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BancoEstado was present at Chile Day 2014

Subgerencia de Comunicaciones

, Oct 23, 2014. 03:00

An opportunity for public-private collaboration that aims to promote Chile abroad as a country that is attractive to financial investment and as an administration fund platform for Latin America and the emergent markets.

The encounter took place on 13 and 14 October, and was inaugurated by the ChileanMinister of Finance, Alberto Arenas, at Mansion House, which is the traditional venue of financial events in the English capital.

In his speech, the Finance Minister valued the occasion, stating that “Chile Day” is yet “another example of how important a public-private strategic alliance is for the development and growth of the country, as it is an alliance that consolidates our strengths and helps to overcome any difficulties that may arise on our road to development”.

The following Chilean economic authorities were also present: the Minister of the Economy, Luis Felipe Céspedes; the President of BancoEstado Rodrigo Valdés;  the President of the Central Bank, Rodrigo Vergara the Director of the SII (Internal Revenue Service), Michel Jorrat, and the Superintendents of Securities, Banks and Pensions, Carlos Pavez, Eric Parrado and Tamara Agnic, respectively.

Chile Day is an opportunity for public-private collaboration that aims to promote Chile abroad as a country that is attractive to financial investment and as an administration fund platform for Latin America and the emergent markets. It also has the sponsorship of the Chilean Ministry of Finance and of the British Embassy.

 

This encounter is also a point of contact between foreign investors and Chilean entrepreneurs and executives from top Chilean companies. This year, it gathered more than 100 Chilean participants and approximately 150 investors and executives from Great Britain and other countries with headquarters in London.