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Santander Brasil replaces corporate affairs exec

Banco Santander (Brasil) SA said that Alexandre Silva D'Ambrosio, its vice president of corporate affairs, resigned from his post.

The Brazilian bank tapped Alessandro Tomao to replace Silva D'Ambrosio in the position, according to a Feb. 26 statement. Tomao was also elected to take over Silva D'Ambrosio's position on the company's board of executive officers for a term lasting through the company's 2019 annual shareholders meeting.

Separately, the bank said that its board approved the departure of Maria Eugênia Andrade Lopez Santos as an executive officer.