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Thursday, January 12, 2006 

Public Event

A New Era at the Inter-American Development Bank: Six Recommendations for the New President

Date: January 19, 2006

Peter G. Peterson Conference Center, Institute for International Economics1750 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Liliana Rojas-Suarez - President, Latin America Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
Ruth de Krivoy - Former President, Central Bank of Venezuela
Roberto Zahler - Former President, Central Bank of Chile
Nancy Birdsall - President, Center for Global Development

Comments by:
Luis Alberto Moreno - President, Inter-American Development Bank
Political leaders in Latin America and the Caribbean are becoming increasingly assertive in articulating their own visions of how to bring about inclusive growth in the region. At the same time, rapid growth in private sector capital flows means that official flows, including funding from the Inter-American Development Bank, are becoming less important. How should the IADB respond to these complex challenges? The Center for Global Development and the Latin America Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee (CLAAF), an independent group of senior Latin American economists and former policymakers, offer six recommendations, based on a review of the IADB’s strengths and risks. Following the presentation of the recommendations, Luis Alberto Moreno, the new president of the IADB, will offer his comments.

RSVP to Sarah Dean at
events@cgdev.org by January 18th

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