ALIDE organizes international seminars in Mexico, Peru and Paraguay on different matters of interest to banks
December 10, 2018.- As part of its Training and Cooperation Program, ALIDE organized international seminars in Mexico, Peru and Paraguay on differing matters of interest to banks. The activities were carried out with the assistance of Mexico’s Trust Funds for Rural Development (FIRA), the Paraguayan Financial Development Agency (AFD) and the French Development Agency (AFD).
The aim of those seminars was to build up the capacity of representatives of development banks, financial institutions and banking supervision agencies in areas such as public bank performance measurement and evaluation; trust fund operations like financial technology; and administration and management of social development projects.
The representatives of Latin American institutions participated in the activities during the months of November and December and opportunities were also available to them for training with consultants with international experience, sharing experiences with their peers in other countries of the region and the practical application of the knowledge acquired.
ALIDE is the community of financial institutions that generates banking solutions for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean. The activities that it promotes and carries out seek the cohesion and strengthening of the action and participation of financial institutions in the economic and social development process in the region. ALIDE encourages regional integration and financial cooperation with other regions of the world to achieve the mobilization of resources and technology for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean.