The international financial services sector is, along with tourism, the most important pillar of our economy

Who We Are

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ABOUT CIFA

CIFA (Curacao International Financial Services Association) is the representative association of professionals in the international financial services sector of Curacao. We act as a sounding board for and advise government, regulatory agencies, and monetary authorities on issues concerning our international financial services sector.

CIFA initiates and endorses the development of new concepts, products, and services by actively lobbying for new state-of-the-art laws and regulations(fiscal, corporate and compliance).

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OUR VISION

CIFA’s vision is to make Curacao the gateway of choice, both inbound and outbound, for channeling cross-border international financial services transactions servicing the world with strong focus on Latin America.

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OUR BOARD MEMBERS

CHAIRMAN

Anuschka was born and raised in Curacao. After 16 years of working on an International level and living abroad, she returned…

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Zuleika Lasten, born and raised in Curaçao, studied fiscal law at the University of Tilburg (Katholieke Universiteit Brabant)…

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Born July 7, 1970 in the Netherlands (near Eindhoven). Graduated from VWO in 1988 and obtained his Dutch Chartered Account title…

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Pasión in innovation in both the air and space industry. Love to develop challenging private government projects, especially on the…

TAX & COUNTRY MANAGING PARTNER

Bryan is a Tax Partner of EY Caribbean and works especially from the Curaçao and Aruba offices…

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Giovanny Pieternelle began his investment banking career here on Curaçao 24 years ago with ING Bank-assessing Emerging Markets …

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Janine Lacle is from Aruba, however, moved to Curacao for several years during her childhood years before returning to Aruba…

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Elaine has been working in the financial services industry since January of 2004. In the early 2000s her work consisted mainly…