J.P. Morgan is pleased to host the ninth annual J.P. Morgan Brazil Opportunities Conference from November 29 to December 1, 2016.
Despite the recent rebound, Brazil has been a rough market over the past few years. Strong activity contraction combined with high inflation and a sizable fiscal deficit have impaired the country’s capacity to grow. Investors have gone from trying to time and quantify the recovery to monitoring progress in structural reforms, infrastructure investment, and political developments. Our conference will aim to determine what lies ahead, what is the bull case for Brazil in a scenario where the landscape has been increasingly complicated from a global point of view. Brazil boasts over 200 million people, with a population that is young and still benefiting from a demographic bonus. Despite recent woes, Brazil remains a top ten global recipient of foreign direct investment and the sixth larger domestic consumer market in the world. The private sector is vibrant, flexible and sophisticated. To discuss the prospects for these and many other issues, we will welcome over 800 delegates from LatAm, North America, Europe and Asia to our landmark event. We will cover the most topical issues, with unique analyses to guide your investment decisions.
Please remember that all J.P. Morgan conferences are by invitation only. Invitations are non-transferable.