Alfonso Gurza is in charge of regulatory issues and will provide support to the regulatory committee of Mexico.
He has a BA in Economics from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and a Masters degree from the London School of Economics. Previously, he worked at the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission where he was in charge of drafting regulation for several sectors of the financial system.
The CNBV publishes a new financial education indicator. The dynamism in private sector credit in 1Q19 reflects moderation in economic activity. Trade Tensions between the USA and China Increase Risks for Global Growth.
The CESF reviews its balance of risks, highlighting the increase of foreign risk. The CNBV announces a new publication on financial inclusion. The economic slowdown and unchanged interest rate expectations are the main factors behind financial market movements.
Financing provided to the non-financial private sector slowed in the second half of 2018. Housing prices rose by 7.9% in the first quarter of 2018. Market players focus on concerns around the financial situation of Pemex and the "patient" stance of the FED.