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Mercado Cerrado 20-06-2018 01:53 AM GMT -04:00


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​“We have consolidated and strengthened our leadership, keeping in mind the challenges of participating in a dynamic, highly competitive, globally-focused market. This market drives us to constantly innovate, developing products and providing high-quality services to our customers and to the entire domestic securities market”.

José Antonio Martínez, CEO Santiago Exchange.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  • Management
  • Board
  • Committe
José Antonio Martínez Zurragamurdi

José Antonio Martínez Zurragamurdi
Chief Executive Officer

Industrial Engineer from University of Chile and a Master in Business Law from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. CEO since September 1998.

Juan Carlos Ponce Hidalgo

Juan Carlos Ponce Hidalgo
Chief Operating Officer

A Financial Engineer from University Diego Portales. He has been its COO since July 1, 1995.

Carlos Niedbalski Chacón

Carlos Niedbalski Chacón
Chief Audit and Control Officer

A Business Engineer from Universidad de Santiago and an Accountant Auditor from Universidad de Chile, he holds an MBA from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has been its Chief Audit and Control Officer since January 1, 2012.

Patricio Rojas Sharovsky

Patricio Rojas Sharovsky
Chief Financial Officer

An Industrial Civil Engineer, he holds an MBA from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has been the Chief Financial Officer since August 1, 2009.

Andrés Araya Falcone

Andrés Araya Falcone
Chief Information Officer

An IT Engineer, he holds an MBA from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has been its CIO since April 1, 1998.

Nicolás Almazán Barros

Nicolás Almazán Barros
Chief of Research & Development Officer

Business Engineer from Universidad de Chile. Master in Financial Management from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. He has been Chief of Research and Development Officer since November 18, 2013.

Lucy Pamboukdjian Costa

Lucy Pamboukdjian Costa
Chief Commercial Officer

Bachelor in Business Administration, majoring in Economics from Mackenzie University of Sao Paulo and Master in Economics at the Catholic University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Commercial Manager from May 2015.

Sr. Juan Andrés Camus Camus

Sr. Juan Andrés Camus Camus
Chairman

A Business Engineer from Universidad Católica de Chile. Founding partner of Celfin Capital in 1988, CEO until 2008 and then chairman. Chairman of BTG Pactual-Chile until 2016, which merged with Celfin Capital in 2012. Member of Executive Council of CEP. Director of Santiago Exchange since April 2010 and chairman since April 2014.

Eduardo Muñoz Vivaldi

Eduardo Muñoz Vivaldi
Vice Chairman

An Industrial Civil Engineer from Universidad de Chile, he is the founding member and Chairman of Negocios y Valores S.A., Corredores de Bolsa. He previously performed as the CEO of Financiera Tasco S.A. (a branch of Soc. El Tattersall S.A.), as Manager of Inversiones Especializadas S.A. (INVESSA), as Finance Manager of Banco de Constitución, as Finance and International Division Manager and Planning Manager of Banco de A. Edwards and as Partner at Raimundo Serrano Mc Auliffe y Cía. Ltda., Corredores de Bolsa, up to 1990. He is a Director of the Entity since April 29, 2010.

Roberto Belchior

Roberto Belchior
Director

Managing Director of B3, the Brazilian stock exchange, where he arrived in July of 2013 as Legal Director. Since March 2016, he is responsible for the development of markets and management of investments and initiatives of the Brazilian Stock Exchange in Latin America. Member of the Boards of the Lima Stock Exchange, the Colombian Stock Exchange and the Santiago Stock Exchange.

Antonio Castilla

Antonio Castilla
Director

Commercial Engineer and Master in International Business of UGM. Partner and Chairman of ACN Corporate Finance and ACN Ventures. Partner of Financial Tech Chile and M&A Global Vice Chairperson of Geneva Group International. He was Acting Partner of Transaction Services & Restructuring at KPMG and Director of Corporate Finance at E&Y and Andersen.

