The Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA) and Bloomberg will hold the Bloomberg BIVA Mexico Day on December 14, an event during which specialists and authorities from the sector will analyze the outlook and challenges for the development and growth of capital markets.
Panel Discussion 1: Ally-Shoring vs. Nearshoring
Near-shoring is the new buzzword for global investors and corporations, to take advantage of the USMCA agreement. Covid-19, USMCA, and a new US administration have opened the conversation to explore new manufacturing, supply chain, and relocation strategies. How will Mexico prove that it offers a more attractive option to relocate from other regions, to be closer to the American market?Featured Speakers:
Maria Ariza, CEO at BIVA
Lorenzo Berho, CEO of Real Estate Corporation Vesta
Amy Glover, President and Founding Partner at Agile
David Jiménez, Managing Director CPG, Softtek
Ryan Berg, CSIS, Senior fellow in the Americas Program
Moderator: Enrique Perret Erhard, Director, U.S.-Mexico Foundation
Panel Discussion 2: Mexico: Spearheading the Latin America ESG Movement
ESG funds are booming in the U.S., giving Mexico the opportunity to lead the Latin America movement. Thanks to the country’s closeness and access to the US markets, as well as the presence of global financial firms, Mexican companies are advancing in ESG disclosure and reporting. As transparency is key to global investors, this will broaden their options to maximize portfolio returns, while diversifying investments in the North American region. What factors will prompt Mexican companies to increase disclosure and transparency on environmental, social, and governance matters?
Alberto Lara López, CFO, FIRA
Luisa Montes, Director at Ecovalores
Sergio Mendez, CEO at Blackrock Mexico
Moderator: Andrea Navarro, Bloomberg News Anchor
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