CTo oversee control processes with respect to: (i) the duties of financial and foreign exchange institutions’ internal or external auditors; and (ii) financial institutions’ compliance with regulations regarding financial service users’ rights and interest rates on loans, and term investments and deposits. To oversee control processes of IT and reporting systems run by institutions governed by the BCRA’s current regulations.
Marcelo Fernández graduated as a public accountant from Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) and holds a degree in Systems Analysis from Universidad del Salvador (USAL).
He worked in different positions for Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co., Chemical Bank, The Chase Manhattan Bank, the bank formed from the merger of Chemical and Chase, to name a few.
He wrote Communication “A” 4609 on “Minimum Requirements for the Management, Implementation and Control of Risks to Information Technology, Information Systems and Associated Resources for Financial Institutions”.
He has given lectures at various associations, central banks, financial organizations and education centers in Argentina, and also in Madrid, London and New York.