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Program

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Conference location: Gran Salon, 4th floor, Riu Hotel.

  THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016

08:00 to 08:30
Registration of Participants
 
08:30 to 08:45
Welcome address
Minister of the Presidency of the Republic of Panama, Lic. Alvaro Aleman.
 
08:45 to 9:00
Inaugural speech
The President of FIAP, Guillermo Arthur
   
09:00 to 10:00 

Opening Conference
Latin America and the emerging world in the new international economic scenario.
Felipe Larraín, Ph.D. in Economics, Harvard University, USA. Former Minister of Finance and Director of the Latin American Center for Economic and Social Policy (Clapes UC) and Associate Professor of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC), Chile.

1st. Session: Optimization of the investment of pension resources
Moderator of the Session: Joaquin Cortez, President of Compañia de Seguros CorpVida S.A., Chile.

10:00 to 10:25
The importance of alternative assets for institutional investors: International Experience.
Vik Sawhney, Senior Managing Director, The Blackstone Group, USA.
10:25 to 10:50
Pension funds and alternative investments in Latin America. .
Aldo Ferrini, CEO, AFP Integra, Peru.
 
10:50 to 11:15

Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator

   
11:15 to 11:40
Coffee Break
 
11:40 to 12:10
Opportunities and risks of alternative investments.
Nina Paklina, Insurance and Pensions at OECD, IOPS Secretariat.
Dariush Yazdani, Partner of PriceWaterhouseCooper, Luxembourg.
 
12:10 to 12:35

Valuation, risk, performance and incentives for investment in alternative assets.
Eduardo Walker, Professor, Catholic University of Chile.

 
12:35 to 13:00
Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator
 
13:00 to 13:30
Special Conference
Communication in times of mistrust.

Rafael Rubio, Doctor in Constitutional Law and expert in communications and new technologies.
   
13:45 to 14:45
Lunch

2nd. Session: Future challenges for the investments of the pension funds
Moderator of the Session: Angel Martínez Aldama, President, Spanish Association of Investment and Pension Funds, INVERCO, Spain.

15:00 to 15:25

Demographic trends and their effects on capital markets and the investments of the pension funds.
Leonardo Villar, Executive Director, FEDESARROLLO, Colombia.

 
15:25 to 15:50
Measures for promoting the offer of financial instruments for pension funds in the Pacific Alliance..
Melvin Escudero, Founder and CEO, El Dorado Investments, Peru.
 
15:50 to 16:20
Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator
 
16:20 to 16:50
Coffee Break

3rd. Session: Corporate social responsibility and corporate governance
Moderator of the Session:Santiago Montenegro, President, Colombian Association of Severance Pay and Pension Fund Administrators (ASOFONDOS), Colombia.

16:50 to 17:15

Experiences, lessons and trends in corporate social responsibility and corporate governance: an international view.
Robert Eccles, Professor of Management Practice of Harvard Business, Harvard Business School, USA.

 
17:15 to 17:40

Corporate social responsibility, quality of management and investment results.
Eric Borremans, Expert in Sustainability, Active Quantitative Investments and ISR Team, PICTET, France.

 
17:40 to 18:05

Experiences and best practices in corporate governance of companies.
Alfredo Enrione, Full Professor of the PricewaterhouseCoopers Faculty of Corporate Governance, ESE Business School, Universidad de Los Andes, Chile.

 
18:05 to 18:35
Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator
   
19:00
Cocktail Invited by Oppenheimer
   

  FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016

08:30 to 9:20
Conference: The Minister of Economy and Finance of the Republic of Panama, Lic. Dulcidio de la Guardia.

4th. Session: Enhancing the contribution of voluntary pension savings to the provision of pensions
Moderator of the Session: Roberto Walker, President for Latin America, Principal International.

09:20 to 9:45

Current situation and outlook for Voluntary Pensions Savings in Latin America.
Carlos Noriega, Executive President, AMAFORE, Mexico.

 
09:45 to 10:10

Experiences, challenges, and proposals for stimulating the development of Collective Voluntary Pension Savings
Pablo Sprenger, CEO SURA Mexico

 
10:10 to 10:40
Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator
 
10:40 to 11:10
Coffee Break
 
11:10 to 11:35

Incentives for the development of Voluntary Pension Savings: international experience.
David Tuesta, Lead Economist, BBVA Financial Inclusion Unit, Spain.

 
11:35 to 12:00

Financial inclusion and expansion of the savings of low- and middle-income workers.
Karina Lorenzana, Vice president, Ideas42, USA.

 
12:00 to 12:30
Discussion and questions from the audience
Comments and conclusions of the moderator
 
12:30 to 12:35
Closing remarks, President of FIAP, Guillermo Arthur