Alberto Diamond, president of KPMG Central America, was designated Superintendent of Banks in Panama.
As pointed out by Edith Castillo Duarte in her Prensa.com article, confidential sources from the banking sector showed concern over the possible conflict of interest in the tenure of the next Banking Superintendent.
Pa-digital.com.pa reports: "According to the Superintendence of Banks in Panama (SBP) the projects has four components: the first is a integral diagnostic of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT), the second phase will be a comparative study (Benchmarking) of other similar banking centers, the third component includes an study of the international market and in the fourth stage a strategic action plan will be established in conjunction with the corresponding authorities.
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