Camila Quevedo-Vega

Senior Financial Sector Specialist

As member of CGAP’s Fostering Responsible Enabling Ecosystems Pillar, Camila currently leads CGAP’s work on exploring the implications of crisis policy responses for inclusive finance and participates in CGAP’s efforts, along with other international organizations and standard-setting bodies (SSBs), to develop global principles for open finance.

Over the past 14 years, Camila has developed a multi-sectoral vision of financial sector policy issues, through various positions in Colombia, including roles at the Colombian Bankers’ Association (Asobancaria), the country’s largest bank in assets (Bancolombia), and the financial sector’s supervisory authority (Superintendencia Financiera de Colombia, SFC). In her most recent position at the SFC, Camila had the opportunity to lead the division responsible for proposing strategic guidelines to the Superintendent while spearheading crucial regulatory proposals necessary to align with international standards for banking, insurance, and other financial industries set by SSBs.

Camila holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Hertie School in Germany, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in economics from Universidad Nacional and Universidad de los Andes, respectively, both located in Colombia.