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  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences

    Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Mexico City, Montevideo, Panama City, Quito, Santiago, and So Paulo.

    Conferences in 9 cities in 2008:

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Panama City: Panama and the Global Economy

    February 29, 2008

    In association with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama

    Pan-Regional Sponsors:

    L to R: President of Panama Martn Torrijos. Vice President of Panama Samuel Lewis Navarro. Audience.

    L: Amb. Federico Antonio Humbert Arias, Ambassador of Panama to the U.S.; Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA; Amb. William A. Eaton, U.S. Ambassador to Panama. Top Center: Hctor Alexander, Minister of Economy and Finance. Top R: David Ramirez, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd. Bottom Center: Carl Ross, Bear Stearns & Co. Inc. Bottom R: Roberto Sifn Arvalo, Standard & Poors.

    L to R: Stanley Motta, Copa Airlines; Alfredo de Angelis, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc; Thomas Gales, Caterpillar Inc.; Jos Barrios, Panama Canal Authority; Juan Carlos Mastellari,

    APEDE.

    With the support of: Corporate Sponsors:

    Alejandro Ferrer, Minister of Industry and Commerce.

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Mexico City: Investment and Economic Growth

    March 11, 2008

    In association with ProMxico

    L: President of Mexico Felipe Caldern. Middle top: Patricia Espinosa Cantellano, Secretary of Foreign Relations. Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA. Middle bottom: Juan Cento, FedEx; Eduardo Andrade, Iberdrola; Juan Alberto Gonzlez Esparza, Microsoft Mexico; Pablo Garca, Grupo Santander. R: Agustn Carstens, Secretary of Finance and Public Credit.

    L top: Joyce Chang, JP Morgan & Chase. L bottom: Shelly Shetty, Fitch Ratings. Middle: Luis Tllez, Secretary of Communication and Transportation. R: President Caldern; Eduardo Sojo Garza-Aldape, Secretary of Economy.

    L to R: Bruno Ferrari, ProMxico. Juan Alberto Gonzlez Esparza. Audience.

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: With the support of: Corporate Sponsors:

  • In association with ANIF and Fedesarollo

    2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Bogota: Global Slowdown: Impact in Latin America

    June 18, 2008

    L to R: Carlos Ignacio Rojas, ANIF; Fergus J. McCormick, DBRS; Mauricio Crdenas, Federsarollo; Alberto Bernal, Bulltick Capital Partners; Sergio Clavijo, ANIF; Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA; Felipe Illanes, Merrill Lynch.

    L to R: Luis Guillermo Plata, Minister of Industry, Trade, and Tourism. Audience listening to Vice President of Colombia Francisco Santos Caldern. Francisco Santos Caldern.

    L to R: Jos Dario Uribe, Banco de la Repblica. Mauricio Crdenas. Felipe Illanes. Fergus J. McCormick.

    Corporate Sponsors: Pan-Regional Sponsors: With the support of:

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences So Paulo: The Impact of Brazil on the Global Economy

    July 10, 2008

    In association with Movimento Brasil Competitivo

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: Corporate Sponsors:

    L to R: Ivan Ramalho, Vice Minister of Development, Industry, and Foreign Trade. Amb. Clifford Sobel, U.S. Ambassador to Brazil. Daniel Darahem, JPMorgan Chase & Co; Rodolfo Fischer, Banco Ita, S.A.; Hernn Lpez, Nasdaq OMX Group; Regina Nunes, Standard & Poor's of Brazil; Brian ONeill, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere, U.S. Department of the Treasury. Carlos Ienne, FedEx.

    L to R: Jorge Gerdau; Paulo Bernardo Silva. Brian ONeill. Audience.

    L to R: Henrique Meirelles, President of the Central Bank of Brazil. Paulo Bernardo Silva, Minister of Planning. Jorge Gerdau, Movimento Brasil Competitivo; Eleazar de Carvalho Filho, BHP Billiton Metais, Unibanco; Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA.

    With the support of:

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Santiago: Latin America and the Changing Global Scenario

    August 6, 2008

    In association with AmCham Chile and El Mercurio

    L to R: Andrs Velasco, Minister of Finance. Audience. Felipe Illanes, Merrill Lynch.

    L to R: Oscar Schmidt, MetLife, Inc. Ricardo Garca, AIG. Roberto Zahler, Zahler & Co. Cristin Zegers, El Mercurio.

    L to R: Patricio Navia, New York University. Matthew Higgins, Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Randolph Bullard, Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Juan Andrs Fontaine, Fontaine & Paul Consultores.

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: Corporate Sponsors: With the support of:

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Montevideo: Regional Opportunities in a Changing Global Scenario

    August 8, 2008

    In association with AmCham Uruguay

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: Corporate Sponsor: With the support of:

    L to R: Congressman Gregory Meeks, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, U.S. House of Representatives. Daniel Ferrere, Chamber of Commerce Uruguay-USA; Danilo Astori, Minister of Economy and Finance. Daniel Martnez, Minister of Industry, Energy, and Mines.

