Mayra Rodríguez Valladares is the Managing Principal of MRV Associates. She specializes in training and consulting solutions for Basel III, Dodd-Frank, risk management, financial derivatives, capital markets, foreign exchange, and corporate finance. She has worked with the private sector and foreign central banks in the US, UK, Latin America Eastern Europe, Central, and Southeast Asia, …
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Mayra Rodríguez Valladares is the Managing Principal of MRV Associates. She specializes in training and consulting solutions for Basel III, Dodd-Frank, risk management, financial derivatives, capital markets, foreign exchange, and corporate finance. She has worked with the private sector and foreign central banks in the US, UK, Latin America Eastern Europe, Central, and Southeast Asia, and Africa creating and delivering courses on financial regulation, risk management, risk-based supervision, capital markets, derivatives, municipal bonds, and securitized products.
Prior to MRV Associates, Mayra had fixed income, equity, and energy analyst roles in London at BT.AlexBrown and JP Morgan. There she assisted major financial institutions and money managers in Europe and the Americas with their investment strategies and risk management in Russian and Eastern European markets, with a focus on the oil and electricity sectors. Mayra began her career as a foreign exchange analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where she had the honor of interpreting between members of Russian President Boris Yeltsin’s delegation and Messrs. Henry Kissinger and Paul Volcker. Whilst at FRBNY, she was also awarded a Performance Plus Award for leading a foreign exchange course for foreign central bankers. Mayra has been an Adjunct Professor at New York University where she taught The Politics of International Economic Relations and Economics and Finance of Energy. She was also an Adjunct Professor at The Fashion Institute of Technology of New York where she taught global marketing, corporate finance, and Latin American politics. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Russian and is functional in German, Hebrew, and Italian.
Mayra has published over 300 articles covering financial regulations, capital markets, trade, and energy in developed and emerging markets, as well as on business and cultural interest topics. She is a Forbes Contributor and has also published for American Banker, Bloomberg Financial Regulation Newsletter, CME, Compliancex, The Hill, The New York Times, and Tabb Forum. She is often quoted in the press on important financial regulatory and capital market issues.
BA in Russian and Soviet Studies from Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges
Raoul Wallenberg Scholar at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
MBA The Wharton School
MA in Eurasian and International Studies from The Lauder Institute of The University of Pennsylvania
Mayra’s Recent Articles:
Almost Half Of America’s Banks Have Less Than Satisfactory Federal Reserve Supervisory Ratings
Leveraged Loan Defaults Are At Highest Level In Two Years
Brown, Pocan, And Warren Are Right To Ask The Carlyle Group About Its Investments In Nursing Homes And Long-Term Care Facilities
Democrats Call American Investment Council and Ernst & Young Private Equity Report A Sham Study
Significant Retail Job Losses At Private-Equity Backed Companies Should Worry Us