From 23 May 2022 to 24 May 2022, Chatham House will hold its annual Latin America conference in Mexico in collaboration with COMEXI.
The hybrid conference brings together leading policymakers, economists, political analysts and private sector leaders to survey last year’s elections and their implications for the region’s political and economic future.
Join this year’s conference to discuss the upcoming presidential elections in Brazil and Colombia and political trends in the region, economic growth, monetary policy and the risk of inflation, opportunities in UK-Latin America commerce and investment, and Latin America in global affairs.
The conference is being hosted in Mexico City in collaboration with the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations.
Understand how recent developments will impact long-term growth and productivity gains in Latin America.
Gain insight into future Latin American policy towards trade, energy, the environment and sustainability.
Learn what potential disruptors could impact Latin America in the coming years.
Please note that in-person spaces at this conference are limited, for information about how you might be able to attend in person please email Clare Smyllie.
This conference will be held in both Spanish and English, with simultaneous translation available.