    L to R: Jorge Vega Iracelay, Microsoft; Eduardo Mangarelli, Microsoft; Hernn Lpez, Nasdaq OMX; Randolph Bullard, Greenberg Traurig, LLP; Toms Mlaga, Banco Ita. Jorge Vega Iracelay; Daniel Ferrere; Hernn Lpez.

    Audience.

    L to R: Congressman Gregory Meeks; Amb. Frank Baxter, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay.

  • In association with the Cmara Argentina de Comercio

    2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Buenos Aires: Latin America and the Changing Global Economy

    August 27, 2008

    L to R: Sergio Massa, Chief of Cabinet. Martn Redrado, President of the Central Bank of Argentina. Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA; Carlos Fernndez, Minister of the Economy.

    Top L to R: Lucas Papademos, European Central Bank. John H. Welch; Bottom L to R: Christopher Sabatini, Senior Director of Policy, AS/COA. Armando Mariante Carvalho Jr, Banco de Desarrollo de Brasil (BNDES). Center: Thomas A. Shannon; Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, U.S. Department of State. Top R: Amb. Earl Anthony Wayne, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina; Amb. Hctor Timerman, Argentine Ambassador to the U.S. Bottom R: Eduardo Eurnekian, Corporacin Amricas S.A.; Guillermo Francos, Banco Provincia; Sergio Massa.

    L to R: Lino Baraao, Minister of Science, Technology, and Productive Innovation. Osvaldo Librizzi, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc; Paula Guerra, MTV Networks; Juan Martn de la Serna, Mercadolibre.com; Luiz A. Sette, Microsoft. Audience.

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: Corporate Sponsors: With the support of:

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Lima: Peru and the Global Economy

    September 4, 2008

    In association with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: With the support of: Corporate Sponsor:

    L to R: President of Peru Alan Garca. Audience. Jos Antonio Garca Belaunde, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    L to R: Gonzalo Gutirrez, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs. Juan Francisco Raffo, Raffo Group, Peru delegate of ABAC; Eric Farnsworth, Vice President, Washington Office. Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, The Rohatyn Group; Harry Conger, Freeport-McMoRan; Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA.

    L to R: Audience. Mercedes Aroz, Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism. David Lemor, Proinversin.

  • 2008 Latin American Cities Conferences Quito: Development and Opportunities for Growth

    November 20, 2008

    In association with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador

    Pan-Regional Sponsors: With the support of: Corporate Sponsor:

    L to R: Miguel Eduardo Egas Pea, Vice Minister of Foreign Trade and Integration. Alberto Bernal, Bulltick Capital Partners; Ricardo Estrada, CORPEI; Javier Salazar, Ernst & Young Ecuador; Fernando Pozo Crespo, Banco Pichincha, Federacin Latinoamericana de Bancos (FELABAN).

    L to R: Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA., addressing audience. Susana Cabeza de Vaca, Coordinating Minister of Production. Derlis Palacios, Minister of Mines and Oil.

    L to R: Luis Enrique Berrizbeitia, Corporacin Andina de Fomento (CAF). Audience.

  • Roundtable Discussions & Private Events

    Roundtable Discussions & Private Events

    L: Thomas Gales, Caterpillar Inc.; Samuel Lewis Navarro, Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Panama. R: Carl Ross, Bear Stearns & Co. Inc; Nancy Anderson, Senior Director, AS/COA Miami; Joseph E. Harari, Regency Group.

    L to R: Luiz A. Sette, Microsoft; Thomas A. Shannon, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State; Susan Segal, President and CEO, AS/COA..

    Juan Alberto Gonzlez Esparza, Microsoft Mexico; Stephen Biegun, Ford Motor Company; Eduardo Sojo Garza-Aldape, Secretary of Economy, Mexico.

    Jos de Gregorio, President of the Central Bank of Chile.

    L to R: Luis Enrique Berrizbeitia, Corporacin Andina de Fomento (CAF); Jorge Vega Iracelay, Microsoft; Congressman Gregory Meeks.

    Top: Federico Sturzenegger, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, AQ Editorial Board, Banco Ciudad de Buenos Aires; Carlos Rosenkrantz, Universidad de San Andres; Christopher Sabatini, Senior Director of Policy, AS/COA, Editor-in-Chief, Americas Quarterly. Bottom: Santiago A. Canton, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights; Luis Felipe Lpez-Calva, UN Development Programme; Marcela Ceruti, Centro de Estudios de Poblacin; Christopher Sabatini.

    Argentina and Brazil: U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs

    Mexico: Secretary of Economy

    Panama: Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs

    Chile: President of the Central Bank

    AQ Buenos Aires Launch: Immigration in Our Hemisphere

    Uruguay: Lu