500 International Investment Experts Get Together in Brazil

    Global tendencies for capturing investments, the liquidity of paper in capital markets, corporate perspectives over the next few years, and the use of the newest tools and practices in the area of Investor Relations are some of the themes that promise to heat up the debate at the 7th National Meeting on Investor Relations and Capital Markets, scheduled for June 13 and 14 at the Gran Melia Mofarrej Hotel in São Paulo, Brazil.

    The event, the largest of its kind in all of Latin America, will bring together more than 500 professionals from Brazil and abroad to discuss cases and analyses essential to the development of capital markets and professional enhancement in the area of Investor Relations.


    Promoted jointly by the Associação Brasileira das Companhias Abertas (Brazilian Association of Publicly Held Corporations – ABRASCA) and the Instituto Brasileiro de Relações com Investidores (Brazilian Institute of Investor Relations – IBRI), the meeting will have as a principal focus mechanisms for generating liquidity in the stock market and the ever more sophisticated demands of investors.


    Brazil’s Minister of Development, Industry, and Foreign Commerce, Luiz Fernando Furlan, will attend the opening session, and the president of the Securities Commission (CMV) Marcelo Trindade will chair the closing session.


    In addition to the themes that directly affect the day-to-day operations of professionals, companies and others in the Investor Relations market, the meeting will also be a forum for discussion about the perspectives of Brazilian capital markets and challenges for Brazil to reach Investment Grade (classification of the degree of investment risk).


    Running parallel to the debates will be extensive exhibits and a service fair that will show attendees the latest in new offerings and products and services offered by suppliers to capital markets and Investor Relations. 


    The stands will show everything that publicly held companies, consultants, institutions, and others are producing to increase work efficiency in this market.


    To support communications, the event will provide a complete pressroom to meet all the needs of specialized reporters and distribution of press releases on-line to media everywhere, nationally and abroad. 


    Under the leadership of the president of ABRASCA, Alfried Ploger, the president of IBRI’s Board, Jose Luiz Acar Pedro, and the Executive Director of the IBRI, Doris Wilhelm, the event will bring together the principals and executives of Brazilian capital markets and representatives of international agencies, companies and other entities.


    Date: June 13 and 14, 2005
    Time: 8:30 AM, with registration at 8:00 AM
    Place: Gran Melia Mofarrej Hotel
    Alameda Santos, 1437 – São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil


    Asociação Brasileira das Cias.Abertas
    www.abrasca.org.br


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