Press Bulletin Nro.36

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Session of Decentralized Supervision to the Valle del Cauca
Cali answered the call of the Superintendence

InSession of Decentralized Supervisionthat was held in Cali from 3 to 5 July, attended academic and inspection meetings more than 500 representatives of the solidary sector.

Cali, 3 July 2013

With a message of confidence, ensuring that the national Government has clear the north and the objective of the solidary sector, the Adviser to the Office of the Superintendent of the Economy Solidarity, Carolina Piedrahita, installed the session of decentralized monitoring this Wednesday 3rd of July in Cali for the Department of Valle del Cauca.

The Institutional session of Decentralized Monitoring in Cali included several fronts of activities: an academic and instructional agenda where topics treated on International Standards of Financial Reporting, Risk Management Systems for Credit, And Good Governance.

In the academic session also showed the experiences of cooperatives Cooprocenva and Coofincafe in terms of the application of the System of Risk Management of Credit and International Standards of Financial Reporting and Assurance of Information.

On the other hand, the Superintendence supervisors met with representatives of cooperatives, funds of employees and mutual associations, convened to made follow up of its management.

In addition, during the three days of the Session, it was on service a module of care queries, requests, complaints and claims, and a technical support center for the report of financial statements of the entities that had doubts about your shipment or had not done so in a timely manner.

SITUATION OF THE SOLIDARY SECTOR OF THE VALLE DEL CAUCA
Based on figures reported to date by the solidary organizations under the supervision of the Superintendence of the Solidarity Economy, the solidary sector of the Valle del Cauca records 291 organizations. Altogether, these companies registered assets by $ $3.722.873 million, the portfolio sum $1.090.671 million, the heritage exceeds the $1.310.443 million and revenues $802.325 million.

In the Department of the Valle del Cauca, the Superintendence of the Solidarity Economy monitors at 291 organizations, associated to 568.548 people and generates 9.314 jobs.


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