News Brief: Matthew Beem, CFA has Joined the Caribbean-Latin American Economic & Public Policy Think Tank SEDI, the Economic Round Table & Kalalloo Network - The Marketplace
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Matthew Beem, CFA has Joined on as a new member, political analyst, correspondent and contributor to the emerging Caribbean-Latin American Economic & Public Policy Think Tank SEDI, its weekly Economic Round Table & Kalalloo Network - The Marketplace broadcast. Matthew Beem is a CFA charterholder (Chartered Financial Analyst) Vice President at EFG Capital International Corp, a Swiss financial institution. Mr. Beem is an expert on Latin America and Caribbean economic and financial markets. He also currently serves as the President of the CFA Society of Miami.He is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
Mr. Beem has been recruited by SEDI to assist in the establishment and spearheading of the development of its Miami, Fl and Washington DC US mainland operations, stemming from the President Obama and the White House proposed normalization of diplomatic relationship between the US and CUBA.
Mr. Beem conducted numerous market studies on Latin American markets (fixed income and equity); wrote customized research reports for FA’s on currencies, politics, markets, individual companies, and the economy; performed various speeches and presentations to client base in Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, and Ecuador; developed strategies that sought to minimize risk while allowing for exposure to the region in 2008; interviews and/or columns published in: El Norte (Mexico), El Financiero ( Mexico), El Economista (Mexico), El Tiempo (Colombia), La República (Colombia), El Quinto Día (Venezuela).
He has completed weekly reports on the Brazilian economy, the banking sector, exporting and importing in the Mercosur, and translations from Spanish to English, English to Spanish, and Spanish to Portuguese; wrote opinion pieces on Lula da Silva’s economic transition; contributed to projects commissioned by the World Bank on the structural changes following the devaluation in 2002 and its effects on the exporting sector; participated in region-wide conferences on the economy and political situation.
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Hurricane Gonzalo Breaking News Update:
1 Dead as Hurricane Gonzalo strengthens and aims for Bermuda. (AP)
Hurricane Gonzalo gathered strength moving over open water away from the eastern end of the Caribbean, and forecasters said it could become a powerful category 4 storm Wednesday as it headed toward Bermuda.
Authorities on some of the smaller islands buffeted by Gonzalo said at least one person was dead and two were missing. Dozens of boats were damaged and power was knocked out in the Dutch Caribbean territory of St. Maarten.
The storm had top sustained winds of nearly 125 mph (205 kph) and was centered about 705 miles (1,135 kilometers) south of Bermuda late Tuesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. It was moving northwest at 13 mph (20 kph).
The center said Gonzalo could become a category 4 hurricane during the day while it takes a path that would take it near Bermuda on Friday. Category 4 storms have sustained winds of at least 130 mph (209 kph) with the potential to cause catastrophic damage. For full the news story Click here