Manucci Advogados in association with Trowers & Hamlins: Cross border investment and business growth in Brazil and UK 

Event details

London office

Wednesday 18 September 2019

5.30pm - 7.30pm

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Whether you are a UK business seeking to invest, trade or grow in Brazil, or a Brazilian company exploring opportunities in the UK, you are invited to a panel discussion on cross border investment and international growth to and from the UK and Brazil. 

Join us and hear from our panel of guest speakers including:

  • Mauricio Munguia, Latam Desk Director, Santander
  • Sergio Gullo, Chairman, Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain
  • Huw W. Hampson Jones, CEO, Oxis Energy
  • Pietro Carmignani, CEO UK, Gympass
  • Alexandre Frubel, General Manager, Tramontina UK
  • Mateus Gomes, Head of Business Expansion, SalaryFits
  • Sarah Chapman, CEO, Faro Energy 
  • Department for International Trade Expert - FPBS Sector Team

The event is hosted by Manucci Advogados, in association with Trowers & Hamlins, Department of Trade & Industry, Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain and endorsed by the Brazilian Embassy in London.


6pm: Welcome

6.10pm: Market view Mauricio Munguia, Latam Desk Director, Santander

6.20pm: Trade and investment, M&A opportunities Sergio Gullo, Chairman, Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain

6.30pm: Panel discussion - sharing knowledge and experience of how UK businesses have expanded into Brazil, and how Brazilian companies are doing business in the UK

7pm: Questions & close Délber Andrade Gribel Lage, Partner, Manucci Advogados

7.15pm onwards: Drinks & networking


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