Fireside Chat: 2021 Latin America Private Equity Outlook

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:00 PMGMT Standard Time

Join Chicago Booth for a Fireside Chat with Gil Karsten ’08, Partner & Private Equity Divestment LatAm, Patria Investments and Thomas McDonald ’08, Managing Partner, Head of Americas, Jaguar Growth Partners alongside Julie Morton, Associate Dean of the Executive MBA Program

Join us to learn how the Private Equity market in Latin America has fared amid the ongoing global pandemic and turbulent economic and geopolitical landscape. During this virtual session you will also hear about Thomas and Gil’s transformational Booth experience, and discover how the MBA impacted their careers. 

Attend this virtual session to:

  • Learn how they applied the ’Chicago Approach’ to their decision making
  • Hear about opportunities and challenges within the Latin American Private Equity business, and their outlook for 2021 
  • Understand how they leveraged the Chicago Booth network to navigate their careers and forge lifelong friendships
  • Discover ‘why Booth’ and ‘why not somewhere else’

Our alumni tell us the MBA prepared them to tackle the toughest business challenges and offered access to a network of the best and brightest executives from around the world. Attend this Fireside Chat to find out what a Booth MBA could mean to you. There will be an opportunity to submit questions ahead of the webinar.

Online - Tuesday 16 March
São Paulo, Santiago, Buenos Aires - 16:00
Chicago, Lima, Bogota - 14:00
Mexico City - 13:00

 

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