To identify and assess the levels of non-financial risks to which the BCRA is exposed, and to put forward mechanisms to reduce and control the BCRA’s vulnerability. To prepare and update the Business Continuity Manual.
To head up the calculation and assessment of the financial risks to which the BCRA assets and liabilities are exposed.
Cecilia Scalise graduated as a public accountant from Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) and has gained sound experience in financial administration and control in the national public sector.
She joined the BCRA in 1982, where she has forged her career in different areas: Economic Research and Statistics (National Accounts); General Accounting (Budget and Settlements), and Treasury. She was a member of the working group for the Review of National Accounts and Income Distribution within the framework of the World Bank Project - Change in Base Year 1986.
Moreover, she is part of the International Operational Risk Working Group (IORWG), an international group of central banks which seeks to gather knowledge and experience for the advanced management of operational risk in central banks.
She has given courses and lectures in Argentina and abroad on financial administration, strategic planning and cash management. She was one of the professionals who produced the document published by the BCRA entitled: “El sector público en el sistema de Cuentas Nacionales” (The Public Sector in the National Accounts System).