Private equity investors are flocking to Brazil, partly driven by hopes of infrastructure investment opportunities in the run-up to the World Cup games this year and the Olympics in 2016. So while there are plenty of reasons to be bullish, it is also worth noting that all of that interest in Brazil could increase the prices investors must pay for properties, and there are already signs that some investor interest is spilling over to other Latin countries, like Mexico and Colombia, as a result. That is the view of Michael Rogers, EY’s global deputy sector leader for private equity, and Stephen M. Sammut, a senior fellow and lecturer at Wharton, who discuss these and related topics in this Knowledge@Wharton podcast.
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