Miguel Siliceo is currently Deputy General Director of DCM & International Relationships at the National Bank for Foreign Trade (Bancomext), responsible of DCM as for the relationship with Financial Intermediaries an International Organisations. Previously he served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for seven years.
Before joining Bancomext, he worked for five years at the National Bank of Public Services (Banobras) as Chief Administrative Officer, responsible for the administration of human and material resources for Mexico’s federal infrastructure bank; formalisation and follow-up of contracts for goods and services; Member of the Finance Committee and Member of the Administrative Board of the Bank.
From January 1995 to November 2007, Miguel Siliceo was Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of International Finance at Bancomext, responsible for the strategic financial planning and implementation; Member of the Board of Directors; Chairman of the Finance and Credit Committee; responsible for the preparation and publication of Financial Statements; liability management and treasury management, including derivatives, structured finance, currencies and hedge operations; responsible for the negotiation and implementation of programs and projects supported by the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank; leader and coordinator of the work that led to the creation of the FOMECAR, a federal carbon credit trust.
His past professional experience includes having served as External Credit Coordination Officer, Infrastructure Projects Financing Officer and External Credit Deputy Officer in the Ministry of Finance from 1984 to 1995.
Mr. Siliceo earned a Bachelor’s in Economics and a Master Degree at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. He also holds an MSc in Economics, University of London, and a Diploma in Economics, London School of Economics and Social Science.