Meeting of Governors of Central Banks members of CEMLA

The Banco de España and the Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA) organize the CXVI Meeting of Governors of Central Banks of CEMLA, which will be held on May 9 and 10, 2024 at the main headquarters of the Banco de España in Madrid.

The CEMLA Meeting of Central Bank Governors is held semi-annually. Its objective is the in-depth discussion of the main issues of the global economic and financial situation, with a special focus on those that have the greatest impact in Latin America. This edition will address, among others, the following topics: the reforms necessary to increase productivity in Latin America, the role of central banks in managing the risks associated with climate change, and the current process of disinflation and the loosening cycle of monetary policy.

On this occasion, Piero Cipollone, member of the Executive Board of the ECB, Santiago Levy, researcher at the Brookings Institution, Pablo Moreno, director of the Independent Evaluation Office of the IMF, and Rodrigo Valdés, director of the Western Hemisphere Department of the IMF, will participate as special guests. Pablo Hernández de Cos, Governor of the Bank of Spain and president of the Governing Board of CEMLA, and Manuel Ramos Francia, General Director of CEMLA, will open the conference.


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