CFO Forum Bogotá, 2016

Key practices for hedging and efficient financial management, an optimistic view on the future of the Colombian economy, and a recommendation to financial executives to always challenge outside advisors were the main takeaways of the Council of the Americas CFO Forum in Bogotá, Colombia, on June 14. On an introductory note, Carolina España, director representative of the CAF – Development Bank of Latin America, announced the bank’s interest in financing a productive transformation of the region. This implies supporting projects on a wide range of fields, from setting up new, nontraditional productive chains to building infrastructure projects, including smaller secondary and tertiary roads. On larger-scale endeavors, CAF has established a fund to entice pension funds to invest in road concession […]

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