Brazil-Asia Ties: A New Driver for Global Growth

Brazil-Asia Ties: A New Driver for Global Growth

Milena Zaniboni, Managing Director, Corporate and Government Ratings, Standard & Poor's Brazil

A Luncheon Presentation by MILENA ZANIBONI, Managing Director, Corporate and Government Ratings, Standard & Poor's Brazil

The BRIC economies, particularly China, India, and Brazil, emerged from the global financial crisis much more rapidly than the US and other advanced economies. What are the reasons behind this? Is this growth sustainable? There has also been increased trading among the BRIC countries, resulting in less dependency on advanced economies. Has the much talked about decoupling already happened? What is the expected trajectory of trade and investment links between Brazil and Latin America and China and Asia?

Milena Zaniboni is Managing Director for Corporate and Government Ratings at Standard and Poor's in Brazil. She joined the firm in 2000 after working at a number of large international banks, most recently Banco Santander Brasil. Zaniboni began her career as a credit analyst with BankBoston Brasil. She is a graduate of Unicamp, State University of Campinas.

Event Details

24 November 2010
7:15am - 9:00am

JW Marriott Hotel, Level 3, Pacific Place, Admiralty Hong Kong

HK$390 Asia Society members/Full-time students; HK$490 non-members (priority to members). To register, please contact [email protected]