Rodrigo Valdés Pulido

Minister of Finance of Chile

Rodrigo Valdés Pulido was appointed Minister of Finance of the government of President Michelle Bachelet on May 11, 2015.
Mr. Valdés has a Commercial Engeneering Degree, and a major in Economics, from Universidad de Chile, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Since March 2014 and until his appointment, he was Chairman of the Directive Board and of the Executive Committee of BancoEstado.
He was chief economist for Latin America at Barclays Capital (2008-2009), Manager of the Division of Research and Chief Economist of the Central Bank of Chile (2002-2007) and senior advisor to the Minister of Finance of Chile (2000-2001).
He also worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as deputy director of the European Department and the Americas (2009-2012), where he was also Head of Mission for the United States.
In private sector, he was chief economist for the Andean Region and Argentina of the BTG Pactual investment bank (2013-2014); and as chief economist for Latin America of Banco Barclays Capital Inc.

Hugo Swire

Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, United Kingdom

Hugo George William Swire is a British conservative party politician. He has been the Member of Parliament for East Devon since 2001.
Swire is currently a Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, responsible for India, the Far East, Latin America, and Australasia.
He attended the University of St Andrews, before integrating the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Before going into politics, Hugo served in the Grenadier Guards.
He worked as a financial consultant, before acting as the Head of Development for the National Gallery. He went on to take on the role of Director of Sotheby’s, the auction house, then, prior to reintegrating the Government, undertook the non-executive chairmanship of Photo-Me International.

Lord Mayor Alderman Alan Yarrow

Lord Mayor of London, UK

Alan Colin Drake Yarrow, is the current Lord Mayor of London who took office on 7 November 2014, and a British specialist in investment banking, who has served as Chairman of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) since 2009.

Yarrow has represented the Ward of Bridge and Bridge Without since becoming a City Alderman in 2007 and, on 28 October 2014, he was elected to succeed Dame Fiona Woolf as London’s 687th Lord Mayor for 2014–15.

Yarrow worked as a financier in the City for 37 years with Dresdner Kleinwort until December 2009 and latterly as Chairman of its UK banking operations. He has also been Deputy Chairman of the Financial Services Authority practitioner panel, as well as serving on the Council of the British Bankers’ Association and the Takeover Panel.

Yarrow served as Sheriff of London for 2011-2012, and was admitted as a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers in 2007. He has since become a member of the International Bankers, Glaziers and Launderers livery companies.

His responsibilities for his annual term as Lord Mayor commenced on 9 November 2014, the day after the Lord Mayor’s Show. Among numerous other duties, Yarrow enjoys promoting the City of London and UK financial services worldwide in liaison with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Máximo Pacheco

Minister for Energy, Chile

Maximo holds a degree in commercial engineering and economics from the University of Chile. He is a militant member of the Socialist Party (PS). In the context of his political engagements, he stands out for his strong social commitment. Professionally, he is known for heading large development programs, in Chile and abroad.

Between 2004 and 2014 he was Senior Vice President of International Paper (IP), and in parallel, between 2010 and 2013, acted as president of IP’s regional sections, covering Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Russia.

Between 2004 and 2009, he headed IP’s operations in Brazil, and in 2000 he began to operate as the company’s representative for the whole of Latin America.

In 1994, he assumed the role of executive Vice President responsible for Chile and Latin America, for the company Carter Holt Harvey. In 1990 he was made executive Vice President of Operations at Codelco, the National Copper Corporation of Chile.

Between 1983 and 1990 he acted as the General Manager of Leasing Andino.

He began his professional life in 1978, as Manager of Personal Banking for Banco Osorno.

He completed his primary and secondary school education first in the Soviet Union, where he attended Moscow’s Public School Nº29, then at Saint George’s College, from where he graduated in 1970.

Rodrigo Vergara

Governor of the Central Bank of Chile

Has been Governor of the Central Bank of Chile since December 2011, and was appointed member of the Board of the Central Bank of Chile in December 2009 for a term of ten years.

