An experienced Ecuadorian attorney with ample trajectory in the analysis of legal and regulatory regimes to promote financial consumer protection and financial inclusion, advises governments in Africa, Latin America and South East Asia; holds a Master’s degree in Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science; Bachelors in Law, University of Cuenca, Ecuador.

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Redefining Climate as Common Good When in the 1980s climate change entered the UN agenda, one of the first questions raised was, “what is climate from a legal point of view?”. A stable climate is a visible manifestation of a well-functioning Earth System that can be explained as the product of its robust and predictable […]

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