2007 News Releases
For immediate release: April 18, 2007
Dallas Fed Conference to Spotlight Texas-Mexico Border Banking
DALLAS—The important role of Texas border banks as providers of financial services to Mexican citizens and businesses is the focus of an upcoming Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas conference.
"Cross-Border Banking" will be May 11 at the Sheraton Gunter Hotel, 205 E. Houston St., San Antonio, Texas.
The conference is sponsored by the Dallas Fed's San Antonio Branch. Participants can register to attend at http://dallasfed.org/news/research/2007/07crossborder.cfm.
Speakers will discuss issues such as regulations, remittances, foreign investment, competition and impacts of exchange rates. The conference is aimed at financial firms, policymakers, scholars and anyone interested in factors impacting cross-border banking.
Harvey Rosenblum, Dallas Fed executive vice president and director of research, will present the keynote address.
Other speakers include Edward Skelton, Dallas Fed; Pascual O'Dogherty, Banco de México; Marian Micu, Barclays Global Investors; Manuel Sanchez, Laredo National Bank; and Yira Mascaró, The World Bank.
Additional information about the conference and a list of confirmed speakers can be found on the Dallas Fed web site: http://dallasfed.org/news/research/2007/07crossborder.cfm.
Phone: (214) 922-5307