- The Event
- Program Wednesday, November 30th
- Partners and Sponsors
- Photo Gallery
- Registration Closed
Doing Business in Brazil 2016 - 10th edition
The Brazil Canada Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) is pleased to announce the 10th edition of our traditional “Doing Business in Brazil” to take place in Toronto on November 30th 2016.
This half-day series of seminars aims to provide vital information to Canadian investors and business executives who are interested in doing business with Brazil.
With the impeachment process of former president Dilma Roussef finalized, the new goverment led by President Michel Temer has the opportunity to reshape Brazil’s economy - and many foreign investors consider the proposed reforms as a turning point for the recovery of the country.
This year, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce will offer an in-depth analysis of the current economic and political situation, the priorities of the new government, the trending sectors for 2017, an overview of bilateral agreements in place and investment opportunities for Canadian companies who wish to engage with the Brazilian market.
We will also address the perspectives for 2017 in the commodity markets (natural, mineral and renewable energy), since forecasters expect that prices will rise 8.6% year-on-year in Q4 2016 - and the demand should continue rising and prices increasing throughout 2017, although at a slower pace.
This is an excellent opportunity to network with our members and partners as well as to expose your brand to potential investors and companies doing business in Brazil.
For more photos, please go to http://www.discoverbrazil.ca/gallery/business-brazil-2016-bccc/
Baker & McKenzie
181 Bay St, suite 2100
Brookfield Place | Wellington Tower
08:00am to 02:00pm
Wednesday, November 30th
Registration and Breakfast
Ademar Seabra da Cruz, Deputy Consul General of Brazil in Toronto
Brazilian Economic & Political Outlook
Robert Lavigne, Managing Director, Economic Research at OMERS
Pablo Breard, Vice-President & Head of International Economics at Scotiabank
Otaviano Canuto, Executive Director at World Bank *
Commodities & Biofuels Overview
Greg McNab, Partner at Baker & McKenzie
Jaime Rueda, VP of Trade at Broadgrain Commodities (TBC)
Matt Simpson, CEO at Brazil Potash
Luis Fernando Correa da Silva Machado, Deputy Head of the Division for New and
Renewable Resources at the Brazilian Ministry for External Relations *
Trending Sectors - What to expect for 2017
Frederico Marques, Chair of the BCCC
Louis Pierre Emond, Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner for Brazil at the Canadian Consulate General in Sao Paulo
Paulo Dalla Nora, Partner at Fir Capital *
Daniella Tavares, Partner at Lobo & DeRizzo
Brazil-Canada Trade: Back to Growth
Ambassador Rick Savone, Ambassador of Canada to Brazil *
Networking Luncheon and Keynote Speaker
Councillor Norm Kelly, Vice-Chair of Economic Development Committee at City of Toronto
End of Event
* Speakers will participate via video conference
Members: CAD 70
Non Members: CAD 120