Board of Directors | Duties

The Board of Directors formulates the BCRA’s monetary and financial policy; takes part in any decision affecting the monetary and foreign exchange markets; sets general policies related to the economic order and expansion of the financial system; establishes the denominations and characteristics of bills and coins; authorizes the opening of new financial or foreign exchange institutions; revokes their licenses; and lays down rules for organizing and managing the BCRA. The Board of Directors is also responsible for executing such other duties as assigned under Sections 14 and 15 of the BCRA's Charter.

Deputy Superintendence of Financial and Foreign Exchange Institutions

The Deputy Superintendent performs such duties as are assigned or delegated by the Superintendent, being entitled to act as Superintendent in the event of the latter’s absence, impediment or vacancy (Section 44 of the BCRA's Charter).

Vacant position | Member of the Board - Superintendent