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Ricardo Acosta

Director General
Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, Mexico

Ricardo Acosta holds a degree in Financial Management from the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) and a Masters in Risk Management from New York University (Stern School of Business).
In 2017 he was appointed Head of the Investment Banking Office at the Mexican Ministry of Finance (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público). In this role he is responsible for executing a diverse range of financial transactions (Capital Markets, Loans and M&A) related to government entities. Before his current role he was Deputy Head of Financial Analysis and International Liaison in the Ministry of Finance, where his tasks were focused on the development of the financial system (banking and securities) and fostering financial inclusion. In this endeavors, he was responsible for developing the FIBRA E vehicle (equivalent to MLPs) and was part of the team that created the CerPI (private equity-like vehicle) as well as the FinTech framework initiative.
Prior to joining the Ministry, Ricardo was the Head of the Investment Banking Department at Intercam Grupo Financiero, responsible for DCM, Advisory and Structured Credits. He began his professional career in the Financial Advisory Services area of Deloitte Mexico. Ricardo has also completed several executive education courses at London School of Economics and Political Science, as well as on Harvard Business School.

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