CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Gabriel Yelin of President of Argentina’s CertiSur.
Executive MBA in Business Administration from the University Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina.
He was Director and President (1975-1998) of Organización Veraz SA (Buenos Aires, Argentina), the largest database in Latin America-oriented trade information, consisting of Equifax, Credit-Bureau (USA) and Banelco, banks that gather more than 60% of private banking.
He was President and founder of Verity (1988-1998) Foundation (Buenos Aires, Argentina), nonprofit oriented nesting credit and fraud prosecution profit.
He was a member and President of the Argentine Chapter of IAFCI (International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators) of California, USA, and member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners from Texas, USA.
It has been organized as part of the Veraz Foundation, four International Congress on the Prevention of Fraud in 1992, 1993, 1996 and 1997, declared of national interest by the Ministry of Justice.
Currently, besides the presidency of the Board of Precepts SA (www.preceptos.com.ar), is President of VeriSign (www.certisur.com), Senior Affiliate VeriSign Inc. for MERCOSUR.
Degree in Tae Kwon Do 2nd dan.
In the educational field, he was an assistant in the Department of General Administration at the University of Buenos Aires and the Chair of Ethics at Bar-Ilan University.
He has lectured in:
Administration career in the field “General Management” at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
Career Management University of Lujan, Province of Buenos Aires.
He is an honorary professor “Institutional Ethics” in the schools of the ORT Argentina Association.
Teaching the course “Economic Activity and Criminal Law” at the School of Law of Buenos Aires, July 2000.
He is the author of several articles on credit, fraud and corruption, and gave numerous lectures on the subject, including:
Speaker at the XI International Congress of FIBAFIN in Guatemala CA in May 1995.
Fraud and corruption, problems of the century. Berglas School of Economics, University of Tel-Aviv, November 1995 (Israel).
Credit Bureau – Credit Information in Argentina. IACCI, August 1996 (Phoenix, USA).
Fraud prevention policies and other financial crimes. XIII International Congress Iberoamerican Federation of Financial Associations (FIBAFIN), in March 1997, Hotel Alfonso XIII (Seville, Spain).
15th International Symposium “Economic Crime” Jesus College, Cambridge, UK, in September 1997.