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Agostina Airaudo
Agostina
Agostina Airaudo
Production and Content Director - LatAmGRI Club
Agostina has been actively studying and working with Latin American markets for more than 12 years, specializing in business development and public relations. She has experience working in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and US real estate, financial and investment markets, fostering valuable connections among global leaders and GRI Club members. Agostina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Argentina.
+54 9 3424329583
Javier Duerto
Javier Duerto
Director, Andean CountriesGRI Club
Colombia
Graduated in Business Administration from Universidad Tecnologica del Centro. With a Master's Degree in Marketing Management and Development of International Markets from EAE Business School in Spain. Experience development markets sales business in Latam. Responsible for the RE Club as Director of Andean Countries (Colombia, Chile and Peru). Focused on developing relationships among entrepreneurs in the real estate market.
Jorge Ayala
Jorge
Jorge Ayala
Director - Mexico & Central AmericaGRI Club
Jorge Ayala is Director of GRI in Mexico. He is responsible for the Real Estate Club. He began his career in the hospitality sector where he worked for more than 5 years. Later, he entered the commercial area where he has more than 4 years of experience in business development through Latin America and the United States. He has a degree in Business and Hospitality Administration from the Universidad Iberoamericana.
+52 55 7672 5039
+55 11 2391 5583
Leonardo Di Mauro
Leonardo Di Mauro
Leonardo Di Mauro
Partner | Head of Real Estate LatAm
GRI Club
+55 19 9 9369 6733
+44 20 7121 5060
Leonardo Di Mauro é Sócio e Head do setor de Real Estate para LATAM, respondendo pela atuação do GRI Club em toda região. Começou sua carreira no CPqD onde atuou por quinze anos, finalizando sua trajetória nesta empresa como diretor comercial do setor de telecomunicações com forte atuação em países como Argentina, Brasil, Colômbia, Chile, México e Uruguai. É graduado em Engenharia Civil pela Escola de Engenharia de Lins, com MBA Executivo pela FGV e pós-graduado em Gestão de Projetos pela Universidade São Francisco.

Latin America GRI Real Estate 2022 reaches its 6th edition.

In New York, CEOs, presidents and senior executives will meet in an intimate and informal environment to strengthen their business relationships and establish the guidelines that will drive the Latin American real estate sector in the coming years.

In a challenging context, conditioned by the economic, political, health and social turbulence brought by the pandemic, the evolution of lifestyles, consumption and work, this event will feature more than 25 discussions among the most relevant leaders in the region. In the topics addressed, they will exchange positive experiences and lessons learned related to housing, multifamily, logistics, retail, offices, hospitality, mixed uses, ESG, technology, financing and investments.

As GRI Club’s main goal is to develop meaningful relationships between members, the venue will feature rooms exclusively for private meetings, and the staff will support the matchmaking with potential business partners, both personally and through the online community of members.

Be part of the most important Real Estate meeting in Latin America and connect with leaders in a high-level networking environment.

Latin America Vision

The evolution of economies
Keynote Speaker
Ernesto Revilla
Ernesto Revilla
Chief Economist Latin America
The Big Bet: Workspaces of the Future
Confirmed Speakers
Claudia Woods
Claudia Woods
CEO - Latin America
Gonzalo Robina
Gonzalo Robina
CEO
Wayne Berger
Wayne Berger
CEO, The Americas
What will you find at the Latin America GRI Real Estate 2022?.
More than 300 real estate leaders from USA, Canada, Central America, Brazil, Mexico,
Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and other Latin American countries.
High-level networking
with C-level executives

Investors • Banks • Funds • Developers • Asset Managers • Hotel Chains • Operators • Market Specialists • REITs

Business 
opportunities
In an informal and intimate environment, the GRI format is designed specifically to find synergic opportunities and foster deep, productive and lasting business relationships.
More than 20
discussion rooms

Investment • Residential • Offices • Hospitality • Retail • Industrial and Logistics • Financing • Mixed Use • M&As • JVs • Proptech • ESG

Latin America GRI's numbers

Past Edition's Keynote Speakers & Special Sessions
Sam Zell, Chairman
Brian Kingston, Managing Partner and CEO
Jon Gray, President & Chief Operating Officer
Adam Gallistel, Managing Director and Head of Americas
Luis Pereda, Chairman
Elie Horn, Presidente do Conselho de Administração

