4th Annual Financing Latin American Power Projects (PB326)

Venue: Fontainebleau Hilton Resort

Location: Miami, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 28, 2003 End Date/Time: Jul 29, 2003
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Attracting funds, whether for restructuring deals, re-financing portfolios, acquiring asset or greenfield development, is a challenge for the Latin America power sector in the current economic and energy climate.

Gain the in-depth information you need on:

-The credit quality of power projects in Latin America

-Impact of the international accounting and credit environment on developer involvement in Latin America

-Lender appetite for doing business in Latin America

-Requirements for refinancing in the current climate

-Opportunities in restructuring and acquiring distressed assets

-Potential for raising funds from debt, equity, multilateral, regional and local sources

Hear Updates on the Legal, Regulatory and Political Frameworks of the
Region’s 2 Largest Markets from Key Government Spokesmen:

Mexico -- Alfredo Elias Ayub, Director General,
Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE)

Brazil -- L. Pinguelli Rosa, President, Eletrobras

Benefit from 4 Case Studies:

Altimira II * AES Refinancing * CDC Globeleq Acquisitions * Termo Pernambuco
Gain Insights from Leaders in Latin American Power Sector Finance, including:
Jeff Safford, AES Eletropaulo * Robert Hart, CDC Globeleq
Peter F. Fitzgerald, Chadbourne & Park
Carmen Elena Carbonell, Corporacion Andina de Fomento (CAF)
Roger D. Stark and Vera Rechsteiner, Coudert Brothers
Samuel Sherman, Credit Agricola Indosuez
Everett Santos, Emerging Markets Partnership * Daniel R. Kastholm, Fitch Ratings
Rocio Medina-Bolivar, Inter-American Investment Bank (IDB) * Julie Martin, Marsh
Dino Barajas, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy * Bruno Mejean, NordLB
Nancy A. Rivera, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Clyde Fritz, Project Risk Partners (PRP) * Eduarde Uribe, Standard & Poor’s
Terry Newendorp, Taylor DeJongh

PLUS – Choose from 2, in-depth, pre-conference workshop on:
A. Mitigate Risks in Latin American Power Projects
B. Restructure Projects and Portfolios for Economic Recovery or Sale