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Eduardo is an experienced banking and finance professional with over 30 years’ management, compliance and internal control experience; much of it in the offshore finance industry. Aside from a number of senior banking roles, Eduardo has been actively involved in representing the Cayman Islands financial industry as president of the Cayman Islands Bankers Association, trustee of the Cayman Islands Private Sector Trust, Chairman and Director of Cayman Finance as well as serving as a Public Notary, Honorary Consul of Brazil in the Cayman Islands, and Chairman of the largest public pension plan in the Cayman Islands.
Eduardo started his banking career with Banco Itaú and Banco Crefisul in Brazil, accumulating extensive experience in international banking and finance business as Managing Director of the offshore banking arm of Sul America de Seguros Group, a leading financial and insurance group in Brazil and Latin America. He also developed a strong knowledge of issues facing Cayman’s financial industry through holding offices as the President of the Cayman Islands Bankers Association (from 1998 to 2000 and 2004 to 2007); Chair of the Association’s Conferences in 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2006; Founding member of the Cayman Islands Financial Services Association (now Cayman Finance) where he served as Chairman from 2007 to 2009. He has also been a member of the Private Sector Consultative Committee and the Financial Services Council, advising the Premier and Cabinet on matters related to the financial services industry. Eduardo coordinated the first Economic Impact Study of the Financial Industry in Cayman in 2008. He has been a frequent speaker at conferences in Cayman and overseas, on topics related to compliance, regulation and development of the offshore financial industry.
Eduardo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, a Master of Business Administration, is an accredited director and an Anti-Money Laundering Associate. He is presently a member of the Cayman Islands Directors Association and the Cayman Islands Compliance Association.