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Beyond IMF: What structural reforms will investors need to see in Argentina to restore their long term confidence? (Presentation)

Broadcast on Dec 3, 2020 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Latin America 2020 - Virtual Conference

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Speaker

Andrés Borenstein

Andrés Borenstein

Andrés Borenstein

Chief Economist at EconViews

Andrés Borenstein is a trained economist (University of Buenos Aires, 1995) and Masters in Finance (Universidad Torcuato di Tella, 2001). He currently works at Econviews, as associate partner. He has been chief economist for Argentina at BTG Pactual since March 2014 until April 2020 (deputy chairman from 2016 until 2020). Between 2001 and 2014 he was South American economist at the British Embassy in Buenos Aires, covering Spanish Speaking South American countries. He was also a member of the Co-operation committee, which funded projects in partnership with different areas of the Argentine government and relevant NGOs. He has acted as deputy press officer. Andres is professor of the Economic School of the University of Buenos Aires and at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. He was founder and manager of business development at Altoinvest (1999-2000, dotcom venture) and economic journalist at El Economista (1993-1995) and Clarín (1995-1999). He was board member at Romikin y Atlas Farmacéutica (Grupo Insud) y and held several pro bono position at Sociedad Hebraica Argentina (VP, deputy treasurer). Currently he seats on the board of Tarbut, a Jewish school.

Andres is married and father of 4 children.

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