Timetable

May 11 - Timetable
Close See complete schedule
13:30 - 14:00 Registration
14:00 - 15:00 Keynote Session
15:00 - 15:45 Coffee Break
15:45 - 16:45 Discussion
16:45 - 17:15 Coffee Break
17:15 - 18:15 Discussion
18:15 - 20:00 Welcome Drinks | Sponsored by Ritch Mueller
May 12 - Timetable
Close See complete schedule
09:00 - 09:30 Registration
09:30 - 10:30 Master Session
10:30 - 11:30 Networking Session
11:30 - 12:30 Discussions
12:30 - 13:00 Coffee Break
13:00 - 14:00 Discussions
14:00 - 15:15 Networking Lunch | Sponsored by Newmark
15:15 - 16:15 Discussions
16:15 - 16:45 Coffee Break
16:45 - 17:45 Master Session
17:45 - 19:00 Closing Drinks

Discussions

Keynote Session | May 11 | 14:00 - 15:00

Latin America Vision

The Evolution of Economies

  • Global Analysis - What is happening around the world? How can the ongoing conflicts in Europe impact our economies?
  • GDP, inflation, interest rates, commodities, etc. - How are the main indicators behaving? What external factors could affect them with more intensity? What to expect for 2022 and the following years?
  • Taking out the crystal ball - What signs do we need to focus on? What is coming for the Real Estate and construction sectors? Which markets have better forecasts?
Discussion | May 11 | 15:45 - 16:45

ESG

A value driver for real estate

  • Environmental, Social and Governance - Thinking about key concepts as Net-zero economy, green buildings, LEED, among others
  • The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) - A standardized approach to ESG integration and the Investor-led dialogue
  • Small changes, big impact - Where to start in a changing world
Discussion | May 11 | 15:45 - 16:45

Keys to foreign direct investment

How to prepare the ground?

  • Short-term governments Vs. Long-term opportunities - How to deal with the political and economic challenges and work efficiently with governments? 
  • The crucial issues - What local decisions have had a positive impact on attracting new international players? Which markets are the favorites?
  • Investor mindset - Diversification, long-term income and Post-pandemic rules.
Discussion | May 11 | 15:45 - 16:45

Hospitality

Traditional Vs. Alternative accommodation

  • Sustainable accommodation, solo travelers, Millennials - Understanding consumer preferences
  • Long-term stays - How to compete to attract remote workers? How to deal with the fine line between vacation and telecommuting? 
  • Multitasking workers, Glocal strategy, Pricing, Tech solutions - What is the ideal balance for all consumers? What will the industry look like in 10 years?
Discussion | May 11 | 15:45 - 16:45

Housing models

Which niches will drive development?

  • Low-income, middle-income, high-end, luxury; single-family homes, low-rise, mid-rise, high rise. Which housing models will drive development during these uncertain times?
  • Contracting, capitalization, pre-sales, etc. – what are you doing differently in your businesses to safeguard returns and margins?
  • What are you observing on the demand side (buyers)? Lower disposable income (due to inflation) and pressure on mortgage interest rates (due to central banks policies) will affect absorption / pricing and make it difficult to transfer cost increases to the customer?
  • Regulation – what changes should / can governments implement? Have you seen any changes in regulations in your region that could be implemented in other countries?
Discussion | May 11 | 15:45 - 16:45

Retail and shopping centers

Trends and consumer insights


  • Main challenges - What are the main difficulties being experienced today? What solutions are possible? Can any specific partnership facilitate the process? 
  • Consumer engagement spaces - Which formats will lead the developments in the next years? What will be the role of anchor stores?
  • Robots, artificial intelligence, e-commerce, generations of consumers - Do traditional concepts survive?
Discussion | May 11 | 17:15 - 18:15

Masterplans and Smart Communities

Building the cities of tomorrow

  • Energy, water, waste, and carbon emissions - Smart Cities as a solution to sustainability
  • Technological advances shaping how cities operate - How can it improve the quality of life? How to make urban life more connected, efficient and sustainable? Which examples are good to copy? What should be taken into consideration in designing a Smart Sustainable City – The Roadmap?
  • Policies, regulatory frameworks, real estate developers and investors - What should their active role be?
Discussion | May 11 | 17:15 - 18:15

Offices and workspaces

Has the business changed forever?

