LIC. JAIME GONZÁLEZ AGUADÉ
On December 14, 2012
he assumed the presidency of the National Banking and Securities Commission
(CNBV), after being appointed by Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico, as proposed
by the Minister of Finance and Public Debt, Luis Videgaray.
Jaime González Aguadé
has a degree in Economics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
(ITAM), and holds a Master degree in Public and Private Management with
Specialization on Finance from Yale University.
His public sector
experience includes being appointed by President Felipe Calderon, in June 2012,
as General Director of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).
Previously, he was Under-Secretary
of Electricity at the Ministry of Energy, where he was responsible for the planning
and design of the energy policy under the scope of competence of the Ministry
of Energy, which gives priority to the security and energy diversification,
energy saving and environmental protection. He was also responsible for
overseeing that the authorization of the Federal Electricity Commission’s generation,
transmission, transformation, distribution, and supply of electricity programs
complied with such policy.
Previously he was General
Director of BANSEFI, where he accomplished a deeper penetration of financial
services to lower-income population through “L@ Red de la Gente”, which was a commercial
alliance between the Popular Savings and Credit sector and BANSEFI. Also, at
this stage, the Popular Savings and Credit Sector was strengthened through the offering
of credit to the Organizations of “L@ Red de la Gente” as second-tier banks and
by increasing the range of services that they could offer.
Also, he served as Deputy
General Director of Programs and Operation in Financiera Rural and Deputy
Director of Regional Banking of Nacional de Credito Rural S.N.C., where he was
in charge of the operational regularization of BANRURAL´s system. He also participates
in the diagnosis of the institution and was responsible for launching the
initial operations of the new Financiera Rural.
He also served as
General Director of Administration and Control of Institutional Programs at the Institute for the Protection of Bank Savings
(IPAB), where he was in charge of the financial restructuring program and the
sale process of Grupo Financiero Serfin, S.A. de C.V., as well as responsible
for the sale of the shareholding of Banca Serfin, SA