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.
* Banco de Guatemala tapped Luis Rolando Lara Grojec, Luis Fernando Samayoa Delgado, Jorge Eduardo Briz Abularach and Mariano Rubén Ventura Zamora as members of its monetary policy board, Prensa Libre reported.
* EuroAmerica Seguros de Vida SA General Manager Claudio Asecio Fulgeri resigned.
* Former Mexican finance ministry official Óscar Vela Treviño was appointed deputy director for planning and finance at Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores, El Economista reported.
* Banco de Inversión y Comercio Exterior SA said General Manager Fernando Latorre left his position. It added that José Luis Morea would resign as a director and subsequently replace Latorre as general manager.
* FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd. appointed Craig Gomez as an independent board director, replacing Diane Stewart.
* Lucianna Lorenzo was appointed head of debt capital markets for Brazil at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
* Francisco Basílio will become Banco do Brasil SA's vice president of agribusiness, Valor Econômico reported, citing the bank's incoming president, Rubem Novaes. Novaes also said economist Carlos Hamilton will be one of several vice presidential appointees at the state-run bank.
* João Manoel Pinho de Mello was named to replace Sidnei Corrêa Marques on the board of Banco Central do Brasil, Folha de S.Paulo reported. Bruno Serra Fernandes was also named to replace Reinaldo Le Grazie on the central bank's board.
* Argentina's government named Guillermo Goldberg, Javier Okseniuk and Marcelo Pose as new directors at state-run Banco de la Nación Argentina, Clarín reported.
* José Antonio García Belaunde was appointed as Banco De Desarrollo De América Latina's new representative in Europe, replacing Guillermo Fernández Soto, EFE reported.
* GM Financial Colombia SA said Rafael Amorós resigned as a board director.