  • Market fundamentals - Evolution of jobs and post-pandemic lessons learned
  • Development opportunities - Where are the best locations? Which asset will rule the segment? What about the amenities and tech solutions?
  • Efficient Partnerships - Which strategies have been successful to keep the wheel turning? How to maintain long-term contracts? What about pricing?
Discussion | May 11 | 17:15 - 18:15

Living Assets & Emerging Technologies

Growing tech ecosystem

  • Putting customers first - How to Improve the Customer Experience (CX) for higher yields? What solutions will be a must?
  • Empowering the B2B - What can technology companies bring to the table for the residential segment? What innovations should facilitate and enhance developer performance?
  • Energy efficiency - What are the best practices to make the assets smarter & more efficient?
  • The challenge of data usability - Has it become a priority? Having a data strategy – and a specialist to implement it – is a must?
Discussion | May 11 | 17:15 - 18:15

Capital markets

How to make the most of their advantages?

  • Fibras, FIIs, REITs - What best practices could be applied in other countries?
  • What opportunities does the integration of the Peruvian, Colombian and Chilean stock exchanges bring? In what ways can it impulse real estate development?
  • Future Paths - What is the potential of the new vehicles? How is technology empowering evolution?


Master Session | May 12 | 09:30 - 10:30

The Big Bet

Workspaces of the Future

  • Rethinking the work environment - Will offices play a key role in the future of work? Is the hybrid the best format? How to channel the collaboration? How to make the office a desirable place to work?
  • Tenant happiness - What are the best-mixed models of leasing? Flexibility is the first place value?
  • From Innovation to Value - How Automation, VR, AI, Digital Twin influence the digital transformation of spaces? What are the biggest current blockages?
  • Talking about money - What is the Investor's view? Which financial structure has good returns?
Networking Session | May 12 | 10:30 - 11:30

Networking Session

Discussion | May 12 | 11:30 - 12:30

Hospitality capital raising

The post-pandemic new era

  • Lessons learned - Dos and don’t to ensure the best IRRs in the region for the hospitality sector
  • Flow performance, business plan, sponsor’s experience - What lenders want?
  • Strategic Mergers and Partnerships - What is driving the market? Where are the sources of funding coming from? How to attract qualified investments?
Discussion | May 12 | 11:30 - 12:30

Multifamily for rent

Market behavior and Model opportunities

  • Demographic projections Vs. Economic and political environment - Which reality is most influencing the development of this asset?
  • Consumer demand - Are there news needs? How to attract new renters and keep long-term relationships? What tech solutions add value? Will vacancies go down and rents go up?
  • Boosting the business - Keys to enter new markets and consolidate the model
Discussion | May 12 | 11:30 - 12:30

JVs

The best way to find direct-investment opportunities?

  • Operational knowledge, local expertise, assets skills, Due Diligence and organizational culture - which is more crucial when making decisions?
  • Post-pandemic conclusions - Have new principles already been defined?
  • Across the risk spectrum - Core, Core Plus, Value-Add or Opportunistic Investments?
Discussion | May 12 | 11:30 - 12:30

Latam Vs. US

The Pros and Cons of each market

  • Key Facts - Cost of living, taxes, yield rates, law protections and acquisition costs
  • Markets To Choose - Where should the investments go and which assets are the favorites ones
  • The next decade - Are there advantages to establishing a local entity in the US? How can Latam leverage the strengths of the US? How can these markets complement each other?
Discussion | May 12 | 13:00 - 14:00

Traditional Vs. Alternative Financing

What is the path to success?

