sexta-feira, 31 de julho de 2020

 
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Restructuring and Distressed Assets in Brazil:
Seizing Opportunities and Avoiding Disaster
Thursday, August 6
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (NY Time)
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected the operations of companies across various industries and their ability to service their debt and continue paying suppliers. Aviation, tourism and entertainment were the first industries to immediately suffer the consequences of social distancing and reduced demand and revenues, but other industries are bound to soon follow. Like other crises, the COVID-19-related drop in demand has resulted and will continue to condition in complex debt restructurings and opportunities to acquire strategic assets at discount prices. Our panel of prominent Brazilian-American legal and financial leaders will discuss how the lessons learned from successful and failed restructurings and distressed M&A transactions from the past can pave the way for U.S. and other foreign investors to properly protect their exposure to Brazilian companies in distress. The panel will also discuss how to capitalize on opportunities to make significant profits from a company’s turnaround .
 
Moderator:
Daniel LaudisioPartnerCescon Barrieu
Speakers:
Fábio RosasPartnerCescon Barrieu
Sam AguirrePartnerFTI Consulting
Pedro JimenezPartnerPaul Hastings
Jon KellnerPartnerPaul Hastings
Registration Information

Members: Free
Non-members: $15

Webinar information will be provided to registrants once registration has been completed.
Webinar organized by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with
Cescon Barrieu.
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. | 485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, NY 10022 | (212) 751-4691

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Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce  485 Madison Avenue, Suite 401, New York, New York 10022, United States  2127514691


July 31, 2020
Global Ecommerce Sales Will Decelerate This Year; TikTok vs. America and TV Ads in Console Games
 

Ecommerce has been a bright spot among retail channels during the coronavirus, as consumers became reliant on digital transactions amid physical store closures and fear of infection. However, the impact on ecommerce retail spending has not been felt evenly across the world.

Asia-Pacific and North America have led the regional totals for both brick-and-mortar and ecommerce sales, followed by Western Europe. Due in part to China's dominance, Asia-Pacific has gained a significant lead in ecommerce with 62.6% share, over North America and Western Europe, who are expected to have shares of 19.1% and 12.7%, respectively.

While some regions experienced tremendous growth in certain sectors of retail, we have adjusted our ecommerce estimates down to $3.914 trillion, as the deceleration of global retail in 2020 has surely impacted overall global retail sales.

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