Depósito Central de Valores S.A. (DCV) is a corporation established in accordance with Law 18,876 and its regulations, and directives of the Superintendence of Securities and Insurance (SVS, Superintendencia de Valores y Seguros). DCV is entitled to receive public offering securities under deposit for transfer between depositors as per this Law.
DCV's purpose is to electronically process and register transfer transactions in stock exchange and the over-the-counter market, and coordinate and provide the necessary information for financial settlement of such transactions.
In 2000, DCV introduced to the market the Shareholder Register Management Service, through its DCV Registros S.A. affiliate, which allows corporations to outsource this task which is not a core competency area and deploy their productive capacities in their business areas.
This is one of the most advanced services in the market, meeting the same operational, safety and technological requirements of all services provided by our organization.
DCV was established on March 15, 1993 to meet the increasing local economy demand for a modern stock market, which required the application of international standards to better operate in the increasingly demanding and globalized markets.
After a decade, DCV has emerged as one of the companies promoting the Chilean stock market modernization, contributing to the application of international standards in coordination with the Central Bank of Chile (BCCH), the Superintendence of Securities and Insurance (SVS), the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions (SBIF), and placing agents and issuers in general
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