The Symposium on Building the Financial System of the Twenty-first Century: An Agenda for Latin America and the United States
Partner Stuart Fleischmann
(New York-Capital Markets) participated in a conference sponsored by the Harvard Law School Program on International Financial Systems (PIFS) titled “The Symposium on Building the Financial System of the Twenty-first Century: An Agenda for Latin America and the United States”
, held at Harvard Law School.
The event promoted the exchange of ideas between global financial counterparts through panel and group discussions. Stuart was a key speaker on the panel titled “Impacts of G-20 Financial Regulation on Latin American Markets,” which addressed pension reforms, financial regulations and related matters. Other panels included:
- Capital Markets Development: Pension Fund Systems and Opportunities for Investment Funds
- Impact of US AML and Taxation of Foreign Activities on Latin America
- State-Owned Entities: Riskiness, Competitiveness, Conflicts of Interest, and Curbing Corruption
The event featured a host of notable speakers including Fernando Hernandez (partner at Marval O´Farrell & Mairal), Gordon Kingsley (Head of Latin America DCM, Credit Agricole), Samuel Libnic (General Counsel for Latin America & Mexico, Citi) and Pablo Perezalonso (partner, Ritch Mueller, Heather y Nicolau).