S&P Global Market Intelligencepresents a weekly rundown of executive management, board and other personnel movesat Latin American financial institutions. News items are listed by announcementdate in reverse chronological order.
* Paulina Alejandra Del Moral Vela stepped down as general director at Banco del Ahorro Nacional y Servicios Financieros SNC inorder to take on a state government post.
* The board of BancoFinansur SA tappedFederico Moreton to be the head of its money laundering prevention operations.
* Banco de la Naciónsaid it appointed LuisFernando Gonzalez Prada Saponara to be a director.
* Fondo MIVIVIENDASA namedCarmen Cecilia Lecaros Vertiz and Juan Manuel De Cardenas Salazar to be directorson its board.
* Republic FinancialHoldings Ltd. appointedRobert Riley to the board of directors, effective Oct. 1.
* Torry Berntsen joinedStandard Chartered Bankin New York as chief executive and head of corporate and institutional banking forthe Americas region.
* Mexico's treasury and public credit minister Emilio Suárez Licona as head ofthe ministry's development banking unit. He replaces Bernardo González Rosas, whowill take over as head of the banking, securities and savings.
* Banco HipotecarioSA said that CFO Hernán Finkelstein left the bank by "mutual agreement."
* Brazilian investment banker Samuel Oliveira has from his position atBanco Indusval SA.Oliveira, who had been a partner at the mid-sized lender and advisory firm BI&Psince 2013, plans to launch a new M&A advisory firm.
* The board of Spanish insurer MAPFRE SA appointedMiguel Barcia Gozalbo to be the new CEO of MAPFRE Chile, replacing Rodrigo CamperoPeters who will retire at the end of 2016.
* The board of BanchileCompañía de Seguros de Vida SA appointeddirector Gonzalo Menéndez Duque to serve as its new vice chairman. Menéndez Duquereplaces Jorge Ergas Heymann in the vice chairman role.