Latin America | Financial services

CNBV (Mexico)

The Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (“CNBV”) is responsible for supervising and regulating financial institutions that make up the financial system in Mexico. The CNBV looks to ensure the stability and correct operation of the Mexican financial system as well as maintain and promote the healthy and balanced development of the system as a whole.

The CNBV provides guidance for how financial institutions can effectively manage outsourcing risk in  various frameworks. These frameworks provide specific guidance on: due diligence, monitoring the service, subcontracting, confidentiality and security of data, audit and access rights, business continuity and data portability.

Google Cloud’s contracts for financial institutions in Mexico address the requirements in the CNBV frameworks. We have also created mappings to the guidelines for both GCP and Google Workspace to assist you with understanding how we can support you with meeting the requirements and assess us as an outsourced service provider. Google Cloud is committed to addressing these requirements regardless of how financial institutions choose to use our services.


CNBV Compliance Offerings

Learn more about key laws, regulations, and guidelines prescribed by the CNBV.

Ley de Instituciones de Crédito

Learn more about the CNBV’s Credit Institutions Law or Ley de Instituciones de Crédito (“LIC”) and how Google can help support your CNBV compliance efforts.

Ley del Mercado de Valores

Learn more about the CNBV’s Securities Market Law or Ley del Mercado de Valores (“LMV”) and how Google can help support your CNBV compliance efforts.

Ley para Regular las Instituciones de Tecnología Financiera

Learn more about the CNBV’s Financial Technology Institutions Law or Ley para Regular las Instituciones de Tecnología Financiera (“Fintech Law”) and how Google can help support your CNBV compliance efforts.

ISO/IEC 27001

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ISO/IEC 27017

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ISO/IEC 27018

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