Fernando Larraín Cruzat

Fernando Larraín Cruzat
Director

Business Engineer from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and MBA from Harvard Business School. Executive president of LarrainVial S.A., headquarters of LarrianVial Group. President of the board of directors of LarrianVial Sociedad Administradora de Fondos de Inversión (SAFI) in Peru. He is also Director of Watt´s, CIC, Activa SPA and Fundación Las Rosas. Director of SSE since April 2014.

Jaime Larraín Vial

Jaime Larraín Vial
Director

He is a broker of the Santiago Stock Exchange since November 11, 1974, a partner at Jaime Larraín y Cía, Corredores de Bolsa Ltda.; and a Director of SSE since April 2000.

Rodrigo Manubens

Rodrigo Manubens
Director

A Business Engineer from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, he holds a Master of Science from London School of Economics. Director of Banco de Chile. President of Banchile Seguros de Vida. Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aguas Andinas. Director of the Company since May 27, 2013.

Jeannette Schiess von Wolfersdorff

Jeannette Schiess von Wolfersdorff
Director

Commercial Engineer from the RWTH Aaachen University of Germany, specializing in Finance. She is currently the Executive Director and co-founder of the Fiscal Expenditure Observatory. She has participated in the creation of various initiatives, including the Political Parties Transparency Index and the Fundación Contexto Ciudadano, which promoted denominations of origin in Chile. Between 2005 and 2011 she was the Executive Director of the Hanga Roa Hotel, of Transoceanic Company, and member of the Executive Committee of the project "Transoceanic Building".

Óscar von Chrismar Carvajal

Óscar von Chrismar Carvajal
Director

A Civil Engineer from Universidad de Santiago, he is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Banco Santander. He is also a director of Banco Santander in Argentina, Peru and Colombia. Director of SSE since April 2012.

Sr. Enrique Marshall Rivera

Sr. Enrique Marshall Rivera
Director

Commercial Engineer from Universidad de Chile. Master and Ph.D. in Economics from University of Notre Dame, USA. Until last March, he was president of Banco del Estado, after previously serving as vice president. Board member of Central Bank of Chile between 2005 and 2015 and served as its vice president for two years at the end of his term. Previously, he held the position of CEO of Instituto Emisor and, between 2000 and 2005, he was Superintendent of Banks and Financial Institutions. He currently participates in the boards of several foundations and non-profit corporations, such as Fundación Chilena del Pacífico and the Institute of Banking Studies "Subercaseaux". From March 2018, he joined the Resolute Council of Parliamentary Assignments as former counselor of the Central Bank of Chile.

Sr. Jorge Antonio Quiroz Castro

Sr. Jorge Antonio Quiroz Castro
Director

Commercial Engineer from Universidad de Chile (1985) and Ph.D. in Economics from Duke University (1991). He began his career as an academic, as a professor at the graduate program ILADES-Georgetown University (1991-1993), visiting professor at Duke University, Department of Economics for the of Macroeconomics Lecture (1993), guest academic at the Distinguished program Scholars of the World Bank (1993), associate professor on a part-time basis of the Applied Economics Program of the Department of Industrial Engineering of Universidad de Chile (1994-1999) and guest professor to teach improvement courses at the Central Bank of Perú and Ecuador (1994-1997). In 2011, he was appointed by the President, Mr. Sebastián Piñera, as one of the 15 members of the Presidential Advisory Commission for Electricity Development, CADE. Since 2014, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of DATA UC, an entity dependent of the Mathematics Department of Universidad Católica de Chile. Since 2015, he is Director of the National Society of Agriculture.

GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

The Governance and Sustainability Committee is responsible for ensuring ongoing development of best practices in corporate governance and sustainability for the institution. To accomplish this, it evaluates the practices being used, makes recommendations to the Board and supervises implementation. It also analyzes and proposes to the Board changes to the “Code of Corporate Governance” and evaluates Santiago Exchange’s sustainability management efforts, recommending that the Board make changes to the institution's Sustainable Development Policy, when appropriate.

