Managing Director Regional Trade and Product Management Executive, Global Treasurry Solutions - Latin America & Caribbean, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Ana Kube is the Regional Trade and Product Management Executive for Latin America and the Caribbean at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She manages the trade product sales teams in Brazil and Mexico, as well as the regional trade team in Miami.  Her responsibilities are focused on both traditional trade solutions as well as structured trade, including the development of trade solutions targeting the finance and corporate sectors in the region.

Prior to assuming this role, Ana was Head of Strategic Solution Delivery for Latin America and the Caribbean responsible for business planning and development, end-to-end solutions development, as well as messaging across sales, business communications and proposals. In this role, she managed a team that developed treasury and working capital communications, client proposal and pitch materials and strategic deal solutions across the Latin America Large Corporate, Financial Institutions and Multinational segments.

Prior to that, Ana held several positions within the Risk organization at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, including Head of Financial Institutions Debt Products for Latin America and Canada, and Corporate Portfolio Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean, responsible for the underwriting and management of a multi-country multi-product credit portfolio available to corporate and institutional clients. In these roles, Ana had credit risk responsibilities covering corporate banking, trade, global markets and structured products, providing counterparty limits, as well as managing country limits.

Ana has been with Bank of America Merrill Lynch for 18 years and is based in Miami. She holds an MBA from the University of Maryland. She was born in Venezuela.

Financial Institutions Panel

Senior regional managers from international banks will discuss their perspectives on Latin America for 2017-2018 with a focus on Opportu- nities (Business Continuity, Areas of Focus) and Challenges (Economic, Political and Regulatory).