The Chile Pacific Foundation is co-organizing the second Pacific Alliance Financial Integration Forum, to take place in Lima, April 28, in representation of the Chilean chapter of the Pacific Alliance Business Council.
Minister of Finance Rodrigo Valdés and superintendents of both Securities and Pensions will participate in the meeting. A delegation composed by Fernando Larraín, the Private Pension Funds general manager, and other corporate leaders will represent the private sector.
Businesses / La Tercera / 23 de abril de 2017
Minister Valdés, Larraín and Macías will meet at the Financial Sector Meeting held in Lima
Minister of Finance Rodrigo Valdés will travel next week to Lima together with authorities and private sector agents to participate in the Pacific Alliance Second Forum on Financial Integration. The Pacific Alliance is comprised of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
The event is co-organized by the Chile Pacific Foundation, in representation of the Pacific Alliance Business Council Chilean Chapter. it is composed by, among others, the Confederation of Production and Commerce (CPC) president Alfredo Moreno, and corporate leaders Juan Eduardo Errázuriz and Alberto Salas.
The meeting will be held next Friday 28th at the Westin Hotel in Lima where a series of working meetings will take place. Chile will be represented by the Ministry of Finance under secretary Alejandro Micco, the Superintendent of Securities Carlos Pavez, his peer in Pensions Osvaldo Macías and the Ministry of Finance Capital Markets and International Finance coordinator Bernardita Piedrabuena. In addition, the Private Pension Funds general manager Fernando Larraín, the Banks Association general manager Ricardo Matte, and the Mutual Funds Association vice-president Juan Pablo Lira will participate as well.
The Forum's first edition was held in Chile in 2015 as the country started to promote the Pacific Alliance Funds Passport implementation, which is expected to be announced in Lima. In that aim, the Chile Pacific Foundation has invited PwC-Singapore director Armin Choksey who has been involved in the Asian Funds Passport working groups. It is also expected to see come progress on the so-called Pacific Allianc Depositary Receipts.