Between 1985 and 1995 he worked at the Central Bank of Chile, rising to the position of Chief Economist in 1992. In 1995 he joined the Center for Public Studies—an independent Chilean think tank—where he was coordinator of the Macroeconomics Department. From 2003 until his appointment to the Bank’s Board, Mr. Vergara was full professor at the Economics Department of Universidad Católica. He was also an economic consultant and member of the board of several companies.

Mr. Vergara has been economic advisor to the central banks and governments of several countries in Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa, and has been an external consultant for the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations.

He has been member of the Presidential Advisory Council on Work and Equity, of the Advisory Council on the Chile-United States Free Trade Agreement, of the National Savings Commission, of the Conicyt Economics Group. He is member of the editorial board of journals Estudios Públicos and Economía Chilena.

Mr. Vergara graduated in economics from Universidad Católica de Chile in 1985, where he was awarded the prize for the best student in his class. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University (1991).

Mr. Vergara has authored numerous articles published in specialized professional journals and has edited five books.

Iñaki Ereño

Managing director of market unit Spain and Latam, Bupa and member of the Bupa Executive Team

Iñaki Ereño joined Sanitas in early 2005 as Manager for Clients, Marketing and Communications and Chairman of the Sanitas Foundation. In December 2008, he was named Chief Executive.
Since September 2012, Iñaki Ereño has carried out the role of Managing Director of Bupa’s market unit Spain and Latam and is in charge of expanding Bupa’s business in Latin America.
Iñaki Ereño has a degree in Business Law from ICADE University, an MBE from IESE and an AMP from the Wharton Business School. Before joining Sanitas, he had held various director positions in Acerinox, the Telefónica Group and Carrefour.

Ricardo Villela Marino

Partner of Itaú Unibanco and CEO for Itaú Latam operations

Ricardo is currently partner of Itaú Unibanco and CEO for Itaú Latam operations (Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay). He is also former President of FELABAN and Young Global Leader (World Economic Forum).
He is an engineer from University of São Paulo, with an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management and a thesis on Managing The Family Business from Harvard Business School, USA.
He began his career in Banco Credit Comerciale of France (CCF). Afterwards, he was hired by Banco de Investimentos Garantia (CSFB), where he worked with fixed income and equity markets.
He also had an international career experience with Goldman Sachs Asset Management (New York and London), where he was a portfolio manager for Emerging Markets (EMEA, Asia ex-Japan and Latina America).
Before assuming the current challenge at Banco Itaú, Ricardo was responsible for creating the Business Intelligence division of Itaucard, for running the Derivatives Desk, for managing Itaú´s US$ 5 bi middle-market credit portfolio and also for its domestic Mortgage business.
Ricardo is also president of Instituto PDR and member of the following boards: Banco Itaú Unibanco Holding Financeira, MIT Sloan School of Management Latin America and VISA Latam Advisory Board.

Nicolas Notebaert

Chairman VINCI Airports

Nicolas Notebaert, born in 1970, has been working in VINCI Group for 12 years.
He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique (X 89), the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (Ponts 94) and holder of an MBA. Consultant to the World Bank in 1994, he held various positions in the Ministry of Public Works between 1995 and 2002, in DDE (Departmental Infrastructure Agencies) and as a member of the cabinet of French Minister for Transportation and Infrastructure (2000 to 2002).
He joined VINCI in 2002 as Head of Operations for Cofiroute, before joining VINCI Concessions in 2004 as Director of Business Development, France. In February 2008, he was appointed Chairman of VINCI Airports and became a member of the Executive Committee of VINCI Concessions. On September 17th 2013, VINCI Airports finalized the acquisition of 100% of Aeroportos de Portugal (ANA) with Portuguese government. With this acquisition of all Portuguese airports, Nicolas Notebaert has been appointed Member of the Board of ANA. He is also Chairman of the Airports’ du Grand Ouest Concession Company since 2010 and Chairman of the Board of Cambodia Airports since 2014.
He is also member of ACI Europe.

