Press Bulletin Nro.23


25 and 26 April, Supersolidaria in Neiva

Bogotá D.C. April 18, 2013

25 to April 26, Neiva will host of the Fifth Institutional Session of Decentralized Supervision with integral character to the Department of Huila.

Executives and officials of the Superintendence, charged of supervise to the cooperatives, employee’s funds and mutual, will develop an extensive program of inspection, instruction, care consultation and receipt of financial information to the supervised entities of the region.

"With Decentralized Supervision sessions we want ensure a better performance to the organizations, update their members on the new accounting and financial standards and open a new space for interaction with the solidary sector in the region," said the Superintendent of the Solidary Economy, Enrique Valencia Montoya.

The institutional session of decentralized monitoring will have four fronts of activities. One of them is an academic event open to the public which includes conferences on international standards of financial reporting, credit risk management system and the presentation of the Guide to Good Governance. Will be held in the Auditorium of the Banco de la República, located in Carrera 5 No. 5-67.


Additionally there will be a meeting with representatives of the solidarity organizations, between cooperatives and funds of employees in the region, directly convened by the Superintendence to analyses the specific situation of each organization and to formulate plans to improve that will ensure a better business management.

Likewise, during the two days, the Superintendent will make in service a module of care queries, requests, complaints and claims, and a center of technical support and receipt of reports of financial statements for entities that have doubts about your shipment or have not done so in a timely manner. These sessions will be held at the headquarters of the University Cooperativa de Colombia.

This meeting with the solidary sector of Huila will count with the presence of the Superintendent, Enrique Valencia Montoya; the Superintendent delegate of the financial activity, Edgar Eduardo Pinto; the Superintendent for the Supervision of the associative form of cooperatives, Juan Alberto Cortés and five officials of the Superintendence.

The academic event will also include assistance of the director of the special administrative unit of solidary organizations, Luis Eduardo Otero Coronado.

The detail of the programming is available on the website


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