Press Bulletin Nro.40

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Solidary Sector Atlantic Coast
SITUATION AND NATIONAL PARTICIPATION

Barranquilla, July 17, 2013

The Superintendent of the Solidary Economy, Olga Lucía Londoño Herrera, installed the Decentralized Session of Supervision for the Atlantic coast this Wednesday July 17 in Barranquilla.

"Our management is oriented to generate increased confidence through the supervision. That partners and cooperative leadership see the Superintendence as a public entity that protects them, which looks after the interests of the partners and the community, and that tends to the strengthening of the sector as alternative of social and economic development of Colombia.” said the Superintendent Londoño Herrera.

The Superintendence of the Solidary Economy is evolving from a model of compliance monitoring rules, to one of risk management. Equally, it is working on regulations that relating to reporting apply the sector supervised under the international standards of financial reporting and assurance of the information.

Main indicators of the Atlantic coast

Based on figures from financial information reported to December 2012 from the solidarity organizations supervised by the Superintendence of the Solidary Economy, the solidary sector of the Caribbean Region is composed by 418 organizations, i.e. 8% of the national total. These companies associated to 212.755 people and generate 8.117 jobs. The Atlantic is the Department that concentrates the largest number of entities with 218, followed by Bolivar with 64, Cesar with 56, Cordoba 29, Magdalena 35 and La Guajira with 16.

Of these companies, 319 are cooperatives, 92 are funds of employees, 6 are mutual associations. As well as the average of national solidary sector, on the Atlantic coast records a growth greater than the national economy. Altogether, the companies in the northern region have assets exceeding 1 billion pesos, a heritage top to the $683.984 million, deposits of $150.840 million and income of $713.201 million.

The portfolio of the Atlantic coast solidarity organizations whose offering credit to his associates exceeds the 714.766 million of pesos, i.e., 5.40% of the total of portfolio in the sector across the country.

OLIDARY SECTOR ACCOUNTS OF THE ATLANTIC COAST

 
AÑO
ENTIDADES
ASOCIADOS
EMPLEADOS
ACTIVOS
PASIVOS
PATRIMONIO
2012 418 212.755 8.117 $1.265.407.781.131,10 $581.423.084.261,07 $683.984.696.870,43
 
ACEDENTES
CARTERA
CXC
DEPÓSITOS
FONDOS RESERVAS
GASTOS
INGRESOS
$32.587.187.198,47 $714.766.363.515,80 $153.896.326.916,70 $150.840.350.294,69 $    85.468.585.502,46 $713.201.899.395,78 $713.201.899.397,33

MORE INFORMATION TO MEDIA
MÓNICA MÉDINA - SENIA DIAZ SALAZAR
PBX (1) 4895009  10280 and 10108 Extensions
Carrera 7 No. 31-10 floor 15.
comunicaciones@supersolidaria.gov.co
www.supersolidaria.gov.co. Bogotá D.C.