Frédéric Dupeyron

CEO of ADPM (Aéroports de Paris Management)

Frédéric Dupeyron, 46, a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and the École des Ponts et Chaussées (civil engineering school) and a former student of ENA (Ecole Nationale d’Administration), began his career at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance.
In 2004, he joined Aéroports de Paris, where he was Director of Financial Operations in charge of preparing the Group’s 2006 flotation on the stock exchange. In 2008, he negotiated the industrial alliance between Aéroports de Paris and Schiphol Group before becoming head of the Hub Télécom subsidiary. Subsequently, he led Masternaut, Europe’s leading company for vehicle tracking and fleet management.
In 2013, Mr Dupeyron joined the Prime Minister’s office to run the Programme des Investissements d’Avenir (Investing in the Future Programme), which promotes the digital economy, under the responsibility of Louis Gallois.
Since February 2014 he is the CEO of Aéroports de Paris Management, the 100%- subsidiary of Aéroports de Paris dedicated to investing and operating airports outside of Paris.

Carlos Pavez

Superintendent of Securities and Insurance

Mr. Pavez has 25 years of experience on issues related to regulation, market conduct investigation, and supervision of financial institutions, corporate issuers and securitization and risk ratings societies.
Since 2012 and up to his nomination as Superintendent on March 2014, he was Legal Director of the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions (SBIF).
Previously, and for 23 years, he worked at the Superintendence of Securities and Insurance, (1989 – 2012). During this time, Mr. Pavez was chief of the Financial Analysis Department and also he was founder and chief of the Investigation Division, which today is the Market Compliance Area.
During his career, he has been representative of the SVS to the South American Financial Action Group (GAFISUD) and on the Working Teams (Chile) for the Convention Against Bribery (OECD) and Against Corruption (ONU).
Its programs include training in markets supervision, records of issuers and institutional investors in Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC (USA).

Francisco Pérez Mackenna

Chief Executive Officer of Quiñenco

Chief Executive Officer of Quiñenco since 1998. Prior to joining Quiñenco, he was Chief Executive Officer of CCU between 1991 and 1998. He is member of the board of several companies, including CCU, CICSA, CCU Argentina S.A., ECUSA, CPCh, Inversiones y Rentas S.A. (IRSA), Invexans S.A., Banco de Chile, Banchile Corredores de Seguros S.A., LQ Inversiones Financieras S.A., Viña San Pedro Tarapacá S.A., Sudamericana Agencias Aéreas y Marítimas S.A., Tech Pack S.A. (formely Madeco S.A.), Nexans and Hapag Lloyd. Also he is chairman of the board of CSAV (Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores S.A.) and ENEX (Empresa Nacional de Energía Enex S.A.). He received a degree in Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago.

Fernando Cañas

Chairman of the Board of the Bolsa Electrónica de Chile

Has been a member of the Board of Directors of Quiñenco since 2010. From 2007 until 2010 he was CEO of Banco de Chile. Previously he served as Chairman of the Board of Banco de Chile. Mr. Cañas is Chairman of the Board of the Bolsa Electrónica de Chile, Transbank S.A., Clínica Las Condes, and Compañía de Seguros CLC. Mr. Cañas has been involved in the banking industry at Banco O’Higgins, Banco Santiago, and Banco Santander Chile, where he held various posts including CEO. Since 2003 he has worked at Banco Santander, Spain. Mr. Cañas holds a degree in Business Administration from Universidad de Chile.

Mónica Cavallini

Director of IFA

Economist of Universidad de Chile, with masters on population and development of CELADE, United Nations.
For 16 years she worked at Exxon Minerals Chile, United States, Australia, Singapure, Indonesia among others in different managements: Finance, Strategic Management and Organizational Development.
In 2003, she held the position of Corporate Manager of the National Mining Society.
Since 2005 until now Monica is General Manager of Association of Mutual Funds Administrators of Chile.
Se chaired the Iberoamerican Federation of Investment Funds (FIAFIN) for two consecutive terms and currently holds a seat on its Board
Since 2007 she is Director of IFA (International Investment Funds Association).

