View from Felaban

Round up

Gema Sacristan, CIO, IDB Invest - View from Felaban 2019

Day 2

Rodrigo Gomez Lavanderos, head of operations, Banco Monex - View from Felaban 2019

Claudio Irigoyen, head of Latam research, Bank of America Merrill Lynch - View from Felaban 2019

Day 1

Georgina Baker, vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and Central Asia, IFC - View from Felaban 2019

Ignacio Blanco, head of Latin America and the Caribbean, Swift - View from Felaban 2019


View from Felaban 2019

Date: 2-5 November

Location: Hollywood, Florida
Felaban brings together Latin American and international executives to discuss key trends affecting banking in the region, including the economic outlook, regulation, technology, and environmental factors.

Silvia Pavoni, economics editor of The Banker, reports from the event through a video interview series with industry figures.

Key discussion points:

  • Sustainable finance in Latin America
  • Cyber threats, innovation and cross border payments in Latin America
  • The impact of China’s economic slowdown on Latin America
  • Mexico’s new online payments legislation

The Banker’s View from Felaban is your ideal guide before, during and after the event.

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