One of the hallmarks of DCV’s management model is the promotion of inclusion, especially of women, in the Company’s different areas. For this reason, this year, the Company will support the 9th version of the Female Executive Award, organized by Mujeres Empresarias and Revista Capital, and aimed at recognizing the excellence, management capacity, innovation and influence of those professionals holding relevant positions in the country’s companies.
Operational continuity is a strategic pillar of Depósito Central de Valores (DCV), to ensure availability of critical services and compliance with regulations. This is why proper business continuity management is essential. With this in mind, we developed a rigorous plan of work that allowed us to obtain the BS2599 certifications in 2013, and the ISO 22301 in 2014, with its re-certifications valid until 2019.
In order to provide its clients with the best service quality, Depósito Central de Valores (DCV) is constantly training its employees in the latest financial and technological trends, or those related to the Company’s business.
The new Employment Inclusion Law, aimed at promoting an effective integration of disabled people into the working world, and which sets a quota in relation to the total employees of a company, entered into force on April 1st, 2018. “Adapting ourselves to the requirements of this new regulation has been very natural to us”
This past May 7th last May 7th the ceremony for the 5th version of this award was held, with the attendance of authorities from Banco Central, the Financial Market Commission and representatives of the private sector and the media.
In an increasingly digitalized economy, one of the companies’ biggest challenges is reducing the use of paper, which not only entails cost benefits, but it also helps the environment. Today, offices throughout the world use about 155 billion sheets of paper per year, equivalent to 48 kilos per person.