Eric Parrado

Chairman of the Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions of Chile

Chairman (Superintendent) of the Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions of Chile. He is also a Professor at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez and a member of the Global Agenda Council (GAC) on Latin America of the World Economic Forum (WEF). He was a member of the Financial Committee of the Chilean Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) and a member of the GAC on Long-term Investing of the WEF. He was an international consultant with the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and directly to governments and central banks.
Mr. Parrado was the former International Financial Coordinator and advisor to the Minister at the Ministry of Finance of Chile between 2007 and May 2010. He oversaw the resources of the Chilean SWFs as well as other government surpluses. Under his direction he built a strong institutional arrangement for the management of Chilean government’ resources. He was particularly important to develop and promote the international code and principles of best practices for SWFs

Segismundo Schulin-Zeuthen Serrano

President of the Banking Association (ABIF)

Segismundo Schulin-Zeuthen is a Commercial Engineer, and a graduate of the University of Chile. His current roles are: President of ABIF – the Chilean Banking and Financial Institutions’ Association – President of SINACOFI, President of the Guillermo Subercaseaux Institute of Banking Studies, and Director of INACAP.
He began his career in the paper and cellulose sector. In 1985 he entered the banking circuit, and acted as General Manager and President of the Bank of Chile, and President of Banco Estado.
He has also occupied the role of Director of VISA International, VISA Inc., SONDA, Innovant Plc, ESSBIO, ICARE, Constructora Almagro, and COMPBANC.

Guillermo Larraín

President of BancoEstado

Guillermo is a graduate of the Catholic University of Chile, and holds a doctorate in economics from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales de Paris.
Between 1997 and 2000, he acted as Political Economy coordinator for the Ministry of Finance. Between 2000 and 2003, he occupied the positions of research manager and chief economist at Banco BBVA.
From 2003 to 2006, he worked as a regulator for AFPs, management-structures for Chilean pension funds. From 2007 to 2010 he acted as a Securities and Insurance Superintendent, and as president of the Emerging Markets’ Committee of the International Organization of Securities’ Commissions (IOSCO).
Between 2010 and 2013 he worked as a consultant in the areas of economics, finance, and pension-funds, for countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama, Belice, Kenya, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, and Paraguay, as well as for several companies in Chile.
He is a member of the Advisory Council of the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group), a member of the Advisory Council of the Securities and Commodities Authority of the United Arab Emirates (ESCA), and a member of the Advisory Council of the EfromovichSilva investment fund with headquarters in Colombia.
He has been a professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Chile, at the Institute of Economics of the Catholic University of Chile, and at the University Torcuato di Tella, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Furthermore, he has written on themes such as macroeconomics, and pensions and finance. His last book, “The Alternative Model”, published in 2013, was a commercial success.

Eugenio Von Chrismar

General Manager of BCI

Eugenio joined the bank in 1999, as Manager of Finances, and subsequently managed BCI’s Miami Branch, Representation Offices abroad, BCI Stockbroking, and BCI Securitization, and from 2008 onwards, BCI Asset Management, and BCI Financial Advising. That same year he started to develop Private Banking. From 2011 onwards, the BCI Corporate and Investment Banking divisions were set up, offering clients an integrated and coordinated approach to all the Bank’s products and services.
A graduate in civil engineering (University of Santiago), Eugenio has completed several specialised courses, such as Managerial Administration at Harvard, a Postgraduate in Top Company Management at the University of the Andes, and a Specialisation program for top executives at the London Business School.
Some notable features of his career include 12 years at Citibank, in Chile and Mexico, where he was Head of Finance and Director of Investment Banking.
Furthermore, he was a member of Citibank’s Latin America Task Force, and its Policy Committee, Corporate Finance, and Human Resources departments.
Later on, he worked for Bank of America in Mexico, where amongst other managerial roles, he was in charge of Investment Banking.