  • Comparing business - What are the pros and cons of each? What are the new opportunities? 
  • In review - How has risk evaluation changed in the past 2 years?
  • Project structures - How to cope with rising costs and interest rates?
  • Sectors backed by structural demand drivers - What commands the lion’s share of attention? What is on the financing horizon?
Discussion | May 12 | 13:00 - 14:00

Hotel Demand Segmentation

Thinking ahead to 2030

  • Leisure-focused Vs. Corporate-oriented assets - What is the potential of each business? Where are the best locations? How to link new demands to the old hotel model?
  • Brand Diversification - Flexibility as a principle? How not to fully rely on a guest profile?
  • Luxury, Resorts, Economy & midscale segment - How do you stand out from competitors? How is each segment evolving?
Discussion | May 12 | 13:00 - 14:00

Metaverse and virtual reality

The start of a new era?

  • NFTs, Virtual Reality, Crypto, Web3, etc. - How will these concepts transform lifestyles, consumption and socialization? Will they build the next generation of digital platforms?
  • In the Brick world - Does it have a potential for significant disruptive impact on the industry or is it a short-lived trend? 
  • Taking decisions - Should we already bet on the real estate metaverse? How to start?
Discussion | May 12 | 13:00 - 14:00

Industrial and logistics

The star of the decade?

  • Supply Chain Optimization, Site Selection, Build-to-Suit - Which are the best practices?
  • Lease Negotiations, Renewals, Rent Reviews and Restructuring - strategies to win-win relationships.
  • Growing demand for Data Centers - What type of assets can supply this market need? What are the strategic geographies? Is there room for retrofitting existing assets?
  • Future opportunities - What asset class has the most potential? What are investors looking for? Is supply chain reshoring a real opportunity?
Discussion | May 12 | 15:15 - 16:15

Owner Vs. Tenant

How to build win-win relationships?

  • Brokers as allies - How to create long-term revenue? How can the broker take advantage of digitalization?
  • Efficient transactions - What is the greatest added value of the marketplace? How to use data for the benefit of users? Can easily Tokenization and Blockchain drive smart contracts?
  • Investment decisions - Where to put the focus in an environment with increasing competition in technology and innovation companies?
Discussion | May 12 | 15:15 - 16:15

Housing future trends

New models, new lifestyles

  • Senior housing, student housing, co-living, co-housing, etc - Market transformation and demand insights
  • Operational and cash flow issues - What are the difficulties and how to deal with them? How does technology facilitate processes?
  • Development paths - Are there more institutional and long-term funds willing to invest in this type of product? Who is the ideal partner?
Discussion | May 12 | 15:15 - 16:15

M&As

Business performance and investment conditions

  • Deal structures - Advantages and disadvantages of each type
  • Success stories - Alignment of interest, co-investment, fee structure, recovery, track record, partnership ideal, etc.
  • Where will M&A deals be conducted in the next 5 years? What project types?
Master Session | May 12 | 16:45 - 17:45

Future Highlights

Positioning LatAm as an investment destination

  • Money Matters - What asset class are local and foreign investors looking into investing? Where can we find the best deals? How to mitigate the price rise? 
  • Cross-border Capital - From where it is coming and how LatAm should attract and retain more capital?
  • Investment Cycle - Growth on the horizon or still stuck on recovery? What are the main challenges ahead & what can be expected in the next 3 years?

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BEHIND THE SCENES AND BEYOND CONFERENCES
GRI New York Experience includes visits to investor offices, tours guided by developers and architects themselves,
and a benchmarking of the new trends driving industrial, residential, office and retail spaces.
This year's agenda includes visits to:
The Brooklyn Tower
Pier 17 New York
Industry City
The Chelsea Apartments
Chrysler Building
GRI NY Week Experience
 
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Women in Infrastructure Committee
GRI will bring together influential women in the real estate and infrastructure
industries to discuss the role of womens' leadership in changing times.
Wednesday, May 11 
11:30 - 13:30 
| Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4)
*If you want to join this meeting, you must be registered to the Latin America GRI Real Estate 2022 (only women allowed).
Listen from our members
"I am a number 1 fan of GRI for one reason in particular. The level of people that GRI brings together, it's an impressive level. They are the decision makers of the companies that you can have those people together in two days, so you can move very quickly in the development of opportunities and business."
 
