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Joaquín Cortez, Chairman of the CMF will take part in the “ChileDay” event and will hold meetings with financial authorities from the United Kingdom.

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September 4th, 2018.- Joaquín Cortez, President of the Commission for the Financial Market (CMF for its initials in Spanish) will take part in the XIII version of the event named “ChileDay. The event will be held on 6th and 7th September, in the city of London, England, and its objective is to deepen the Chilean capital market internationalization, and to promote Chile as a financial regional center and financial business platform in Latin America and emerging markets.

During the event President Cortez will explain about the new institutionalism of the CMF, as well as the strengths and the challenges of the markets regulated by the Commission and its regulatory agenda. The event incorporates a meeting among businessmen, Chilean financial market representatives, and foreign investors.

Chairman Cortez will also take part in the official activities of “ChileDay”, organized annually by the Treasury Department along with InBest.

Furthermore, the Chairman of the CMF will hold a meeting with Charles Randell, the President of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) from the United Kingdom, with whom he will address subjects related to financial regulation and the supervision of both markets.

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