Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions of Chile
(as of 25 June 2014) Eric Parrado is also a Professor of Economics and Finance at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Chile, and was a consultant with the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, as well as to various governments, central banks and companies. Parrado advised the governments of Mongolia, Panama and Nigeria on fiscal policy and implementation of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs). He is also a regular speaker on international finance matters, asset management issues and monetary policy. As a former International Financial Coordinator and adviser to the Minister of Finance of Chile (2007-2010), Parrado built a strong institutional arrangement for the management of Chilean government resources. He also helped develop and promote the “Santiago Principles”, voluntary guidelines that assign best practices for the operations of SWFs. Parrado holds a PhD in Economics from New York University and a BA in Economics from the University of Chile. He is a Member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Long-term Investing.