Latin American Elections

Not politics as usual: Investing in LatAm in 2018

 

Latin American Elections

 

As three major economies head to the polls in 2018 sharing an unusual level of political unpredictability, what are the stakes for investment in Latin America?

Market conditions and economic growth are positive, and investment into the region is up. While the Latin American market is promising for investors, pivotal elections occurring in 2018 in Colombia, Mexico, and Brazil will underwrite the ease of doing business and the income from equity returns in key sectors. Now more than ever it is important to evaluate investments holistically, assessing the social, economic, and political complexities at play and insuring that your business is well-placed to withstand the unexpected.

 

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Election timeline

Colombia
  • Colombia

May 27 and June 17

Colombia presidential election (first round and runoff)

Mexico
  • Mexico

July 1

Mexico general elections

Brazil
  • Brazil

October 7 and October 28

Brazil general elections (first round and runoff)

Not politics as usual: Investing in LatAm in 2018

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We kicked off our series with an introductory webinar on May 21, where our senior analysts discussed the outlook for investment into the region and shared our preliminary election forecasts for Colombia, Mexico and Brazil.

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