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May 09th, 2018

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Hotel Hilton Midtown - New York - USA

Speakers

20 Professionals

Interpretation

English and Portuguese

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Welcome Letter

SANTANDER ISO DATAGRO New York Sugar & Ethanol Conference 2018

 

Aiming to discuss the main issues of the global Sugar and Ethanol industries and to bring together representatives of the international community of producers, traders, brokers, investors, and from the financial market in general, the Santander Bank, International Sugar Organization (ISO) and DATAGRO will hold, on May 09th, 2018 the 12th edition of the SANTANDER ISO DATAGRO New York Sugar & Ethanol Conference. Recognized as the official technical event of the New York Sugar Dinner, since its first edition, the Conference has become an established tradition in the global sugar and ethanol calendar.

 

Last year more than 450 leaders from 22 countries gathered, for an intense day of lectures and debates with the most renowned specialists in the sugar and ethanol markets in the world. With simultaneous interpretation in English, Portuguese and Spanish, the Conference takes place at the elegant Hilton Midtown in New York.

Location:

1335, 6th  Ave, NY 10019, USA - The event will takes place at the Trianon Room - 3rd floor - The New York Hilton Midtown.

Previous Atendees

See 2017 Edition

Programme

REGISTRATION

WORLD SUGAR SUPPLY & DEMAND FOR 17/18 AND 18/19 (OCT/SEP)

TRADE FLOWS

COFFEE BREAK

GROWTH, EXCHANGE& INTEREST RATE

RENOVABIO: A NEW EXPANSION PHASE FOR BRAZIL? IMPLEMENTATION, TARGETS, PRODUCER RESPONSE, & IMPACT ON COMPETITIVENESS

USA - ETHANOL TRADE & EXPANSION OF CORN ETHANOL PRODUCTION

LUNCHEON

ASIA: CHINA, THAILAND AND INDIA

SUSTAINABILITY OF SUGAR PRODUCTION IN CENTRAL AMÉRICA

SUGAR INVESTMENTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

EU - EXPORT AND EXPANSION STRATEGY

CONCLUDING REMARKS

Bob Dinneen President, Renewable Fuels association, Washington,DC, USA.

Bob Dinneen is the President and CEO of the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), the leading trade association for America’s ethanol industry. Collectively representing the majority of U.S. ethanol industry leaders and supporters, RFA’s mission is to increase the production and use of renewable fuels and to create a dynamic, robust ethanol industry. As the ethanol industry’s lead lobbyist before the Congress and Administration, Bob has been instrumental in advancing policies that protect the environment, strengthen the U.S. economy, and promote energy independence. Since 2008, Bob has repeatedly been recognized as a “top lobbyist” by Capitol Hill’s must-read newspaper, The Hill. A noted expert on energy and environmental policy and issues affecting the U.S. ethanol industry, Bob regularly testifies before federal agencies and congressional committees. His views and expertise have been solicited by top policymakers in the Bush (41), Clinton, Bush (43), and Obama Administrations, including Secretaries of Energy, Agriculture, Treasury, and Commerce, and the Director of the Environmental Protection Agency. Bob has represented the U.S. ethanol industry at state, national, and international forums and addressed major gatherings of international leaders in Europe and South America. For more than two decades, Bob’s advocacy and leadership have helped to move RFA and the ethanol industry forward. In 1988, he joined RFA as Legislative Director and assumed the role of President in 2001. Bob’s successful coalition-building efforts have paved the way for industry growth and directly resulted in public policy achievements such as the expansion of the historic Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) to 36 billion gallons by 2022. A frequent speaker on ethanol-related issues, Bob has been featured in top print, broadcast, and online media outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Associated Press, Reuters, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, CNBC, FOX, and a wide variety of regional and trade publications. Additionally, Bob is a featured contributor on “The Huffington Post,” the web’s most widely read blog for political news. Prior to joining RFA, Bob worked in the U.S. Congress for various Representatives and congressional committees. Bob graduated from the Catholic University of America with a bachelor’s degree in political science.

Deputado Arnaldo Jardim Deputado, Câmara dos Deputados, Brasilia,Former Secretary of Agriculture for the State of São Paulo, Brazil

Arnaldo Jardim was born in Altinópolis, city in the Brazilian State of São Paulo. He is a civil engineer at the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (USP) and began his political life as a student leader, when he was director of the Central Directory of Students (DCE) of USP and the State Union of Students, at the time of the struggles for democracy. He served four terms as a state deputy and was bench leader of PMDB’s (Party of the Brazilian Democratic Movement) at the São Paulo Legislative Assembly. Elected for the first time in 1985, he was the draftsman of the State Constitution and the amendment that ended parliamentary immunity for common crimes. Jardim was State Secretary of Housing between 2002 and 2004. He was the author of the State Policy to Support Cooperativism, the State Solid Waste Policy, the Adolescents Health Program, the Cooperative Support Law, and coordinated the parliamentary fronts of housing, cooperativism and clean energy. He was the first vice-leader of the PPS’s (Popular Socialist Party) bench in the Federal Chamber. Head of the Mines and Energy Commission and President of the Parliamentary Front in Defense of National Infrastructure and the Parliamentary Front for the Valorization of the Sugar and Energy Sector (Ethanol Front); Member of the Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development and Coordinator of the Working Group on Solid Waste of the National Congress Parliamentary Front. He was Rapporteur of the National Policy on Solid Waste (PNRS). He is draftsman of the Environmental Services Payment Act (PSA). In the last five years, he has recognized in the publications "100 Heads of the National Congress", elaborated by the Inter-Union Department of Parliamentary Advice (Diap), and by votes made by the Brazilian web portal Congress in Focus, as one of the best parliamentarians of the Federal Chamber. Currently, Arnaldo Jardim federal deputy (licensee) in third term (2007/2018) and presided over CONSEAGRI - National Council of Secretaries of Agriculture (2015/2016).

Enrico Biancheri Head of International Sugar Trading Louis Dreyfus Company-LDC, Geneva, Switzerland.

Started his career in sugar trading in 2003 at LDC as a trader of sugar and ethanol based in Brazil, in 2009 with the spinoff of Biosev, the second largest sugarcane company in Brazil. From LDC he moved to be the commercial manager of Biosev, looking after the hedging, marketing and logistics of sugar and ethanol. In 2011, he was appointed Chief Commercial Officer, overlooking the cane origination as well as the marketing and risk management for sugar, ethanol and electricity produced by Biosev. In 2013 he was appointed a board member of Unica, position held until 2016. In 2016 Enrico moved back to LDC as the head of sugar trading. He holds an undergraduate degree in Economics and a Master of science in Finance.

Frank Lee General Manager, Links Commodities Trading, China.

M.B.A on Financial Derivatives in CAU, General Manager of Link Commodities Trading Co,.Ltd. Joined in LouisDreyfus Beijing since 2003, served as Sugar Analyst, Sugar Trader, Commercial Director, managing sugar research & trading in China. In 2015, Frank set up Link Commodities Trading Co,.Ltd with support from China hedging funds groups, focusing on sugar value chain trading(corn-starch-sugar), both physicals and portfolios. Frank set up mature research structure on sugar value chain and more than 10 years’ experience in sugar physical & portfolio trading, good at risk managements in the trading sector. Education: 1999.9—2003.6 Dept. of Seed Science and Technology of China Agricultural University, B.A 2007.9—2010.9 Dept. of Economy Management of China Agricultural University, M.B.A. Careers: 2003.3 – 2005.3 Sugar Analyst in LouisDreyfus Commodities. 2005.3 – 2011.3 Sugar Trader in LouisDreyfus Commodities 2011.3 – 2013.3 China Sugar Trading Manager in LouisDreyfus Commodities 2013.3 – 2014.11 China Sugar Commercial Director in LouisDreyfus Commodities 2015.1 - General Manager in Link Commodities.

Friedrich Becker Head of Global Markets, Suedzucker, Germany.

Friedrich-W. Becker is Head of the Global Markets department inside the Business Unit Sugar/Sales at Südzucker AG. He has served in different functional and regional positions throughout his career inside the Südzucker Group over the past 20 years. He holds a master’s degree in business from the University of Göttingen, Germany. Südzucker, with its sugar, special products, CropEnergies and fruit segments, is one of the leading companies in the food industry. In the traditional sugar business, the group is the world market leader, with 29 sugar factories and two refineries, extending from France in the west via Belgium, Germany and Austria, through to Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Bosnia and Moldova in the east. The special products segment, consisting of the functional ingredients for food and animal feed (BENEO), chilled/frozen products (Freiberger), portion packs (PortionPack Europe) and starch divisions, is an important growth driver. The CropEnergies segment covers the bioethanol activities in Germany, Belgium, France and the UK. In the fruit segment, the group operates internationally, is the world market leader for fruit preparations and is a leading supplier of fruit juice concentrates in Europe. In 2017/18, the group employed about 18,500 persons and generated revenues of EUR 7.0 billion.

Hans-Dieter Schroeder Consultant to the Head of Export, International Sugar Trading at Pfeifer & Langen, Koln, Germany.

Is working in the sugar business for over 40 years and has a long term experience as producer, trader and exchange broker. Since 1999 he is responsible for the international trade with Pfeifer & Langen in Cologne, one of the main European producers."

