As the Institutional Revolutionary Party settles in for its return to power, many believe this is Mexico’s moment. From a macroeconomic standpoint, Mexico has seen positive economic growth through the financial crisis, has cut inflation in half, has kept its budget deficits to 2% and carries public sector debt at a level one-third of that of the United States. The country also stands as a leader in free trade, with more free trade agreements than any other of the Latin America nations. The Bloomberg Mexico Conference will look at the country from all angles, offer perspective on what to expect from public sector and private sector leaders as Mexico continues to hold the interest of the global investment community.
July 10, 2013
New York Academy of Sciences | New York
July 11, 2013
George W. Bush Presidential Center | Dallas
As the alternative investment market forms the new normal for sophisticated investors Bloomberg’s Alternative Investment conference will look at winning strategies in this increasingly growing, volatile and complex market, analyzing what’s new in traditional choices and true for emerging trends. Family offices, institutional investors and private accounts interested in a full assessment of the universe of choices and seeking non-traditional avenues to generate long and short-term returns will have the opportunity to review top investment selections and strategies that allow diversification in a new economy. The full scope of energy investments, hedge fund and private equity offerings, angel investing and collectibles will all be reviewed. We’ll assemble a group of the smartest and most provocative players for topical discussions and assessment of fresh new ideas that enable long-lasting choices in a new alternative investment space for Texan investors.
September 10, 2013
The second Bloomberg Sports Business Summit brings together the commissioners, team owners, players and bankers who drive the business of sports. The program will cover stadium finance, broadcast rights, league strategy, and the politics behind bidding for a team. How is Wall Street strategy changing the business of sports? Sports M&A: what teams are in play? Stadium Finance: How to build it? Will they come? From buying to growing revenue and selling teams the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit will look at the money behind the games.
September 12, 2013
The Canadian Issuers Conference will examine the market for Canadian bonds. Canadian borrowers raised $94 billion selling bonds in the U.S. last year. As Canada transitions from a housing-led economy to export-driven growth, we’ll look at efforts to sell in the U.S.—whether to fund pipeline expansions or for provincial governments to diversify. With interest rates remaining low, will it continue to be an issuers’ market? How are investors positioning for a potential dialing back of stimulus by the Federal Reserve? We’ll hear from finance ministers, chief financial officers, pension fund managers, bankers, energy and commodity producers and money managers in a day-long discussion of Canada’s fixed income market—and its biggest customer.
September 16, 2013
Apella at the Alexandria Center | New York
The Bloomberg Next Big Thing Summit: NYC follows the June launch of the Bloomberg Next Big Thing Summit in Half Moon Bay California. The New York edition focuses on industries that touch the unique entrepreneur ecosystem that has been exploding in New York City. The event convenes the most influential investors and industry leaders in innovation, technology, science and exploration to look at what is looming on the great frontiers of tech, the city as a laboratory for innovation, the future of money, media and content. The program will bring together CEOs, VC & PE Fund Managers, entrepreneurs, investment bankers, and analysts for a series of high level conversations examining strategic investment opportunities in ‘The Next Big Thing.’
September 24, 2013
New-York Historical Society | New York
The annual Bloomberg Markets 50 Summit will bring together the world’s most influential leaders in global markets, finance, business and government from around the world to speak before an audience of 200 high-profile investment professionals.
October 10, 2013
Much of the discourse about Americans’ lengthening life expectancies focuses on the liabilities and costs – of health care, of retirement, of pensions. When people live longer, government pays longer. Enterprises, entrepreneurs, and investors are positioning themselves to capitalize on what has been called The Longevity Economy. This 50+ market accounting for $3.5 trillion annually in consumer spending is ripe for disruption. The Bloomberg Longevity Economy conference will focus on the economic opportunities that lengthening life expectancies are creating, the companies that are the first-movers, and their investors.
October 17, 2013
The first-ever Bloomberg Energy Summit captures the $6 trillion global energy industry at a moment of unprecedented transformation. As the United States stands on the verge of energy independence, we’ll explore the global implications of that transition, as well as the broader themes in the world of natural resources. Using unmatched resources across newsgathering, data and analytics, Bloomberg will gather investors, executives and policymakers for fast-paced discussions. We’ll discuss the state of hydrofracturing and its economic, political and investment repercussions, the intersection of public and private funds in building a new energy infrastructure and debate who stands to win and lose in the new world of natural resources.
October 22, 2013
The Bloomberg Dealmakers Summit comes to Europe. Bloomberg Dealmakers brings the biggest rainmakers in M&A and Private Equity to look at deal flow, LBO & IPO activity, in the complex European economic environment. We will look at the industry from a sector specific view, exploring energy, healthcare, media, the institutional investors view, technology and telecoms. We will investigate where the next emerging markets may be and update our audience on the latest trends in regulation.
November 6, 2013
New York, NY
The multi-trillion municipal-securities market has undergone tremendous change with the lingering effects of the U.S. recession on state and local government finances across the country. The seventh Bloomberg State & Municipal Finance conference will convene public sector policy makers, labor leaders, pension fund managers, institutional investors and issuers for a full-day program covering current issues central to state and municipal finance and evaluate opportunities for investors and participants in the municipal bond market.