Hector Resendiz, CFA
Hector Resendiz, CFA, is the current Deputy Manager of Investment Risks at the Central Bank of Mexico. As part of his responsibilities, Mr. Resendiz leads the Risks Subdivision in charge of measuring and monitoring the market, credit, liquidity, and settlement risks for a group of multi-asset and multi-currency global portfolios worth ~$140 billion.
Additionally, Mr. Resendiz coordinates and executes various projects related to the management of the International Reserves. In his current role, he has implemented a diversification strategy related to inclusion of new instrument types, issuers, and counterparties in the investment portfolios. He has also collaborated in expanding the number of external mandates and securities lending programs, including the design of investment and lending guidelines. He also advises the senior directorate at Banco de Mexico regarding investment and risk topics.
His prior experience includes working for the InterAmerican Development Bank performing project evaluations and corporate finance analysis. As an active member of the CFA Society of Mexico, he has served as instructor in multiple preparation courses and as a mentor for undergrad students in multiple Investment Research Challenge competitions.
Mr. Resendiz holds a BA degree in economics from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City, an MBA degree from New York University Stern School of Business and is a CFA Charterholder since 2012.