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How is Mexico’s Ministry of Finance preserving its Investment Grade rating through market volatility?

Broadcast on Dec 2, 2020 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Latin America 2020 - Virtual Conference

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Speaker

Gabriel Yorio

Gabriel Yorio

Gabriel Yorio

Deputy Finance Minister at Ministry of Finance, Mexico

Gabriel Yorio serves as Deputy Minister of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico. Prior to his present position, he served as Head of the Public Credit & International Affairs Unit at the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico.

In the professional field, Gabriel Yorio has specialised in the public sector and has been international consultant on financial management at The World Bank Governance Global Practice office in Washington, D.C.

Prior to that, Mr. Yorio was appointed Deputy Director of Technical and Financial Assistance and Financial Advisory Manager, both at the National Bank for Infrastructure and Public Services (BANOBRAS). He also held the position of Director of Public Debt, Director of Funds, Operations and Securities Custody and Deputy Director of Financial Operations at the Ministry of Finance in the Mexico City Government.

Gabriel Yorio holds a B.A. in Economics from the Technological Institute and Superior Studies of Monterrey (Tecnológico de Monterrey), a M.A. in Economics from El Colegio de México and an M.A. in Policy Management from Georgetown McCourt School of Public Policy.

Ministry of Finance, Mexico