Victoria Rodriguez Ceja could become the first woman to lead Banco de México (Banxico), after President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that he will propose her to the Senate to occupy the position that Alejandro Díaz de León Carrillo will leave in December, who assumed the position after the departure of Agustín Carstens.
“She has been acting very well, with an exemplary performance, she is in charge of managing public investments and she has acted with great responsibility to spend to spend. It is due to her that we have financial stability, that we have not resorted to additional debt, she is a very good public servant. For the first time, a woman will be heading the Bank of Mexico, ”the President highlighted when confirming that Arturo Herrera would no longer be proposed.
Assured that Rodríguez Ceja meets the requirements to head Banxico, so there will be no problem with your appointment. “Yes, she complies, she is a woman of absolute confidence, serious, responsible, she has our full support,” he said.
Who is Victoria Rodríguez Ceja?
Victoria Rodríguez Ceja currently works as Undersecretary of Expenditures of the Ministry of Finance. He has a degree in Economics from the Monterrey Technological Institute of Higher Studies (ITESM) and has a Master’s in Economics from the Colegio de México (Colmex).
He has developed professionally in the area of public finance and his participation in budgetary, financial and debt matters stands out.
In public administration has held various positions, among them:
- Undersecretary of Expenditures, position she currently occupies.
- Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury
- General Director of Budget Policy
- General Director of Expenditures
- Director of Debt in the Secretariat of Finance of the government of Mexico City
- Director of Finance in the Metro Collective Transport System (STC)
In September delivered the Expenditure Budget project to the Senate, with which she became the first woman to carry out this task. On November 4, he accompanied President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in his morning conference to explain the formula for the distribution of resources to the states.