Joanna Ayala Quintana
Joanna Ayala Quintana
Director of Development
Marriott International
Joanna Ayala Quintana
Joanna Ayala Quintana
Director of DevelopmentMarriott International
Colombia
Joanna Ayala responsible for the development and assets of the multiple brands for NH-Hotels Group for South America. She joined the group on 2019, after working for more than 5 years at AccorHotels as Development manager for different countries. Between 2010 and 2014 she worked for the Synergy Group owned by Germán Efromovich, where she was part of the group that created Movich Hotels in Colombia and she later led its development in the country. Joanna has a BA degree at CESA University in Colombia and she followed her studies at the University of Kansai Gaidai in Hirakata, Japan.
"I find the GRI dynamic very informal and it allows people to talk a little more openly about how they feel about the sector. This exchange, especially about experiences from different regions, is very productive. 

Being aware of what's happening in the Mexican and Brazilian markets helps you make better investments and also to eventually be able to look at some opportunities that you weren't looking at before. I've been a frequenter since the first GRI, I have a lot of experience with the club, I really like it."
 
Adriano Mantesso
Adriano Mantesso
Managing Director - Head of LatAm
Ivanhoé Cambridge
Adriano Mantesso
Adriano Mantesso
Managing Director - Head of LatAmIvanhoé Cambridge
Brazil
As the leader of the Latin America team, Adriano Mantesso is responsible for making RE investments locally, developing asset-management strategies and overseeing strategic partnerships for the region. Mr. Mantesso has extensive experience in the industry. Before joining Ivanhoé Cambridge in 2017, he worked for five years at the investment bank BTG Pactual, where he became Partner and Head of Income Producing Properties (RE), managing what was then the largest local REIT. From 2005 to 2012, he worked for Brazilian Capital, managing private and public RE investment funds.
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http://www.brain.srv.br
+55 41 3243 2880
Curitiba | Brazil
BRAIN is a company of intelligence, research and market studies in Real Estate. Brain develops quantitative, qualitative researches, product tests, vocational studies and competitive analysis, with its own methodology throughout Brazil.
https://www.bancsabadell.com
Ciudad de México | CMX | Mexico
Banco Sabadell is Spain’s fourth largest private banking group, which is comprised of different banks, brands, subsidiaries and part-owned companies covering all areas of the financial business sector under a common denominator: professional performance and quality. A young, highly-qualified team, with the most modern, up-to-date technological and commercial resources and a multi-brand, multi-channel organisation focusing on the client enable Banco Sabadell to occupy an outstanding position in the personal and business banking markets.
http://www.cbre.com.mx/
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+52 55 5284 0000
Ciudad de México | CMX | Mexico
Real Estate Consultancy specialized in providing solutions to investors developers occupiers and owners in all business lines.
http://www.greystar.com
Mc Lean | VA | USA
Back in 1993, when Founder, Chairman, and CEO Bob Faith set out to build Greystar, he saw a highly fragmented multifamily industry that was more focused on assets than people. He envisioned the need for an industry leader, a blue-chip company that operated with the highest integrity and character in delivering world-class services to residents, property owners and investors in multifamily real estate. He said, “Why not us? Let’s go be that company.” With a winning strategy and a focus on people, Greystar set out to meet that need -- guided by the mission of enriching the lives of those we touch by doing things the right way. Greystar has learned what’s important to people when it comes to a place to call home and the services that enhance the living experience. And that’s why we put our heart and soul into providing beautiful living environments.
http://www.marriott.com/
Miami | FL | USA
Hospitality sector with presence worldwide (4,000+ Hotels) & 18 brands, from luxury to select service.
https://www.nh-hotels.com/
Bogotá | Colombia
NH Hotel Group part of Minor Hotels is an international hotel owner, trusted operator and investor, with a multi-national portfolio of over 530 properties. Through our Anantara, Avani, Elewana, Oaks, NH Hotels, NH Collection, nhow and TIVOLI properties, Minor Hotels operates in 50+ countries across Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Europe and South America. Our excellence in achieving higher margins set us apart in the hotel industry (average>40% GOP Margin).
https://newmark.mx
https://newmark.mx
+52 55 5980 2000
Ciudad de México, DF | Mexico
