Government reforms to Mexico's telecommunications market will allow foreign investment in the sector to grow from 49 percent to 100 percent, marking a paradigm shift in the state of Mexico Telecoms.
New regulator, Ifetel, seeks to increase competition in the telecoms market, as well as withdraw power from those monopolising it, and make investment opportunities more accessible to overseas investors. As a result, there is an increasing amount of exciting prospects in the pipeline for new market players.
But how can you successfully break into this emerging market, understand the impact of proposed regulations and navigate political & legal uncertainty?
Join us on 7 October to address these challenges and access attractive investment opportunities within the Mexico Telecoms market.
Key topics for discussion include:
- Will Ifetel's regulation stimulate greater competition or will penalising large players backfire?
- Mexico's legal and political climate and its potential impact on your investment
- Expanding and updating telecoms infrastructure: How are critical developments being financed?
- The most effective and low-risk, post-reform business models
- Will the removal of caps on foreign business ownership increase overseas investment to date?
Super Early Bird - Book before the 29August: £720
Early Bird - Book before the 19September: £760
Speakers: Julian Watson, , John Donoghue, Martin Cave
+44 207 608 7074