Héctor Tinoco

Héctor Tinoco has more than 30 years of experience in the Mexican financial system, which includes counseling on the financial regulations applicable to banks and other financial entities and on the incorporation and operation of financial intermediaries.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Héctor served as the general counsel of Banco de México, the Mexican Central Bank. In this position he was responsible for the legal compliance of the bank and for the issuance of regulations for financial intermediaries. He also served as secretary to the board of governors of Banco de México and to the board's Exchange Rate Commission. In addition, he served as vice president of regulation at the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), where he was secretary to the board of governors. Héctor was subsequently appointed by Mexico's president as a member of the board of governors of the Mexican Institute for the Protection of Bank Savings (IPAB). During his tenure at IPAB, he successfully conducted the exchange of Bank Fund for the Protection of Savings (FOBAPROA) notes. This program marked the conclusion of the bank bailout that resulted from the 1995 financial crisis. [1]