Newmark is one of the world's leading commercial real estate advisory firms. With roots dating back to 1929, our strong foundation makes us one of the most trusted names in the industry. Newmark prides itself on delivering the highest level of service to our clients to meet their needs and exceed their expectations. Newmark's fully integrated platform of services provides clients with a single-source solution for every phase of owning or occupying a property.
http://www.apexbrasil.com.br
Brasilia | DF | Brazil
The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) works to promote Brazilian products and services abroad, and to attract foreign investment to strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. Apex-Brasil organizes several initiatives aiming to promote Brazilian exports abroad. The Agency´s efforts comprise trade and prospective missions, business rounds, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in major international trade fairs, arrangement of technical visits of foreign buyers and opinion makers to learn about the Brazilian productive structure, and other select activities designed to strengthen the country’s branding abroad. Apex-Brasil also plays a leading role in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to Brazil, by working to identify business opportunities, promoting strategic events and lending support to foreign investors willing to allocate resources in Brazil.
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http://www.bndes.gov.br
+55 21 2052 7447
Rio De Janeiro | RJ | Brazil
The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) is one of the largest development banks in the world and today the Federal Government's main instrument for long-term financing and investment in all segments of the Brazilian economy.
http://www2.deloitte.com/mx
http://www2.deloitte.com/mx
+52 (55) 5080 6000
Mexico City | CMX | Mexico
Deloitte provides audit & assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory and tax & legal services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. With a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries, Deloitte brings world-class capabilities and high-quality service to clients, delivering the insights they need to address their most complex business challenges. Deloitte’s more than 330,000 professionals are committed to making an impact that matters.
https://s2etech.com/
Ontario | Ontario | Canada
S2E is a canadian company established in 2006 in Waterloo, Ontario. We specialize in developing sustainable solutions and projects with a positive environmental impact, with a focus on the development of real state Smart Communities and Microutilities energy solutions.
https://www.skyhaus.mx/
https://www.skyhaus.mx/
+52 55 5519-4699
Mexico City | Mexico
 Global Businesses Inc was founded in 2002. It is a company focused in developing residential for sale or built-to-rent buildings in Mexico City. We are currently developing 22 sites. We are focused in Alcaldía (County) Benito Juarez, Miguel Hidalgo and Cuauhtemoc, with minor interests in Alvaro Obregon and Cuajimalpa Alcaldía.
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New York | NY | USA
Fitch Ratings is a leading provider of credit ratings, commentary, and research. Dedicated to providing value beyond the rating through independent and prospective credit opinions, Fitch Ratings offers global perspectives shaped by strong local market experience and credit market expertise. The additional context, perspective, and insights we provide help investors to make important credit judgments with confidence. Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries. Fitch Group is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst. For additional information, please visit fitchratings.com.
http://www.jamestownlatinamerica.com/
http://www.jamestownlatinamerica.com/
+1 770 805 3031 / +57 174 56 298
Bogota | Colombia
Jamestown Latin America seeks attractive risk-adjusted returns by investing in select residential, retail and office assets in the Andean Region. The team sources acquisition and development opportunities from its local office in Bogotá, Colombia. Jamestown Latin America focuses on major markets in Colombia, Peru, and Chile. These markets exhibit strong real estate fundamentals and positive prospects for long-term economic growth.
http://www.ritch.com.mx
http://www.ritch.com.mx
+52 55 9178 7000
Mexico City | CMX | Mexico
Since 1975, Ritch Mueller has actively participated in the development and growth of Mexico’s financial and securities markets of private and public sector. Ritch Mueller is a market leader in its practice areas. We represent and provide sophisticated high value added legal and tax advice to domestic and international clients in respect of their business transactions in Mexico. We work hand in hand with our clients in structuring and implementing solutions that meet their needs. Our legal and tax team combines seasoned and young legal practitioners and professionals, creating one of the most talented teams of legal professionals in Mexico. We privilege teamwork and efficiency and guide our practice based on the ethics passed down from the firm’s founder, the late James E. Ritch.

