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What does FIBA stand for?

FIBA stands for Florida International Bankers Association

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Notable participants in the 43rd FELABAN Annual Assembly will include: -- President of FELABAN, Ricardo Marino -- CEO of Banco Itau-Unibanco, Roberto Setubal -- CEO of Scotia Bank, Rick Waugh -- Chief Economist for Standard & Poor's, David Wyss -- President of the Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA) and Wells Fargo Bank vice president for Latin America, John Rodriguez -- Chairman of the Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT) and managing director of The Bank of New York Mellon, Howard Bascom The Latin American Federation of Banks, FELABAN, is a non-profit organization constituted in 1965 in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
Other supporters of the legislation include the Beacon Council; Broward Alliance; Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA); City of Coral Gables; Mike Carricarte, Chairman of Amedex insurance in Miami; Tom Cornish, President and CEO of Seitlin insurance in Fort Lauderdale; and Jack Lowell, Vice Chairman of Codina Realty Services, Inc.
23-25 Miami, Florida Contact: Florida International Bankers Association Tel: [1] (805) 579-0086 fiba@fiba.