Deputy Governorship | Duties

To perform the duties as assigned or delegated by the Governor and to substitute the latter in case of absence, impediment or vacancy (BCRA Charter, Section 13). He is a member of the Board of Directors.

Vladimir Werning | Deputy Governor - Member of the Board (Appointment subject to Senate Confirmation)

Vladimir Werning holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT).

Prior to taking up his current position at the BCRA, he was Executive Director at Latin Securities SA, in Buenos Aires, where he dealt with fixed-income markets and credits.

In the public sector, he held several positions, such as Undersecretary of Economic Analysis and Coordination reporting to the Office of the Chief of the Ministerial Cabinet of the Argentine Presidency, where he coordinated the economic, macroeconomic and productive cabinets, and the drafting of laws and decrees together with the Ministry of the Treasury and Public Finance, the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos, AFIP), the National Securities Commission (Comisión Nacional de Valores, CNV) and the Superintendence of Insurance (Superintendencia de Seguros de la Nación, SSN). He further served as representative of the Chief of the Ministerial Cabinet before the Committee of Investments of the Sustainability Guarantee Fund at the Argentine Social Security Administration (Administración Nacional de la Seguridad Social, ANSES). He was also the Head of the Advisors Unit of the Economic Policy Secretariat at the Ministry of the Treasury and Finance, and representative of the Ministry of the Treasury and Public Finance before the Board of the BCRA, and before ANSES' Council for the Procrear Program.

In the private sector, he worked at JPMorgan Securities in New York, as Executive Director, and as Chief Economist for Latin América, further advising the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund, the U.S. Treasury Department, the New York Federal Reserve, and the Inter-American Development Bank. He had previously held the position of Vice President at JPMorgan Bank and Chief Economist for the Southern Cone in Buenos Aires.

He is a participating member of the Committee of Sovereign Risk Management of the Institute of International Finance in Washington DC. He was guest lecturer at the Council of Foreign Relations, Council of the Americas, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Emerging Markets Traders Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Latin America Banking Federation, and the Argentine Institute of Finance Executives. He was assistant professor in International Trade and Finance at UTDT and guest lecturer at New York University, Columbia University, Duke University and Petersen Institute for International Economics.

Fotografía de Vladimir Werning