The IFR Chile Capital Markets Roundtable took place on May 16, a month after the latest wave of Covid took hold in the younger community and the week following the weekend election of members to a constituent assembly charged with writing a new constitution. The results of the election were surprising to financial markets and to the panel themselves. Support for the ruling coalition collapsed, while voters returned a significant proportion of independents sitting on the left of the political spectrum. In the last two years, Chile has also come through the riots of 2019 and the first wave of the pandemic in 2020. The panel met to discuss how Chile fared through the turmoil of recent years and look at what’s in store for the country as it, and the rest of the globe, begins to emerge from a Covid-induced slump into a newer economic, financial and social environment while keeping a wary eye on its own domestic political vagaries.
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