IFR LatAm Investor Series: Mexico Roundtable 2023 - Participants

IFR LatAm Investor Series: Mexico Roundtable 2023
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María del Carmen Bonilla
Head of public credit and international affairs Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, Mexico
María del Carmen Bonilla is head of public credit and international affairs at Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, in charge of managing the federal government’s public debt portfolio and executing the annual borrowing plan for domestic and foreign markets. Bonilla has more than 16 years’ experience in the financial sector. Between April 2019 and July 2020, she was investment manager at the Mexican Social Security Institute, which has Ps280bn in managed assets. She was previously a cash and derivatives trader at banks including HSBC and Santander.

Juan Fullaondo
Head of Latin America and Caribbean DCM, Scotiabank
Juan Fullaondo is head of Latin American debt capital markets at Scotiabank, joining the firm in 2018. Before that, Fullaondo spent almost 14 years at HSBC, where he was latterly co-head of Latin American DCM, overseeing local and cross-border bond operations for Mexican and other Latin American issuers. He was also head of investment banking at Mexican broker IXE and started his career in Operadora de Bolsa Serfin’s debt capital markets division.

Héctor Pérez
Managing Director and Head, Global Banking and Markets, Mexico, Scotiabank
Héctor Pérez is head of global banking and markets, Mexico, a position he has held since April 2015. Before that, he was vice president, wholesale banking at Scotiabank Chile, which he joined in 2001, managing a team of 190 professionals in corporate, commercial and real estate banking as well as product teams across global transaction banking, leasing and factoring. Before joining Scotiabank Chile, Pérez was the head of corporate and investment banking at a global financial sector organisation in Chile. He also spent four years at one of the major local banks.

Keith Mullin
Director and founder, KM Capital Markets (moderator)
Keith Mullin is founder and director of KM Capital Markets, a media and thought-leadership consultancy and adviser for banking, capital markets, sustainable finance, financial regulation and related topics. Before setting up KM Capital Markets in 2018, Mullin spent more than 30 years in specialist banking media and related fields, latterly in the thought-leadership group of the capital markets insights group of Thomson Reuters, now Refinitiv. He was previously editor-in-chief of the company’s capital markets publishing group, which includes IFR.

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