Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA)
Asociación de Supervisores Bancarios de las Américas
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29 Jul 1981, Mexico, at 1st Assembly, as Commission of Latin American and Caribbean Banking Supervisory and Inspection Organizations – Comisión de Organismos de Supervisión y Fiscalización Bancaria de América Latina y el Caribe. Statutes approved at 2nd Assembly, 1982, Lima (Peru), and amended at: 4th Assembly, 1984, Rome (Italy); 8th Assembly, 1991, Cartagena de Indias (Colombia). Statutes modifications approved by the Commission for change of name to Association of Supervisors of Banks of Latin America and the Caribbean – Asociación de Supervisores Bancarios de América Latina y el Caribe (ASBALC) at: 9th Assembly, 1992, Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia); 14th Assembly, 1997, Santiago (Chile). Present name adopted 14 May 1999.
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Assembly (annual); Governing Board; Technicians Meeting (twice a year each, on banking supervision, legal advisors and on automated information systems); Working Groups to define minimum regulatory and supervisory standards.
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