2024 is brimming with significant elections globally. The EU and Mexican elections are just two of over 50 expected to take place in what has been described as the biggest election year in history, and the results will prove consequential for many years to come.

As such, we are teaming up with Chamber Patron Signum Global to host a technical roundtable which will delve into how these elections will impact the future direction of the EU and Mexico.

Operating at the intersection of policy and global markets, Signum Global is an independent advisory firm best equipped to anticipate and assess policy agendas to ensure businesses are better prepared to navigate increasing macro and geopolitical volatility with greater clarity and certainty.

Exclusive to Patron and Benefactor Members of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, this session, delivered by Senior Analysts and Partners at Signum Global Advisors, will cover:

EU Elections

Will there be a real rise in populist parties on the right, following recent gains?

What impact will the election results have on EU policymaking (and what sectors will be most affected by the results)?

Mexico Elections

Is Sheinbaum’s victory assured, or is there room for an electoral upset?

How likely is the new President to secure a supermajority in Congress?

How will the election results transform Mexico’s policy environment?

Date & Time: Tuesday 23rd April, 14:30 (for a 15:00 start) – 16:00

Location: Hybrid – Online or at Signum Global’s London Office | 33 St James’s Square | St. James’s | London SW1Y 4JS




About the speakers:

Nicholas FitzRoy, Senior UK/Europe Analyst and Partner at Signum Global Advisors, has a decade of experience producing political and economic analysis, mainly for corporates and governments.

Nico previously worked at The Economist Intelligence Unit where he focused on political and economic forecasting, and headed up the firm’s business risk practice. He was also a senior political risk analyst for G4S Risk Consulting. Nico holds an MSc in International Relations from Bristol University, as well as an MSc in Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Economics, both from Birkbeck, University of London.

Rafael Ch is Partner and Senior Analyst for Latin America and Emerging Markets at Signum Global Advisory. With over a decade of experience, he advises on geoeconomics, macro-financial, and political risks for a range of clients, including institutional investors, development banks, corporates, and governments. Rafael’s expertise focuses on the impact of political frictions on asset pricing, especially in fixed-income, FX, and ESG investments.

Rafael was previously the lead economist at the International Crisis Group and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton’s Empirical Studies of Conflict Program, where he specialized in the nexus of political frictions and macro-financial risk in emerging and debt-distressed economies. Before joining Signum, he also taught as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU’s Politics Department and Stern School of Business.

Rafael holds a Ph.D. in Politics from NYU, where he specialised in political economy and political risk in Latin America, and was a Fulbright Scholar during his Master’s in Politics at NYU. He has authored numerous policy reports, served as the lead investigator for multilateral development banks’ flagship reports, and published several papers in top-10 economics and political science journals.



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