Ms. Morfin´s working experience focuses on financial regulatory matters, banking and securities with a special emphasis on preventive systems of transactions with illicit proceeds and financing of terrorism.
General Director of Prevention of Transactions with Illicit Proceeds for the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), as General Director, Ms. Morfín was in charge of the anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) supervision and regulation of different financial entities within its competence. She has over 10 years of experience in the Mexican Financial System, as she previously worked in several public charges such as Deputy Manager of Development of Preventive Systems of Illegal Transactions and Deputy Manager of Illegal Sanctions to the Brokerage sector in the CNBV; Administrator of National Planning and Tax Administrator of Technical Analysis for the Tax Administration Service (SAT); Director of Financial Affairs and Counsel of the Fiscal Attorney of the Federation (PFF). Additionally, she served as Coordinator of the Legal Advisers Council of the Federal Executive and was Head of the Policy, Regulatory and Exam Management Unit for Mexico and LATAM in the AML/FT area for Citigroup and Banco Nacional de México.
Bachelor degree in Law (2001), Escuela Libre de Derecho, Mexico.
Master’s degree in Law, Economics and Public Policy (2002), Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset, Spain.
Master’s degree in Legal Sciences with honors (2011), Universidad Panamericana Mexico.
Ph.D. in Law (2013), Universidad Panamericana, Mexico.