S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a weekly rundown of executive management, board and otherpersonnel moves at Latin American financial institutions. News items are listed byannouncement date in reverse chronological order.
* ING Americas named Andrea Puerto to be its country representative inColombia as the company looks to expand into the country with a newlyestablished unit to be called ING Capital Colombia. Puerto will be based inBogotá and will report to the CEO of ING Americas, Rudolf Molkenboer.
* ItaúUnibanco Holding SA said Iran Siqueira Lima, the long-servingpresident of the bank's fiscal council, died. José Caruso Cruz Henriques, who was recentlyelected to be an alternate member of the fiscal council, will now assume afull-time position until the bank's 2017 annual general meeting.
* IronshoreInc. named Adriana Nariño head of surety for the Latin American group. Narino, whowill be based in Miami, joins Ironshore from Swiss Re Ltd.'s Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd.
* Odyssey ReHoldings Corp. appointed Andrew Dickson chief underwriting officer fortreaty and Rogelio Diaz chief underwriting officer for facultative andagriculture for Latin America and the Caribbean. The appointments are effectiveimmediately.
* BancoSantander (Brasil) SA's board approved the of Alexandre Silva D'Ambrosioas an executive vice president. D'Ambrosio will also assume the vice presidencyof the company's corporate affairs and will also be part of its executive board.
* RSA SegurosChile SA and RSASeguros de Vida SA said that director Alejandro Nino , after which PresidentGonzalo Alberto Pérez Rojas was named to replace him.
* ScotiabankTrinidad & Tobago Ltd. appointed Tricia De La Rosa-Camacho asCFO for the CaribbeanSouth region.
* Gabriel Martino, who was forced to step down as presidentof HSBC Bank ArgentinaSA in September 2015, returned to the helm of the organizationafter being electedchairman of the board. Gonzalo Fernández Covaro, who had served as presidentduring Martino's absence, has now been elected vice president, while PaoloTorre Maia, who took on the role of vice president, remains a director on theboard. Separately, Antonio Losada resigned as a director of the bank due to"strictly personal reasons."
* BancoBICE's board accepted the resignation of director Eliodoro Matte Capdevila andnamed Rodrigo Donoso Munita to be his replacement.
* Chile's Liberty Compania de Seguros Generales SA elected anew board includingtwo new directors, Lara Sojka and Jeffrey Feintech. The new directors replaceRussel Carlson and former Vice Chairman Ramón González Álvarez.
* BancoPatagonia SA named Mauricio Machiori Ono as its new superintendentfor business, replacingJayme Pinto Junior, who has left due to personal reasons.