Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) has a broad network of partnerships and memberships both in the international and local markets, whose aim is to find instances of cooperation, contribute to the development of the market, and strengthen its commercial value proposition.
The Inclusion and Financial Education Committee, (Mesa de Inclusión y Educación Financiera, MIEF), where Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) is a promoter and member, welcomes a new member, the new member is the Association of Banks and Financial Entities (ABIF), which joined last August. With this new addition, there are 11 organizations united in this unprecedented project whose purpose is to gather the leaders of financial associations in a committee to work jointly and efficiently on financial education in a challenging context in the country.
The second and last training cycle is soon to start, and it will focus on the start-up of the new DCV Evolution (DCVe) platform planned for November. This cycle, the second for 2021, includes theoretical sessions, hands-on workshops, and market tests. It will start on July 29. Once this process has concluded, we expect our operators to have all the tools and information required to complete the first transactions in the new DCVe platform.
The Click&Vote remote e-voting platform developed by th Santiago Stock Exchange and Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) has shown excellent results, with a 64% increase in the number of Shareholders Meetings and Investors Meetings conducted as of the end of May. In total, 238 meetings took place this season – where 14 corresponded to IPSA companies – compared to 145 for the same period of the previous year.
Depósito Central de Valores (DCV), as a member of the Financial Education Committee (MEF), together with Centro de Estudios Financieros (CEF) del ESE Business School de la Universidad de los Andes, are conducting the sixth version of the course for journalists in the financial world.
The historic General Manager of DCV leaves his office on March 31st. In this interview, he reviews the origins of the institution and the principal milestones of its mandate, March 31st will be the last day that Fernando Yáñez enters the Depósito Central de Valores as its General Manager. That day, and after 28 years leading the institution, he will step aside and, Rodrigo Roblero, the current Planning, IT and Finance Manager will take his place. What started - more than 30 years ago