ALIDE participated in the conference for the 50th anniversary of the FEPAC
- During the event, the institution signed cooperation agreements with FEPAC and CNEC.
March 25, 2022- The Latin American Association of Development Financing Institutions (ALIDE) participated in the conference “Future of engineering consulting in the world” organized by Federación Panamericana de Consultores (FEPAC) for its 50th anniversary.
During the activity, the president of ALIDE, Carlos Linares, participated as a speaker and explained the infrastructure deficit, a problem that affects Latin America and the Caribbean.
“It is not only important that there is infrastructure, but that it is of quality and functions properly”, said Linares, who also explained the costs that climate change is generating for the region, which calls for sustainable construction.
As part of the ceremony, Carlos Linares, the president of ALIDE, with Edgardo Alvarez, general secretary, signed two memorandums of cooperation to work together to support activities that promote development projects and investments.
The first agreement with the Federación Panamericana de Consultores (FEPAC), represented by his president Henrique de Aragao, and his vice-president Jaime Saavedra de Rivero. The second agreement was with the Cámara Nacional de Empresas de Consultoría (CNEC), represented by his president Juan Carlos Sierra.
ALIDE is the community of financial institutions that generates banking solutions for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean. Founded in 1968, its main objective is to contribute to the economic and social development of the region, through the good practices in development financing that it promotes among its associates, about 90 institutions with a presence in more than 20 Latin American countries and other regions of the world.
FEPAC is the Pan-American Federation of Consultants whose mission is to promote and strengthen the development of consulting firms in its member countries, leading and facilitating the appropriate management with development agencies, government agencies and private sector clients to add value to their projects.
The National Chamber of Consulting Companies (CNEC) seeks to promote opportunities for its members and strengthen their competitiveness in the business and project consulting sector, with special emphasis on infrastructure and economic development.