Dominican: Bankers in Latin America for closer relations
Havana, Nov. 11 (RHC) The annual meeting of the Latin American Bank Federation (Felaban) was opened today in the Dominican province of La Altagracia. It will be extended until November 14 with the presence of 1,600 bankers from 40 countries.
The act programmed the key directions of the governor of the Dominican Central Bank, Héctor Valdez, and the Superintendent of Banks, Luis Armando Asunción Álvarez, who will analyze the perspectives of the Dominican economy and the supervision of the financial system.
According to the organizers, the representatives of the Federation of the Brazilian Bank, the World Bank, the International Financial Corporation, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the Financial Action Group of Latin America and the International Finance Institute will also be present at conferences.
Among the issues analyzed are: the economic and financial perspectives of the region for 2019, the regulatory challenges of the banking sector after the culmination after 10 years of studies on the new Basel III regulations, cybersecurity and evolution of the banking sector. digital banking
Likewise, at the end of the conclave, the new President of Felaban will be announced after the two-year term of José López and details will be announced of the place of the Assembly of 2019.
Edited by María Calvo