LatAm Strategy: Why we should look beyond the political noise

The political climate in Latin America has sharply deteriorated, the Covid crisis acting as a catalyst for anti-corruption protests and claims for social equalities. But beyond politics and sometimes turbulent elections, the economic factors may have the last word and we highlight where there are investment opportunities.

We will be repeating the same webinar to cater for the difference in time zones between APAC, EMEA and the Americas:

  • APAC – Monday 17th May | 10:00 HKT
  • EMEA – Monday 17th May | 10:00 BST
  • Americas –Monday 17th May | 16:00 EDT

Regis Chatellier

Director of EM Strategy

Regis Chatellier

Director of EM Strategy

Regis Chatellier | Director of EM Strategy

Regis is a senior strategist in charge of global emerging markets. He covers the sovereign hard currency debt, FX and local rates markets, combining top-down macro research with bottom-up/quant modelling approaches. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Regis worked for more than 20 years in investment banks. He did his studies at Sciences Po. Paris (Economics & Finance) and he holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Nantes.

 

Marcos Casarin

Chief Latin American Economist

Marcos Casarin

Chief Latin American Economist

Marcos Casarin | Chief Latin American Economist

Marcos is the Chief Economist for Latin America at Oxford Economics, based in Mexico City. Following a six-year stint in London, he relocated to Mexico City in 2018 to run the firm’s Latin America operation locally. Marcos is responsible for developing Oxford’s in-house view on the region, as well as producing the macroeconomic forecasts for Brazil. He manages a team of economists who produce regional and country-specific research pieces on over 30 countries, as well as contributes to the editorial line of Oxford Economics globally. Marcos’ work also involves presenting the outlook to clients around the world and liaising with the media.

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