Confirmed Participants

Adolfo Riveroll
Adolfo Riveroll
Flat
Adriana Hurtado
Adriana Hurtado
Credicorp Capital
Agathe Vigne
Agathe Vigne
Egis
Agustin Barrios Gomez
Agustin Barrios Gomez
ICP Funds
Alain Marcus
Alain Marcus
Black Creek Group
Alba Freixa
Alba Freixa
ALG Transport & Infrastructure
Alberto Bessoudo
Alberto Bessoudo
Meor
Alberto Faro
Alberto Faro
Machado Meyer Advogados
Alberto Merino
Alberto Merino
Banco Sabadell
Aldo Reggiardo
Aldo Reggiardo
Cuatrecasas - Peru
Alejandra Bugna
Alejandra Bugna
Baker McKenzie
Alejandro Luna
Alejandro Luna
Conquer
Alejandro Rodriguez
Alejandro Rodriguez
Credit Suisse
Alejandro Trujillo
Alejandro Trujillo
Trujillo Abogados
Adriana Hurtado
Adriana Hurtado
Executive Director of Real Estate InvestmentCredicorp Capital
Colombia
Ms. Hurtado has a Bachelor’s degree both in Economics and Business from Universidad de los Andes in Colombia, with an MBA in corporate finance and real estate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Agathe Vigne
Agathe Vigne
Business Development LATAMEgis
Brazil
Agathe Vigne is in charge of Business Development for Egis Projects in Latin America. She has a Master’s degree from Lyon’s Institute of Political studies and the Faculty of Economics of Lyon II, with a specialization in Latin American Energy Policy. After various research projects on Mexico’s national oil company Pemex, she occupied several positions in the French Embassy’s trade and investment office, in Madrid and Mexico. Her current activities aim at developing partnerships with both public and private actors in Mexico in the infrastructure sector, more specifically to implement new technologies and know-how in road operation and maintenance.
Alain Marcus
Alain Marcus
Managing DirectorBlack Creek Group
USA
Alba Freixa
Alba Freixa
Team Leader Transport and InfrastructureALG Transport & Infrastructure
Brazil
Alberto Faro
Alberto Faro
PartnerMachado Meyer Advogados
Brazil
Specialist in local and cross border projects financings, financial structured transactions and construction contracts, provides legal assistance in structuring, negotiating and reviewing terms in the implementation of financing operations through all the stages and on the various adopted structures. Can assist both the project company and its shareholders or financers, and has great experience with local and international financers, commercial banks, investment funds, construction companies, investors, multilateral and development agencies. Has previous experience in projects and financings in areas of knowledge such as electrical energy, mining, highways, oil and gas, sanitation, aviation, logistics and railways.
Alberto Merino
Alberto Merino
Executive Director, Structured FinanceBanco Sabadell
Mexico
Aldo Reggiardo
Aldo Reggiardo
PartnerCuatrecasas - Peru
Peru
Alejandro Luna
Alejandro Luna
CEOConquer
Mexico
Prior to his appointment as CEO of CONQUER, Alejandro led the company's area of ​​operations. Prior to joining CONQUER, he served as a procurement leader in Latin America for GLL REAL ESTATE PARTNERS for two years, participating in acquisitions and negotiations of AAA office buildings in Chile, Peru and Mexico for more than US $ 150M. He previously collaborated for 5 years with KIMCO REALTY CORP (US REIT) as Commercial Director prior to his role for almost 2 years as Director of Growth and Development for INMOBILIARIA CITELIS.
Alejandro Rodriguez
Alejandro Rodriguez
Director de Inversiones MREIT CKDCredit Suisse
Mexico
Alejandro Trujillo
Alejandro Trujillo
PartnerTrujillo Abogados
Mexico
Alejandro Trujillo es abogado especializado en operaciones inmobiliarias, incluyendo la estructuración de vehículos para inversión, adquisición y venta de activos, arrendamiento, desarrollo y construcción de proyectos, auditoría legal y financiamiento. Ha participado en diversas operaciones inmobiliarias con GE Capital Real Estate, incluyendo el financiamiento inmobiliario a favor de empresas como Prudential, Macquarie, Finsa, Walton, Prologis, Fibra Uno, Vesta y Gicsa, así como la sindicación de créditos con Banamex, HSBC, Banorte y Bancomext. También, en la adquisición por parte de GE del portafolio de créditos inmobiliarios en México de Eurohypo, así como en la compra de activos industriales de Finsa e Intermex
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