“BANXICO’s synchronization’ with the Fed is conditional” (Galia Borja)


Mexico Central Banker Galia Borja Says Bank’s ‘Synchronization’ With the Fed Is Conditional

Galia Borja holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM, for its acronym in Spanish) as well as two master’s degrees, one in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from The State University of New York (SUNY), and the other in Economics and Public Policy from Tecnológico de Monterrey, where she graduated with honors, having obtained the highest GPA in her class.

Galia Borja began her career in 2001 in Mexico City’s Government. In 2003, she took the position of Director of Concentration and Control of Funds, where she coordinated the design and implementation of an automated system for processing deposit reception and settlement in Mexico City’s General Funds accounts.

Mexico Central Banker Borja Says Bank’s ‘Synchronization’ With the Fed Is Conditional

FILE PHOTO: The logo of Mexico’s Central Bank (Banco de Mexico) is seen at its building in downtown Mexico City, Mexico August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Henry Romero/File photo Reuters

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The Bank of Mexico’s “synchronization” with the U.S. Federal Reserve on monetary policy is conditional, central bank board member Galia Borja said at an event on Monday, November 14, 2022.

(Reporting by Valentine Hilaire; Editing by Anthony Esposito for REUTERS)

Source: Reuters

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