Ivan Melo Commercial Director, Raizen, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Ivan graduated in Business Administration in Rio de Janeiro. During his career, he worked on foreign trade. He started his career in 1988 at Sab Trading and also worked at Coimex, ETH (Odebrecht Agroindustrial), Abengoa and currently is commercial director for sugar at Raizen – joint venture between Shell and Cosan. At Raízen he accounts for sugar trade in international market and domestic Market, with focus on industrial market.

Jamal Al Ghurair Managing Director, Al Khaleej Sugar Company LLC, Dubai

As a Managing Director of Al Khaleej Sugar (AKS), Jamal Al Ghurair leads the largest and most energy efficient standalone sugar refinery in the world. Ever since 1995 he succeeded to turn the business to a victorious story by expanding its production capacity- with the dedicated vision of Al Ghurair- from 2400 to more than 7000 metric tons per day in 2012. Also, Al Khaleej Sugar contributes currently 3% of the world refined Sugar’ production. Al Ghurair prosperity in the sugar industry surpassed all expectations due to his deep knowledge, clear-sight and close business relationships with tier one Brazilian suppliers who have been providing AKS with finest sugarcane for the past 11 years. Al Ghurair is now the Vice-Chairman of Emirates Investment & Development PSC, a recognized private shareholding firm in UAE with a comprehensive portfolio of investments. Concurrently, he is managing his own group of companies which include: - Porcellan Co LLC: one of the world’s largest porcelain manufacturers - Gypsemna Co LLC: a company specialized in producing gypsum boards - Khalid & Jamal Al Ghuriar Real-estate Co LLC - Brothers General Transport LLC - Deira & Nasir Gas Distribution - Giptec: an auto garage for service, repair and spare parts Being an active member of many ventures and a fixture within the UAE business society, Al Ghurair served on a number of advisory boards for both government and Public sector organizations including Director of Mashreq Bank, and was an Executive member of the Federal National Council of the UAE between 2000-2002.

José Orive Executive Director, International Sugar Organization- ISO,London, United Kingdom

José Orive Jose Orive was born July 31, 1958, in Guatemala, and is an attorney at Law. “Summa Cum Laude” in Common Law Studies/ International Law at Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. 1985, and “Cum Laude” in J.D., Francisco Marroquín University, Guatemala City 1983, has had multiple, such as: • Executive director of the Central American Sugar Association (AICA), entity which negotiates for the private sugar industry, with emphasis on coordination of joint actions on priority issues, clearinghouse for information relevant to the sector, publications. • Partner at Artlex law firm, in charge of large corporate clients, distribution contracts and environmental issues, arbitration. • Chairman at the ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE OF LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN (AACCLA), Washington, D.C. • Board Member of the PANAMERICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (PADF), Washington, D.C.

Marcelo Mancini Stella Vice President, Atvos S/A, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Marcelo Mancini Stella has served as the Vice President in charge of Commercial, Logistics, Supply and Business Development for Ethanol, Sugar and Energy businesses at Atvos since 2010. Previously, he occupied leading positions at Braskem from 2002 to 2010, as Business Director of Polyethylene, Vinyls and Polypropylene businesses. He worked for Pilkington Brasil Ltd. as sales and marketing director from 1990 to 2002. Mr. Mancini holds a bachelor's degree in production engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo and an MBA from the University of São Paulo - FIA. He also participated in the INSEAD Finance Program and the Marketing Program at Cranfield University.

Mario Opice Leão Executive Vice President, Santander Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil.

Mário Leão is the Executive Vice President responsible for Santander Brazil’s Corporate Banking segment, responsible for medium and large local and multinational companies. Before that, Mr. Leão served for almost 2 years as the Executive Director responsible for the Corporate and Investment Banking group, within Global Corporate Banking. Mr. Leão started his career in 1996 at Citigroup Brazil, where he spent 5 years in the Financial Control department and later another 5 years in the Global Markets division. From 2006 to 2008 he ran Goldman Sachs Brazil’s Fixed Income sales division, and, from 2008 to 2015, he ran Morgan Stanley Brazil’s Global Capital Markets, Derivatives and Financing division. Mr. Leão holds a bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering from São Paulo University’s Escola Politécnica.

Mario Salaverria Former Minister of Agriculture, President, Sugar Association, El Salvador.

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Michael McDougall Senior Vice President Sales, ED & F Man Capital Markets Inc., New York, USA

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Mike Dwyer Chief Economist, US Grains Council, Washington, DC, USA.

