Head of the Banking, Securities and Savings Unit of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit
Mexico City, Mexico
Guillermo Zamarripa Escamilla is the Head of the Banking, Securities and Savings Unit of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit in Mexico. He has an outstanding carrier in the public sector, holding positions such as Vice-president of Supervision of Financial Institutions in the National Banking and Securities Commission. Regarding his academic experience, he has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago and Degrees in Economics and Accounting from the Instituto Tecnol"gico Autónomo de México.
He is a professor of the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México at the levels of master and bachelor degrees. Also, he has participated in an important number of publications, emphasizing the following: "Background on Corporate Governance Practices in Mexico", "Evidence on Insider Lending in Mexico", "Recovering After The Crisis: Lessons for Banks and the Private Sector in Mexico", "Mexican Banking Crisis: Origins, Consequences and Implemented Measures" and "The Privatization and Deregulation of Commercial Banks".
Finally, Guillermo is an active member of several renowned Mexican institutions such as the Mexican Institute of Public Accountants and The Mexican Board for the Research and Development of Financial Information Principles.