To ensure the implementation of the Bank’s monetary and financial policy; to make decisions affecting the money and foreign exchange markets; to introduce general policies on the economic regulatory framework and on financial system growth; to establish the denominations and features of bills and coins; to authorize the opening of new financial or foreign exchange institutions or to revoke their authorization to operate; to adopt regulations on Bank organization and management; to perform all the other duties assigned to it under BCRA Charter Sections 14 and 15.
To perform the duties as assigned or delegated by the Superintendent and to substitute the latter in case of absence, impediment or vacancy (BCRA Charter, Section 44).
She is a lawyer, graduated from the School of Law and Social Sciences of Universidad de Buenos Aires (1984), specialized in Insurance Law and Supervision of Institutions in the Insurance Sector.
She was Manager of Authorizations and Registries at the National Superintendence of Insurance (2016-2017). Claudia Berger worked at the Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP), where she coordinated and supervised the General Secretariat (2008) and served at the Legal Management Office as Legal Opinions Deputy Manager (2004-2008). She was Legal and Technical Manager of the Superintendence of Occupational Hazard (1998-2000).
She also was a professor of Criminal Law and Insurance Law at the School of Law and Social Sciences of Universidad de Buenos Aires.