Eduardo Flores Herrera
is a partner in the firm's Financial Services practice group. His key practice areas are capital markets and banking/finance. In July 2014, Mr Flores was appointed vice-president for Securities Supervision of the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV). In this position, he was in charge of the supervision of all securities market participants, including issuers, broker-dealers, mutual funds, rating agencies, introducing brokers, exchanges, central counterparties, central deposits, and price vendors; he was also in charge of authorising all public offerings of securities in Mexico and the incorporation of mutual funds, in addition to participating in the drafting of all securities-related secondary regulation. He is a member of: Committee 2 (Secondary Market), the Inter-American Regional Committee and the Infrastructure Working Group – all from the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO); the Credit Rating Agencies Supervisory Core Colleges of Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch; the Pacific Alliance supervisors’ committee, comprised by securities regulators from Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico. Additionally, Mr Flores represented Mexico at the Ibero-American Securities Institute.