Tamara Agnic

Superintendence of Pensions of Chile

Mrs. Agnic is a Business Administrator, graduated from the University of Santiago with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (Chile). Also holds a Diploma in Management Skills from the Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile).
Since August 2014, Mrs. Agnic is Superintendent at the Superintendence of Pensions, an organism that belongs to the public sector, whose mission is to defend, protect and safeguard the interests of the users of pension system and unemployment insurance, while safeguarding the proper delivery of benefits and security of the funds managed.
From 2009 to 2012 Mrs. Agnic was Director of Financial Analysis Unit (UAF), a public organization responsible of prevent in Chile, money laundering and the terrorist financing. In 2012 she also was Chairman pro tempore of the Financial Action Group of South America (GAFISUD). Between 2004 and 2009 worked as the coordinator of Financial Ministry departments, and previously she held several roles in the Superintendent of Health.
In legislative terms, she played a key role as promoter of laws related to anti-money laundering, the criminal liability of companies and other financial and economic organizations. She also has participated in international committees of the Security Council UN, speaker in international forums and consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).
As part of her academics activities, she is a professor at the Universidad Católica de Chile, and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez

Rodrigo Pérez

President of the Pension Fund Managers’ Trade Association

Rodrigo is a graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in civil engineering. He also holds a MBA from IESE, University of Navarra. In the academic domain he has taught finance at the Catholic University of Chile, the University of the Andes, and the University of Finis Terrae. Some of the salient points of his career have included : acting as General Manager of Citicorp’s stockbroking department, as Investment Manager of AFP Provida, as General Manager of Life Insurance purveyors Compensa, and as Country Head at Deutsche Bank, in Chile and Mexico. On the 19th April 2011 he took on the role of Minister responsible for Housing, and on the 5th of November 2012 Urbanism, and National Assets were added to his portfolio. He occupied this office until 11th March 2014. In June 2014 he became President of the Pension Fund Managers’ Trade Association, a role he continues to occupy to this day.

María Eugenia Wagner

Director of Corporate Affairs, MetLife Chile

María Eugenia Wagner Brizzi is a Chilean economist, union leader, consultant, and was Finance undersecretary to president Ricardo Lagos throughout his administration.
Her first public sector position involved risk-categorisation, within the Securities and Insurance Superintendency. Later on she moved to the fishing company Friosur, where she worked as a consultant, and head of finance between 1988 and 1991.
Between 2000 and 2006 she was undersecretary to Nicolas Eyzaguirre, at the Ministry of Finance. During the same period she was the director of the state-owned railway company, Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado. During Michelle Bachelet’s first mandate, she was involved in an institutional modernization project, pertaining to the Ministry of Public Works, and acted as director of Accounting and Finance within the same Ministry.
From 2008 to 2009 she was director of Planning and Development at Hogar del Cristo. Until 2010 she was president of the board of the Chilean Mint.
In 2014 she became director of corporate affairs at MetLife Chile, the parent company of MetLife Insurance, and ProVida AFP.

Juan Benavides Feliu

President of AFP Habitat

Holds an Auditing and Business Degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. From 1982 to 1985 he was Deputy Chief Officer and subsequently Deputy Branch Manager of Banco Sudamericano (now Scotiabank). From 1985 to 1987, he was CIO of Pathfinder Holdings S.A. From 1988 to 1990 he held the same position as CFO at Anagra S.A., and went on to become the CEO of Anagra International. In 1985, he joined the Falabella Group as CEO of CMR (the financial division of the group) developing the retail financial division, focused on the evolution and growth of the business’s credit card, banking, insurance brokerage as well as its travel agency in the Chilean, Argentinian, Colombian and Peruvian markets. From 2004 to 2012 he served as CEO of Falabella’s Holding Company. Between 2010 and 2013 he was president of Icare’s Circle of Marketing.
He is currently President of AFP Habitat, Glasstech and President of Icare´s of Finance and Business.


Bernardita Piedrabuena

Macroeconomic Coordinator of the Minister of Finance of Chile

Bernardita Piedrabuena has a PhD. of Economics from Universidad de Chile, and an M.A. of Economics from Universidad Católica de Chile. She became Capital Market and International Finance Coordinator of the Ministry of Finance of Chile in April 2015. From 2009 to 2015, she worked as country economist of the CSC Department at the Inter-American Development Bank, and from March 2002 to March 2006 she was Macroeconomic Coordinator of the Minister of Finance of Chile. Bernardita Piedrabuena has an extensive experience in macroeconomic, fiscal, and financial subjects.

