Conversations with ANZMEX: Panorama hacia la Elección Presidencial 2018

Hacienda de los Morales

Cost for members 500 MX

Cost for non members 600 MX



Conversations with ANZMEX and EMPRA 
(Emerging Markets Political Risk Analysis)


ANZMEX Business Council is pleased to invite you to a conversation with President and Founder of Emerging Markets Political Risk Analysis (EMPRA) Alejandro Schtulmann to discuss the political prospects ahead of the 2018 Mexican presidential election.
Alejandro Schtulmann will analyze the present state of Mexican politics, preliminary presidential polls, and other trends as well as the potential outcomes of the upcoming presidential elections, broken down by candidate and by party, with a focus on policy in key areas of the economy.

President, Head of Research

Alejandro Schtulmann is a founding partner and President of Emerging Markets Political Risk Analysis (EMPRA), a political risk advisory and consulting firm focusing primarily on Mexico. He is also the head of research.

Prior to founding EMPRA in 2007, Mr. Schtulmann worked as an independent consultant on energy issues and Latin American politics. Between 2001 and 2005, he worked as a research analyst for Eurasia Group on the Stability Index Project and as a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C. From 1997 to 1999, he worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Mexico, where he coordinated between the OECD and federal agencies on a wide range of policy projects.



Emerging Markets Political Risk Analysis (EMPRA) is Mexico’s leading political risk advisory firm. EMPRA delivers critical intelligence and independent analysis on political, policy, and security developments and their impact on key areas of the economy. EMPRA's services help decision makers anticipate upcoming changes in the political spectrum and formulate timely, successful strategies in the face of sudden changes and uncertainty. This has a direct impact on investment, decision making, and corporate performance.

Date: 15 November, 2017 
Time: 8:30am 
Venue: Hacienda de los Morales 
Cost: $500 
RSVP: Jael Duran

This event will be limited to 20 participants in order to have a frank and open conversation, we therefore ask you to confirm your attendance as soon as possible.