As part of its mission as a provider of critical infrastructure and other services to the financial sector, with the highest quality standards, the Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) recently obtained the ISO 27001 standard certification on Information Security.
The teams of the Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) that are located in the traditional offices of downtown Santiago (Huérfanos 770) will be changed to modern facilities located in the Torre Santa María (Av. Los Conquistadores 1730, District of Providencia).
The Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) has had an active participation in the international consortium, which is formed by other securities depositories and suppliers of the industry, whose joint work looks to seek alternatives for the implementation of Blockchain.
Regarding the transformation process and the new challenges of the financial market, DCV renews its image after 10 years, The financial market is no longer the same. Technology changes the global system so quickly that the need for transformation and adaptation is vital. Survival relies on the potential to reinvent itself, and the challenge is to achieve it without losing what differentiates us and which has allowed us to become who we are.
Mónica a public accountant born in Uruguay, has developed her entire career in South Africa, where she was the first executive director of Strate, the securities deposit of that country, created in 1998. In August 2017, she left her position and concentrated on studying and bringing blockchain technology to various industries through the Consensys Consultancy.
For the second consecutive year, the Déposito Central de Valores (DCV) participated in delivering the “2019 Female Executive” award, which since 2010 has been granted by Mujeres Empresarias and Revista Capital. This recognition highlights professionals who stand out for their management, innovation and leadership in the public, and private sector, academia and non-profit organizations.