Carlos Alberto Moya Franco
Regional Manager Latin America & Caribbean
Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI)
Carlos Alberto Moya Franco is Economist from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, with a Master’s degree in Regional and Urban Development from the London School of Economics and Postgraduate studies from the Universities of Liverpool and Glasgow.
Mr. Moya is currently AFI’s Regional Manager for Latin America & the Caribbean, responsible for the coordination of activities, support to the members and regional engagement.
AFI is a global network of financial regulators and policymakers from developing and emerging countries working together to increase access and usage to appropriate financial services for the poor. Currently, 107 institutions from 92 countries are part of the Network. AFI provides its members with the tools and resources to share and implement their knowledge of policies. AFI membership benefits include increased access to peers, knowledge, global dialogue, grants and resources.
Before he joined AFI in 2012, he worked in Colombia as Director of Banca de las Oportunidades, Program of the Presidency of the Republic of Colombia that aims to promote access and usage to financial services for the low income population; Deputy Manager of the National Housing Institute; Adviser of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism; Professor and Researcher at the Universidad de los Andes; Ministry of Planning; Consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations Development Program and Manager CEO of private sector enterprises. He has been invited as a speaker in several events on financial inclusion in America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania.