of the busyside/sellside relationship, sessions will alternate between large plenary sessions and small workshops and roundtable discussions.
Head of Asset Management, Allaria Ledesma & Cia S.A.
Portfolio Manager and CEO, Aztlan Equity Management
Partner and Portfolio Manager, Bahia Asset Management
Investment Manager, BNP Paribas Wealth Management
Vice President ‐ Equity Trading, Capital International
Senior Trader, Fidelity Investments
Emerging Markets Equity Trading, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Managing Director, Head of Equity Trading, Lazard Asset Management
Trader, Norges Bank Investment Management
Partner, Prince Street Capital Management
Equity Trading, Wellington Management
Please fill out the form below if you are a BUYSIDE trader interested in attending. Registration for this event is free for buyside traders only.
If you are a sellside trader and would like to attend, please contact Barbara Baumbusch at email@example.com.
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