Financial Authority Partner Profile:
Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores
About Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores
The Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) is an independent agency of the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (Mexico) (SHCP) body with technical autonomy and executive powers over the Mexican financial system. Its main role is to supervise and regulate the entities that make up the Mexican financial system, in order to ensure its stability and proper operation, and to maintain and promote the healthy and balanced development of the financial system as a whole, in protecting the interests of the public. The Chairman since December 2012 is economist Jaime Gonzalez Aguadé .
Sandro García-Rojas Castillo
Vice President for Supervision of AML/CFT Measures at the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission
Sandro García-Rojas Castillo is the Director General of Anti-Money Laundering Activities, National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).
He is a lawyer with multiple Master Degrees on fundamental economic aspects including criminal law as well as the protection of assets and people. He is also a specialist certified in Money Laundering Detection by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS) and by the CNBV in Mexico, among others. In his professional career, he has worked in the private sector and in the Federal Government.
Linda Diaz Del Barrio
General Director of the Prevention of Operations with Resources from Illicit Provenance
Linda is the General Director of the Prevention of Operations with Resources from Illicit Provenance B, in charge the supervision of financial institutions, such as banks, brokerage houses, entities of popular sector, among others.
In her career within the National Commission of Banking and Securities (CNBV) account, she has 12 years of experience as a regulator in accounting, external auditing and financial information for financial and stock entities subject to supervision by the CNBV.