Financial Stability Board

Alejandro Díaz de León

Co-Chair RCG for the Americas

Governor, Bank of Mexico

Alejandro Díaz de León is an economist, he began his career at Banco de México in 1991, where he held different positions, including Macroeconomic Analysis director, and Economic Studies director.

In October 2007 he was appointed general director of the National Pension Fund of State Workers, then he was appointed the head of the Debt Management Office at Mexico’s Ministry of Finance from January 2011 to November 2015, where he was in charge of the government’s internal and external financing and the oil hedging strategy.

He was later appointed general director of Mexico’s Export-Import Bank (BANCOMEXT).

After being nominated by Mexico’s President and confirmed by the Senate, in January 1st 2017 he became part of Banco de México’s governing board as deputy governor.

He was appointed by Mexico’s President to serve as governor of Banco de México from December 1, 2017 to December 31, 2021.