Increases the jurisdictional role of the Financial Superintendent

Institutional Performance Index rose to 99.7 points in 2021

The Financial Superintendence of Colombia (SFC) obtained a score of 99.7 points out of 100 in the Institutional Performance Index (IDI) 2021, surpassing the 99.5 points obtained in 2020.

In this way, the entity consolidates itself on the podium of this measurement carried out every year by the Administrative Department of the Civil Service based on the Single Management Progress Report Form (Furag).

(See: Will Colombia regain investment grade soon? This says Fitch).

With the qualification obtained for 2021, a measurement in which a total of 146 public entities participated, the SFC is consolidated as one of the leaders of the Executive Branch of the national order.

This score is also a reflection of the permanent commitment of the public servants who work in the SFC to position the entity in the top positions in the adoption of the policies established by the National Government.

Although we are in a higher range, it is not our limit and we maintain our commitment to the rigorous implementation of all the elements that are part of the Integrated Planning and Management Model (MIPG) as it is an instrument of articulation that allows all public entities to operate effectively and efficiently for the benefit of the general public”, said the Financial Superintendent, Jorge Castaño Gutiérrez.

(See: GDP grew 8.5% in the first quarter of 2022).

The work carried out in the Entity to strengthen the policies of Transparency, Access to information and Fight Against Corruption is also well as the dimensions of human talent, direction and planning, management for results, information and communication, knowledge management and internal control were obtained, in which the SFC obtained outstanding qualifications in 2021.


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