Thursday, May 19, 2016 | 8:30 AM

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

Please join us for this special event presented by the Atlantic Council and Baker & McKenzie. Distinguished thought leaders will offer their insights on topics critical to the success of global businesses, including:

  • Identifying and Positioning for Global Growth Markets


  • Trade Shifts and the Future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)


  • Global Data Security & Privacy Developments


  • Next Steps and Opportunities in Cuba


  • Upcoming US Elections & Preparing for Change


Confirmed Speakers

  • Roberto Berry

    , Assistant General Counsel, International Affairs & Compliance, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group


  • Glen Bolger

    Partner, Public Opinion Strategies


  • Luis de la Calle

    Former Undersecretary of International Business Negotiations, Secretariat of the Economy of Mexico


  • Peter MacKay,

    Former Canadian Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Minister of National Defence, and Minister of Foreign Affairs


  • Jason Marczak

    Director, Latin America Economic Growth Initiative,
    Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
    , Atlantic Council


  • Paul Maslin

    Principal Researcher, FM3


  • Robert Muse

    , Cuba Policy Advocate, Offices of Robert Muse


  • Peter Schechter

    Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, Atlantic Council


  • Paula Stern

    Former Chairwoman, US International Trade Commission

Partners from Baker & McKenzie’s International Commercial Practice Group in Mexico, the United States and Canada will also be participating.

Additional speakers to be confirmed.

This program is a valuable opportunity to gain new insights, exchange ideas, strengthen connections, and forge new relationships with a distinguished group of global thought leaders, international business executives, and leading legal advisors.

This event will open Baker & McKenzie’s Annual International Commercial Practice Group Meeting, bringing the group’s lawyers from offices across North America and around the world to Mexico City.

Attendance is free of charge.  Registration is required and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 



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