To fully control financial institutions and, in the case of non-financial institutions, to supervise regulatory compliance.
She is a Certified Public Accountant graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). She attended several workshops and activities given by International Organizations on risk management and new prudential standards.
She worked for the Superintendence of Financial and Exchange Institutions (SEFyC) from 1982 to 1990 and then from 1999 to date. She is currently in charge of four Supervision Senior Management Offices: “A” and “B” Supervision Offices—which oversee all financial institutions, either private or public with national and/or foreign capital—; Specialized Supervision Office—which supervises non-financial institutions—and Suspicious Transactions Office—which works on issues related to Anti-Money Laundering in the context of institutions falling under the BCRA's supervision.
Regarding the academic field, she coordinates the Full Training Program for the BCRA’s Banking Supervision, where she also teaches. At the international level, she represents the BCRA in debate fora on the implementation and supervision of international standards. She also teaches at the Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA).