Financial Regulation and Infrastructure
GABRIEL APARICI was appointed Financial Regulation and Infrastructure Manager in 2010. He is an agricultural economist graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and he has a master’s degree in business studies (MBA) from the same university.
Mr. Aparici joined the Central Bank in 2007 where he has specialized in financial policy matters particularly concerning the working of banking companies and payment systems, and in 2008, he became Head of the Regulation Group of the Financial Regulation Infrastructure Management.
Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Aparici was an analyst at the Financial Analysis Unit (2005-2007), dependent on the Ministry of Finance, where he had the opportunity of helping to create the first agency specialized in detection and prevention of money laundering in Chile.
From 1997 to 2004, he had worked in the Studies Department of the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions, taking part in various projects and research into banking organization and regulation, on matters such as risk management, competition, monetary policy transmission, characterization of creditworthiness and monitoring the current situation.
He has also pursued academic activities in the areas of Banking Economics and Corporate Finance.