28 June 2016 to 29 June 2016
Mexico City

SWIFT Latin American Regional Conference 2016

Agenda

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

08:00-09:00 a.m.

Registration

09:00-10:00 a.m.

Welcome from SWIFT & Opening Keynote: The Future of Payments

 

  • Lorenza Martínez Trigueros, General Manager of Payments Systems and Corporate Services, Banco de Mexico

10:00-10:30 a.m.

Coffee Break

10:30-11:30 a.m.

Threats & Trends in Market Infrastructures:

In a rapidly changing global environment, what are the trends and challenges facing Securities and Payments Market Infrastructures? What are the key challenges for the Latin American & Caribbean MIs and securities market participants to ensure resiliency and their ability to recover? What should be their core focus areas and why: cyber, operational resilience, financial?

 
  • Luis Corbalán Sánchez de las Matas, Director, Global Payments Director; Technology and Operations Division, Banco Santander
  • Miguel Díaz Díaz, Director of Payments Systems, Banco De México
  • Roberto González Barrera, CEO Post Trade Division, BMV Group, Indeval
  • Marlon Yarde, Managing Director, Barbados Stock Exchange Inc. (BSE) and Barbados Central Securities Depository Inc. (BCSDI)
  • Moderator: Ruben Galindo-Avila, Country Manager, Mexico, SWIFT

11:30-12:30 p.m.

In Conversation with Julie T. Katzman, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, Inter-American Development Bank (English)

12:30-02:00 p.m.

Lunch

02:00-03:00 p.m.

Compliance, Regional Commitment to the Global Challenges
With heightened expectations from regulators across the board for improved levels of transparency, banks in Latin America need to demonstrate a steadfast commitment to financial crime compliance. By taking clear action, the Latin American financial community needs to set the tone for a stronger financial system and support the region’s inclusion in wider international trade activity. How are Central Banks, bank associations and financial institutions in Latin America responding to these challenges? What could be the impact on national and regional economic development if the appropriate measures are not taken?

 

  • Ercilia Antonia Nofal, Director and Member of the Board of Directors, Banco de la Nación Argentina
  • Susan Rico, SVP, Global Financial Institutions Compliance and Operational Risk, Wells Fargo Bank, NA.
  • Luis Urrutia, General Counsel, Banco de México
  • Eyda Varela de Chinchilla, Vice Minister of Finance, Panama’s Economy and Finance Ministry
  • Moderator: María de Lourdes Jimenez, SVP Corporate Compliance, Popular Inc.

03:00-04:00 p.m.

Work Sessions I

04:00-04:30 p.m.

Coffee Break

04:30-05:30 p.m.

From Regional to Global? Are the Regional MI's Ready to Play at the Global Level?


As stock exchanges around the world consolidate and revisit their overall role in the broader ecosystem, how are the Latin American stock exchanges, CSDs and CCPs prepared for the future? What is their role in helping their markets seize the opportunities presented by globalization?

 
  • Daniel Alcaraz, Head of Product and Commercial Sales, Mercado Abierto Electrónico
  • Roberto Belchior, Director, Business Development Latin America, BVMF
  • Felipe Ledermann, CEO, ComDer Central Counterparty
  • Moderator: Baude Barrientos, Editor, El Financiero

06:15-08:00 p.m.

Welcome Cocktail Reception

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

08:00-09:00 a.m.

Registration

09:00-10:00 a.m.

Technology & Trends in Financial Services (English)
How are trends and new technologies impacting financial services? A general discussion on the state of the industry.  

 
  • Tom Garley, Global Business Manager, Bloomberg STP Solutions
  • Ram Komarraju, Managing Director, CLS
  • Manuel Rivero Zambrano, CEO, BanRegio
  • Moderator: Jonathan Ruiz, General Director of Economic and Business Information, El Financiero

10:00-11:00 a.m.

Work Sessions II

11:00-11:30 a.m.

Coffee Break

11:30-12:30 p.m.

Corresponding Banking 2.0- Digitalization and changing customer expectations
The evolution of corresponding banking- new entrants re-shaping the market and how are traditional players responding. What new innovations are out there? Find out about SWIFT's initiative to rejuvenate corresponding banking. 

 
  • Jorge Araiza Navarrete, Treasurer, Volkswagen Mexico
  • Rodrigo Gurdian, Country Manager, Standard Chartered Mexico
  • Gerardo Gutiérrez Olvera, Managing Director, International Businesses, Banorte
  • Rosa María Luengas, Managing Director, FI Sales GTB, BBVA Bancomer
  • Moderator: Jairo Namur, Manager, Central & South America and the Caribbean, SWIFT

12:30-12:45 p.m.

Corporate Social Responsibility- SOS Children’s Villages Mexico

12:45-02:15 p.m.

Lunch

02:15-05:00 p.m.

Innotribe Start-Up Challenge Showcase:
For the first time, Innotribe -SWIFT’s Innovation platform- will bring together FinTech startups from across Latin America to showcase their creative alternatives to traditional banking.

05:00-06:00 p.m.

Closing Plenary: From services to platforms: business models to create and capture value in the 21st Century

Many companies sell services; it is in their DNA to provide an integrated, complete suite of products that satisfy as much as possible the needs of their customers. This may prove a very complex task when customers are heterogeneous and have different needs, as the possibilities of leveraging economies of scale are greatly diminished.

 

Being able to count on third companies to develop complements to our basic offering that add value to both our product and our clients is at the core of the concept of platform competition. Transforming a product or service into a platform like Amazon has done evolving from a “store” to a “marketplace” is at the heart of the competitiveness of many companies in the second decade of the twenty-first century. This talk will discuss, via examples, the basic concepts of platform competition and give some hints on how companies can start transforming in that direction of they chose to.

  • Josep Valor, Professor of Information Systems, IESE Business School

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