Formerly Director of the Foreign Reserves and Capital Account Division at Banco Central de Chile, lately Head of Central Banks and Official Institutions at BBVA LatAm-Caribbean
He is a member of the Panel of Experts in Financial Risk Management at the IMF, has worked with PIMCO, the World Bank, the IADB, the Ford Foundation, the Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLAC) and several corporate clients in Chile. With the IMF, has joined technical assistance missions to the central banks of Bolivia, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Iran, Israel (WBGS), Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Vietnam and Yemen, helping them to develop portfolio management and foreign exchange markets and operations.
Foxley is an economist, expert in portfolio management, lectures in Financial Economics and Risk Management, earned his Masters - (M.A., Econometrics and Finance)- from the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School, Magister in Monetary and Fiscal Policy from Universidad de Chile. He has been Researcher and Lecturer at Universidad de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso and UAH-Georgetown University at graduate levels.
Foxley has been a member of the IADB-FOMIN-ALIDE Committee for Best Practices in Development Banking. His consultancy expertise in banking supervision, SME and Micro-Finance in Latin-America has been shared by Corporación Financiera Nacional del Ecuador, Nacional Financiera in Mexico, Bndes in Brasil, Banco Central and FONAVI in Honduras and Banco Nacional de Panama and Corfo in Chile.
His corporate experience includes appointments to company boards and executive positions at BBVA, Port Valparaiso, Derco-Sodimac, Compañía Chilena de Inversiones-IFC, Cotrisa (Chairman) and Corfo (CFO).