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Moves through Jan. 24

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly rundown of executive management, board and other personnel moves at Latin American financial institutions. News items are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.

Jan. 24

* Credicorp Ltd. Chairman and CEO Dionisio Romero Paoletti resigned from his director position at Chile's Banco de Credito e Inversiones SA. Bci's board tapped Hernán Orellana Hurtado to replace Paoletti.

Jan. 23

* Rodrigo Montemor stepped down from his director position at Banco Pine SA. Montemor had served as a director for corporate banking at the lender, according to Reuters.

Jan. 22

* Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro named Ricardo Sanguino, an economist and political ally, to replace Nelson Merentes as the head of Banco Central De Venezuela.

Jan. 20

* Banco Hipotecario de la Vivienda appointed Larry Alvarado Ajún to serve as its new deputy manager for operations.

Jan. 18

* Mibanco Banco de la Microempresa SA reorganized its management structure with the creation of a new transformation and internationalization division to be headed by Humberto Javier Ichazo Bardales.

* Chile's Senate confirmed the appointment of economist Rosanna Costa as a director of Banco Central de Chile, replacing Rodrigo Vergara.

* Banco de Inversión y Comercio Exterior SA said its deputy general manager, Patricio Harte, stepped down from his post.

* Banestes SA - Banco do Estado do Espírito Santo's recently appointed CEO, Michel Neves Sarkis, was also selected to serve on the bank's board. Sarkis will replace outgoing CEO Guilherme Gomes Dias.

* Argentine President Mauricio Macri appointed former central bank president Javier González Fraga to serve as the new head of state-owned Banco de la Nación Argentina, replacing Carlos Melconian.

* Zurich Brasil Seguros SA tapped Glaucia Asvolinsque Smithson to head its middle market business, a new division formed by the merger of the company's corporate and commercial insurance segments.