Michael Dwyer serves as the chief economist for the U.S. Grains Council, a non-profit organization that promotes the use of U.S. barley, corn, sorghum and related products including ethanol and distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS). As chief economist, Dwyer provides trade, marketing, and policy analysis of developments in global supply and demand and helps the USGC staff and its members stay abreast of developments in the global market. Dwyer also directs the Council’s worldwide ethanol market development activities. He travels extensively in Asia, Latin America, and Europe and speaks frequently at professional conferences and to the news media in the U.S. and around the world. In addition, he serves on the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee advising the Secretary of Commerce on matter pertaining to biofuels. Prior to the Council, Dwyer worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) for 35 years, most recently as its chief economist and as a director of global policy analysis. In these positions, he was responsible for conducting and coordinating trade and policy analyses on a wide variety of strategic issues that affected U.S. and world agricultural trade, including those that affected the emerging global biofuels market. Dwyer holds a bachelor’s degree from Mary Washington College in international affairs and a master’s degree from The Ohio State University in agricultural economics with a specialization in international trade, marketing and econometrics. With full-time presence in 13 key markets and representatives in an additional 15 locations, the Council operates programs in more than 50 countries and the European Union. The Council believes exports are vital to global economic development and to U.S.

Plinio Mario Nastari President, DATAGRO, Sao Paulo, Brazil

President of Datagro Ltda., Brazil´s leading consulting company on sugar and ethanol market analysis, offering consulting services to producers, banks, trading companies, fuel distributors and governments, with offices in São Paulo, Recife, and Santos. M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Agricultural Economics, Iowa State University, 1981 and 1983. Professor of Economics (micro and macro), for Graduate and Undergraduate programs (B.Sc., M.Sc., M.B.A. and Ph.D. programs) at Fundacao Getulio Vargas, in Sao Paulo, from 1984 to 1999. Former President of the Board, and Executive Director of the Brazilian Association of Automotive Engineers. Member of Technical Committees in National Energy Commission (1985/87), Commission for the Reexam of the Energy Matrix (1990/91), and Interministerial Council on Sugar and Alcohol (1998-2000). Lead author, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), AR2. Expert Economist for Brazil in the trade disputes involving: ethanol exports from Brazil to the United States, at the International Trade Commission, in Washington, DC (1985/86); subsidized sugar exports from the European Union, at the World Trade Organization, in Geneva (2002-05); two arbitrations on bananas with the European Union, at the World Trade Organization, in Geneva (2005); and Brazilian tyres import regime, at the World Trade Organization, in Geneva (2006-07).

Rangsit Hiangrat Director , Thai Sugar Millers Corporation Limited, Bangkok, Thailand.

Mr. Rangsit Hiangrat is the Director – General, Thai Sugar Millers Corporation. He was director, Cane and Sugar Industry Policy Bureau, Office of the Cane and Sugar Board, Ministry of Industry from 2006 to 2013 and Senior Industrial Technical Officer, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Policy Bureau, Department of Industrial Promotion from 2001 – 2002. From 1992 – 1998, he was Chief, ASEAN Industrial Cooperation, Foreign Relations Division, Office of Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry. Mr. Hiangrat holds an MBA degree from University of Victoria, Canada, MA from Kasetsart University, Thailand, Diploma for executives on Public Economic Policy Management from King Prajadhipok’s Institute, Thailand and Diploma for High Level Government Officials on Public Management from Civil Service Commission of the Royal Thai Government.

Sergey Gudoshnikov Senior Economist, International Sugar Organization- ISO,London, United Kingdom

Born in Russia, graduated in Moscow in international trade economics. 30 years of his professional carrier have been dedicated to the world sugar market. From 1978 to 1988 he worked as a sugar trader, deputy director of Sugar Department of V/O Prodintorg, Moscow, at that time the sole importer of sugar in the Soviet Union. He joined the Secretariat of the International Sugar Organization in London in 1988. He is responsible for economic and policy analysis of the world sugar market. He has published numerous articles on different aspects of the world sugar economy as well as has addressed many international conferences around the globe on different issues related to the world sugar market. He co-authored the book “The World Sugar Market” published by Woodhead Publishing Ltd. in the UK and the USA in 2004.

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The registration fee includes: conference material, coffee-breaks and lunch.
Hotel reservations must be made individually by each participant.

In case of registrations made through credit cards from outside Brazil, the value in Brazilian Reals will be debited and converted into each local currency according to the rules of each credit card.

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If a company has registered more than one delegate, we offer 5% extra discount for the second registration and the following until May 01, 2018. After this date, all registrations will be charged the full amount (1,485.00 USD).

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and refund requests received until April 06, 2018 will be accepted with retention of an administration fee of 70% of the amount paid. After this date, retention will rise to 90% to cover committed costs. No refunds will be made for cancellation requests received after April 26, 2018. Substitution of delegates is welcome and can be made until the May 01, 2018.

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