View from Felaban 2014

View from Felaban
   

Date: 15 – 18 November, 2014

Location: Medellin, Colombia

 

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The Banker is attending the Felaban Annual Assembly 2014, and will be reporting regularly from the event with podcasts with key industry figures. Meet The Banker team at basement stand four to pick up The Banker’s November edition and claim your FREE online trial. 

With articles, videos and audio interviews, The Banker’s View From Felaban 2014 is your ideal guide to the event. 

Register today for free access to three articles every month and ensure you are fully up to date with all the themes discussed at the Felaban Annual Assembly 2014.

   
 

Panel discussion with Silvia Pavoni

The Banker’s economics editor, Silvia Pavoni, moderates a panel discussion on Monday November 17th from 11:30am – 1pm titled: The role of private sector banks in financing large infrastructure projects. Latin American development requires big infrastructure investments aimed at improving competitiveness in the region. Panellists will analyze the role of banking on financing.

Panellists

Germán Vargas Lleras,Vice-president of Colombia
Carlos Raúl Yepes, President, Bancolombia Group
Ralph Scholtz, Managing Director, Project Finance for Latin America in the Investment Banking division for the Americas (IBDA), MUFG - Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
Gabriel Goldschmidt, Infrastructure Senior Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Mauricio Gutiérrez, General Director - Project Finance LATAM, BTGPactual 

 
Moderador

Silvia Pavoni, Economics Editor, The Banker

Interview with Sergio Arana, chief executive, Iatai

 

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