Lineup announced for BritCham’s economic sustainability forum

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The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) is an increasingly active group. Pictured here is Chamber of Tourism (Camtur) president Annette Cardenas, dictating her piece on growth in Panama’s tourism industry at a recent BritCham lunch.

The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) is an increasingly active group. Pictured here is Chamber of Tourism (Camtur) president Annette Cardenas, dictating her piece on growth in Panama’s tourism industry at a recent BritCham lunch.

What is required to maintain the sustainability of economic growth in Panama? Is the opportunity to become an OECD member a burden or opportunity for the nation? These themes and more will be addressed by the British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) on Wednesday, October 23.

Panel guests

“The sustainability of economic growth in Panama” will be the subject of Panel 1. The moderator will be Jose Abbo (VP Board of Directors Panama Sovereign Wealth Fund) and the panel will be: Alberto Aleman Zubieta (Former Canal Administrator); David Saied (President Platinum Consulting); Herman Arboleda (Public Policy Ministry of Finance); Arturo Carvajal (Financial advisor KPMG).

Panel 2 will investigate the question “The OECD and Panama: burden or opportunity?”. Joseph Salterio (Chairman BritCham) will moderate this panel and he will be joined by the following speakers: Francisco Alvarez de Soto (Former Vice Finance Minister); Jaime Aleman (Partner Alcogal); Domingo Latorraca (Consultant Deloitte).

The forum will be held in the American Trade Hotel from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It will be in English with simultaneous interpretation provided for Spanish. It will last three hours, and will be followed by a networking lunch.

Tickets are $70 for members and $85 for non members. Visit britcham.com.pa.

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