S&P Global Market Intelligence presents aweekly rundown of executive management, board and other personnel moves atLatin American financial institutions. News items are listed by announcementdate in reverse chronological order.
* FormerBTG Pactual Group CEOAndré Esteves will be reinstated at the company as a senior partner.However, the company noted that the structure of the holding company thatcontrols the bank since the arrest of Esteves in November 2015 will not change.
*Grupo Financiero Santander MexicoSAB de CV hired Didier Mena to serve as its CFO.
*Shareholders of Grupo FinancieroBanorte SAB de CV approved a board composed of 15 members and 15alternates The slate of elected directors included Olga Sánchez Cordero, aformer minister of Mexico's Supreme Court of Justice, and Thomas HeatherRodríguez.
*Aspen Insurance HoldingsLtd.'s Aspen Re appointed Hugo Cardona managing director for LatinAmerica and the Caribbean. Cardona will join the firm on May 2.
*Shareholders of Banco MacroSA approved the reorganization of the bank's board, to be composed of 13regular directors and three alternate directors. Delfín Jorge Ezequiel Carballowas appointed as vice chairman, along with several new director appointments,which are subject to the approval of the central bank.
*Shareholders of Banco de ValoresSA elected Juan Nápoli to replace Luis Maria Corsiglia asthe bank's new chairman. In addition, Licenciado Héctor Norberto FernándezSaavedra resigned from his director position at the bank.
*Bancolombia SA saidits board designatedMauricio Botero Wolff as vice president of corporate procedures. Additionally,Jaime Alberto Villegas was named vice president of innovation and digital transformationand Jorge Ivan Otalvaro was named vice president of customer services.
* PabloGutierrez, a director at GrupoFinanciero Galicia SA's unit Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires SA, submitted hisresignation,effective April 26.
*Shareholders of Banco GNB PerúSA have appointed Chairman Jaime Gilinski's sons, BenjaminWalter Gilinski and Gabriel Gilinski, as directors on the board. Banco GNB Perúalso said that it has appointed María Del Pilar Martínez Rubio to replace LuzMarina Gutarra Cerrato as its general accountant from May 1.