May 15-18, 2022 | Caesars Palace | Las Vegas
Niguel Streete is the Managing Director of the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) Financial Services Commission, a position he has held since February 2016. The Commission is an independent integrated financial regulator with responsibility for regulating financial institutions, supervising not-for-profit organisations and designated non-financial businesses and persons, and administering the commercial registry in the TCI.
Prior to joining the Commission, Niguel held several executive positions in financial regulation in the region, including Deputy Executive Director of the Grenada Authority for the Regulation of Financial Institutions, Executive Director of the Anguilla Financial Services Commission, Director of Bank Supervision and Advisor in the Governor’s Office at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, and Secretary of the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission. He also served as Chairman of the Anguilla Money Laundering Reporting Authority and Deputy Chairman of the Anguilla CFATF Mutual Evaluation Steering Committee.
Niguel has over 26 years’ experience regulating banks and other lending institutions, credit unions, insurance business, securities markets, and corporate service providers against prudential, money laundering, and terrorist financing risks. His experience also includes the resolution of distressed institutions. He has been actively involved in financial and capital markets development in the region, including ensuring compliance with various international standards. Niguel also has experience working in Government, commercial banking, auditing and the tourism sector, and as a lecturer on financial regulation.
Niguel’s training includes industry specific regulatory training, a BSc in Accounting and an MSc (Hon) in International Economics, Banking and Finance. Niguel is a Chevening Scholarship Alumni and a Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Alumni.
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