Chairman, Trade Finance Committee, FIBA
Hernan Mayol has over 20 years of experience advising financial institutions and large multinational companies in the US and Latin America who require global banking solutions, cross-border risk mitigation, receivables management and trade and supply chain facilitation.
Before venturing on his own as a Consultant, Hernan was charged with being the initial conduit through which Wells Fargo Bank delivers its Global Banking products and services to Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking clients in Florida. Prior to his current role Hernan spent 8 years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he managed the Global Trade and Supply Chain, Asset Distribution and Portfolio Optimization businesses for Latin America. He also managed the Corporate Transaction Banking activities for Andean and Southern Cone regions as well as Trade business development responsibilities for the commercial bank in the Southeast US.
He also served as Head of Structured Trade and ECA Finance for Latin America at Wachovia Bank, headed Financial Institutions business Mexico and South America at Regions Bank, worked at Commerce Bank as a Regional Trade Officer and at Bladex (Trade Bank of Latin America) as a Country Manager and Structured Products Head. Mayol has served in numerous capacities with leading industry organizations. He is currently the Chairman of the Trade and Treasury Committee for the Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA) and a10 year Executive Board Member of the Association of Trade and Forfaiting in the Americas (ATFA).
His other affiliations have included The Banker’s Association of Foreign Trade (BAFT), Federation of Latin American Banks, and Factors Chain International. Mayol has an MBA and BBA in International Finance and Marketing from the University of Miami.
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