José de la Torre, dean of the Chapman Graduate School, was moderator of a panel on “Remittances: What This Represents for Latin America.” The panelists with him are (left to right): Sergio Bendixen, president, Bendixen & Associates; José Maria Ayuso, executive vice resident of Product Management & Member Relations, Visa International; and José Guerrero, CEO, Optima Compliance & Consulting, Inc.
For the first time, the College’s Chapman Graduate School of Business was a corporate sponsor of the Americas Conference—an information-packed, two-day session focused this year on a number of business and political topics related to Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Ninth Annual Miami Herald Americas Conference drew experts from across the region—from high ranking government officials to representatives of the media, corporations, academic institutions, and more—for speeches, panels, and question and answer sessions.
Among those experts: José de la Torre, dean of the Chapman School.
De la Torre moderated a panel discussion on the topic “Remittances: What This Represents for Latin America.” Members of the panel were Jose Maria Ayuso, executive vice president of product management and member relations, Visa International; Sergio Bendixen, president, Bendixen & Associates; and José Guerrero, Esq. CAMS, CEO, Optima Compliance & Consulting, Inc.
The conference took place at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables September 29-30, 2005.