In Latin America and the Caribbean there are few consensus issues as clear as the need to produce more and better housing for low-income families. This consensus engages governments right and left, and moves both national and local governments, as well as private business and NGOs. We have around 500 million people in the region living in cities under an accelerated, defective … [Read more...] about More and better social housing increases inclusion in Latin American and Caribbean cities
Paloma Silva is an expert in Financing Housing and Urban Development Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean currently at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington. She was Minister of Housing in Mexico and Deputy General Director of Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal. Award to Professional Merit 2015 of the ITAM in the Public Sector, after 20 years of experience in the Federal Government. Specialist in Development Banking, Relationship with Multilaterals, futures and in Pension Funds, Securitizations, structured Bonds and in the operation of money, stock, options and futures markets. Founding partner of IXE Banco and AFORE XXI. He was a member of the Board of Directors of INFONAVIT, FOVISSTTE, Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal FONHAPO, ISSSTE, RUV and CORETT. Professor with over twenty years of experience teaching undergraduate and master's degrees.