Alfredo Ergas

President of the Board, Inbest

Alfredo graduated in commercial engineering from the University of Chile, and holds a Trium Global Executive MBA (NYU+LSE+HEC). He represents the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board in Chile, representing CPPIB’s interests in his role as Director of Transportadora de Gas del Perú, Director of Grupo Costanera S.A., Director and President of Transelec S.A.’s financial committee. He is an adviser to Grupo Corso, representing their interests in David del Curto S.A., EquityBrand S.A., Termotasajero S.A. (energy-Colombia), and Energia 7.
He is on the board of several non-profit organisations. As well as presiding over the board at InBest, he is also the President of AmCham’s financial committee, a member of the consultative committee of the University of Chile’s department of Business and Economy, and Finance Professor at the University of Chile.
His previous role was Regional Finance Manager for Enersis, where he was also active in the Business Development department, and as Controller. Before that, he was Finance Manager for Endesa Chile, and for Smartcom, Endesa Spain’s telecommunications’ subsidiary. Prior to those positions, he acted as the Trading Desk Manager for a stockbroking company. He was ranked as “The Best Commercial Engineer of the University of Chile 2006”. His peers selected him as “CFO of the year” in 2010 (Revista Capital Magazine), and he was also described as “one of the best Chilean CFOs in Investor Relations 2012”, by Lira.

Guillermo Tagle

Inbest’s Director

Guillermo read commercial engineering at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, and completed an MBA at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). From 2006 he has acted as the General Director and partner at IM Trust, a leading financial corporation in Chile, established in 1985. Before occupying his present position, he worked for Grupo Santander from 1994 to 2006, starting out as Head of Equity Research. During this time, the magazine Institutional Investor elected Grupo Santander as the best industry analyst in Chile for two years in a row. He moved on to occupy the position of Head of Equity Capital Markets, and in 2000 he was made Director General of Santander Investment. He has sat on the board of AFP Bansander (now AFP Capital). Today he is a board member of the Santiago Electronic Stock Exchange, of the Depósito Central de Valores (a public offerings’ securities deposit mechanism), of CFR Pharmaceuticals, and is the President of ICARE’s Finance and Business group.

Jaime de la Barra

Partner, Senior Investment Strategist and Regional Head of Business Development at Inbest

Jaime is a founding partner at Compass Group, Chile, and currently is the current Head of Global Advisory and Senior Investment Strategist. Between 1992 and 1996 he was Research Manager at Grupo Santander Chile. Prior to this position, he acted as Vice President of the Corporate Finance Unit at Citicorp Chile. Between 2006 and 2013, Mr de la Barra was a member of the Ministry of Finance’s Capital Markets Advisory Council, and is currently on Endeavor’s Advisory Board.
He is a professor of Capital Markets and Financial Institutions at the University of the Andes, and Founding Partner and Director of InBest. He was one of the Founders of the Chilean Investment Fund Managers’ Association (ACAFI), of which he acted as President. He has more than 28 years of experience in Latin America’s investment industry.
Mr de la Barra is a graduate of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, and holds an MBA (Palmer Scholar) from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Diego Peralta

Director at Inbest

Diego is a lawyer, and a graduate of the University of Chile. He was an advisor to Citicorp and Citibank in Chile. He is a member of the Chilean Bar Association, and is an advisor to the Interamerican Bar Association. He is currently a partner at law firm Carey and Cy, and is in charge of its banking and finance areas. Diego is experienced in the creation and financial structuring of all sorts of activities, covering local or international markets.

Ignacio Álvarez

Director at Inbest

Ignacio graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, and holds a degree in commercial engineering, with a specialisation in business administration. He also has a Master of Science in Finance from the London Business School and a CFA. He was awarded an Eisenhower Fellowship, and is a member of the Finance Ministry’s Advisory Committee on capital markets, and of ICARE’s Finance and Business group.
He was head of investment at AFP Curprum, commercial vice-president of Citigroup Chile and held various executive positions at Grupo Santander. He has been a professor of Accounting, Finance and Investment at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, at the University of the Andes, and at the University for Development. He is currently general manager of AFP Cuprum.
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