The members of this committee are:

Standing Members

  • Juan Andrés Camus Camus
  • Roberto Belchior Da Silva
  • Oscar Von Chrismar Carvajal
  • Jeannette von Wolfersdorff Schiess
  • BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY AND SERVICE QUALITY COMMITTEE

    The Business, Technology and Service Quality Committee is responsible for evaluating and proposing measures regarding Santiago Exchange’s operations, business development, use of technology and service quality. It also evaluates initiatives involving new businesses, markets and products (i.e. business plan, target market, financial evaluation) and monitors the use and availability of technology infrastructure. In addition, it is responsible for familiarizing itself with, evaluating and proposing changes to customer service models. Lastly, this committee must supervise compliance with the Strategic Plan and the institution's mission, vision and values.

    The members of this committee are:

    Standing Members

  • Roberto Belchior da Silva
  • Fernando Larraín Cruzat
  • Rodrigo Manubens Moltedo
  • Jorge Quiroz Castro
  • RISK AND REGULATORY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

    The Risk and Regulatory Development Committee is charged with issuing guidelines for comprehensively managing the main risks to which the institution is exposed. More specifically, it makes proposals to the Board on risk management policies, measurement mechanisms, limitations, controls and reporting of different risks that are relevant to the organization. It is also responsible for analyzing and proposing improvements to the institution's internal regulations and analyzing proposals and new regulations from regulatory authorities.

    The members of this committee are:

    Standing Members

  • Eduardo Muñoz Vivaldi
  • Antonio Castilla Fernández
  • Jeannette von Wolfersdorff Schiess
  • Jaime Larraín Vial
  • DIRECTORS' COMMITTEE

    The Directors’ Committee is responsible for performing the duties established in article 50 bis of Law 18,046 and those requested by the Board, which consist of safeguarding the institution's financial position and budget, supervising audit work (internal and broker audits) and overseeing market monitoring efforts.

    The members of this committee are:

    Standing Members

  • Enrique Marshall Rivera
  • Jorge Quiroz Castro
  • Oscar Von Chrismar Carvajal
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    Preguntas Frecuentes


    • What is the composition of the exchange’s Board of Directors?

      Santiago Exchange’s Board of Directors is currently composed of eleven members, which together elect a Chairman. The law specifically states that the board must be made up of at least five members, who may or may not be shareholders, and must hold elections annually, where members may be reelected. 

    • What information should I submit to apply for dual listing on Santiago Exchange, Venture?

      Companies listed on TSXV must send an application letter requesting the dual listing (see attached documents) and send it to the Santiago Exchange for registration. 

    • According to the law, what are the objectives of the exchange?

      According to article 38 of the Securities Market Law, stock exchanges are organizations that aim to provide their members with the necessary infrastructure to effectively carry out securities transactions through continuous public auction and to perform other intermediation services in accordance with the law. 

    • Which companies can access the Venture Market?

      Any issuer from TSXV can access the dual listing with Santiago Exchange, Venture. 

    • What is Santiago Exchange?

      Santiago Exchange is an exchange whose primary role is to provide buyers and sellers of securities a physical meeting place for them to trade through services provided by brokers. Santiago Exchange is a public company composed of 48 shares, and its operation is overseen by the Chilean Securities and Insurance Supervisor. 

    • What benefits does the Venture Market of Santiago Exchange offer venture capital companies?

      Santiago Exchange, Venture enables companies at an exploration stage to access a greater number of investors through its regional presence given by the participation of Santiago Exchange in MILA. In addition, Santiago Exchange, Venture has the support of the leading platform for financing mining companies at an exploration stage (TSXV), being a relevant factor for both companies and investors, to have the validation of such exchange. 

    • Where does Santiago Exchange operate?

      The exchange operates in a historical building in downtown Santiago, at the intersection of Bandera Street, the Union Club and Nueva York and La Bolsa streets. Its address is La Bolsa 64, Santiago. 

    • What are the benefits of listing the instruments in Chilean pesos?

      The values that are listed and traded in Chilean pesos on the Foreign Securities Market of Santiago Exchange will be cleared and settled in CCLV Central Counterparty, reducing counterparty risk of such operations. 

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