Fluet was proud to host the Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural “Latin American International Investment Series: Business Opportunities in Colombia” in our event space on Friday, Dec. 7.
Trade and investment advisors, financial institution officials, and private investors discussed Colombia’s robust investment climate and human capital, how to build long-term relationships with U.S. and Colombian key public and private sector decision-makers, exporter and investor best practices, and more.
The panel included Susana Marino, President of the Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Ryan Brennan, Vice President of the Office of Investment Policy at Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC); Ellen Meinhart, International Trade Manager at Virginia Department of Economic Development (VEDP); Michael Jackson, Lead Business Development Officer at Export-Import Bank (EXIM); and Joel Cassman, Former U.S. Foreign Service Officer at U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Colombia.
Moderators included Dara Iserson, Business Development and Strategy at NOVAHCC, and Roger Santodomingo, Senior Fellow at CDDA and Columnist for El Pais and El Tiempo Latino.
Fluet has full-service International Trade + Transactions and Corporate + Business Transactions groups. Our team assists clients with mergers, acquisitions, investment, capital raising, due diligence, corporate formation, export and import laws (including ITAR, EAR, and CFIUS), and more.
Fluet attorneys have substantial experience in virtually every major industry and have managed transactions in numerous countries, including Colombia.