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33 professionals begin Senior Management Program in Banking, in Miami

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INCAE, June 3, 2013. From June 3-7, thirty-three professionals are participating in the Senior Management Program in Banking (PADB) that El PADB se realiza en Miami. Hoy impartió lecciones el profesor Eduardo Montiel.INCAE Business School offers in Miami, Florida.

Personnel from different banking institutions in Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Honduras, El Salvador, Paraguay and Panama are taking part in the course. The PADB has been taught for 23 years, and is designed for board members, general managers, area managers, and functionaries with high-level responsibilities in financial institutions.

Some of the topics covered in the program include: the new world of finance: the situation in 2013; opportunities and challenges for regional banking; leading personnel changes; new international regulations; lessons from the financial crisis; and innovations in financial services. In addition, the course covers topics related to government, boards of directors and senior management relations; banking regulations and risk management; procurement processes and methods for evaluating banks; data mining, and the panorama for banking applications and techniques.

The program is being taught by professors Eduardo Montiel, who is also the academic director for this course, Luis Sanz, José Nicolás Marín, Carlos Quintanilla, Camelia Ilie, Guillermo Cardoza, and Marco Fernández. This year’s participants work in the following institutions: Corporación Financiera Nacional of Ecuador, the Banco Agrícola S.A. and Credomatic of El Salvador, the Banco Popular Dominicano of the Dominican Republic, and Crédito Hipotecario Nacional of Guatemala. Other institutions include the Banco Atlántida and Banco Centroamericano de Integración Económica of Honduras, the Banco Nacional de Fomento of Paraguay, and there are also representatives from the Banco Exterior, Banco Universal and Banco Occidental de Descuento of Venezuela. From Costa Rica, functionaries from Mutual Cartago de Ahorro y Préstamo (MUCAP), the Banco de Costa Rica, Bancrédito, and the Financiera Desyfin are taking part, along with representatives from the Banco Aliado S.A. of Panama, and Finsocial Col Sas of Colombia