Equity in Latin America -
Thursday, September 17,
p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
credits in Areas of Professional Practice
by the Inter-American Affairs Committee of the New York State Bar
program will focus on current trends in private equity investing
in Latin America and strategies for successful investing in the
Recommendations for structuring transactions into Latin America
and exiting out of such investments - Panelists will provide key
strategies for investing in the region.
Applicable law and new trends in Brazil - Brazil is the
country that most investors planning to invest in emerging markets
for the first time want to target.
Legal reform and new opportunities in the Andean Region - now that
local pension funds can invest in Peruvian and Colombian funds,
the private equity industry is booming.
Trends and developments in Argentina after the mid-term elections
- How is private equity faring in the current environment and what
changes will the future bring?
Alfaro and Soledad Matteozzi, Alfaro Abogados, Buenos Aires and New
Marcio Mello Silva Baptista, Tozzini Freire, New
York and São Paulo
Carlos Fradique-Mendez, Brigard
& Urrutia, Bogotá
Alyssa A. Grikscheit, Goodwin
Procter LLP, New York
online - www.nysba.org/PrivateEquityWebcast
Section Members - $50**
Members - $85
Non-members - $125
CLE Webcast Information
New York State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education
Department has been approved as an accredited provider of
continuing legal education webcasts and
is a CLE Webcast?
Webcast is a live Internet broadcast, with audio and video
streaming of a seminar from which you may receive MCLE credit. You
can participate in the program from the comfort of your home or
office, without having to travel to a seminar site. The
webconferencing feature allows you to ask questions of the
speakers live online.
do I need to participate in a Webcast seminar?
A high-speed Internet connection
. A computer with sound card
. A recent version of Acrobat Reader in order to
download and view materials
will I receive written materials?
information will be emailed to you 24 hours before the program
begins. The written materials are available for viewing online
during the seminar, or, if you prefer, you can download them and
print them before participating in the seminar. All registrants
will be forwarded a web link to access the program and course
materials. If you would like a hard copy of the written materials
mailed to you, please contact the CLE
I be able to ask questions?
the seminar, attendees may submit questions to the speakers via
the Internet, and the speakers will answer the questions during
will I receive my MCLE certificate?
order to receive MCLE credit, you must stay online throughout the
seminar. Your connection and disconnect times are monitored by our
conferencing provider. During the seminar, the speaker will
announce a program code. You will need to write down the code on
the MCLE Listener Verification Form and mail in the form to
receive MCLE credit. You will receive your official MCLE
Certificate in about 2-4 weeks by mail in an envelope marked "MCLE
Please note that newly admitted attorneys cannot receive credit
for their participation in CLE webconferences and
Limited seating is available at the live location of this program
in New York City. To attend in person, please contact
Katherine Suchocki at (518) 487-5590 or email@example.com.