The Central Reserve Bank (BCR) of Peru is expected to attend two high-level meetings of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), due to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, it was reported Tuesday.
Senior executives of the Peruvian Central Bank are set to take part of the trade bloc’s 20th working meeting of Financial Integration and the 15th session of its South American Council on Economy and Finance.
According to a resolution released by the BCR’s top board, the two high-profile gatherings will be carried out in the Argentinean capital from Thursday, 24th July to Friday, 25th July.
Both meetings aim to undertake further joint efforts in core fields such as regional financial integration through the necessary follow-up of the work envisaged in this year’s agenda.
Thus, the chief of world economy at BCR’s Office of Information and Economic Analysis, Mauricio de la Cuba, has been authorized to attend the above meetings in representation of the Andean nation’s issued entity.
BCR’s Office of Information and Economic Analysis is charged of providing accurate data research and timely analysis to carry out and manage the monetary policy in the country.