How will companies in the region fare in 2021?

A view of the determinants of corporate performance in the main industries in Latin America. Covering the following sectors: Oil and Gas, Mining, Travel and Tourism, Agribusiness, Manufacturing, Technology.

With:

  • Lucas Aristizábal, Latin America Corporate Ratings, Fitch
  • Marcos Schmidt, VP, Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s
  • Diego Ocampo, Senior Director and Sector Lead, Corporate Ratings, Standard & Poor’s
  • Rina Quijada, Vice President of business development, Latin America, IHS Markit
  • Moderator: Ricardo Meléndez-Ortiz, Senior Strategic Advisor, Latin Trade

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