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The board of Bolivia-based Banco Fassil SA accepted a slew of manager resignations on Feb. 15, while appointing replacements to fill some of the positions.

The voluntary resignations that were accepted include: Olivia Letitia Dibos Kumar as manager of the bank's legal division; Julio Cesar Echeverría Cardona as operations manager; Cristian Paul Audivert Sandoval as finance manager; Miler Rojas Céspedes as compliance manager; and Alejandro Esteban Cogo Quezada as risk manager, among others.

The bank appointed Natalia Andrea Walzer Sarsotto as its new risk manager, Claudia María Gómez Cambera manager of the legal division, Fernando Rivero Aguilera operations manager and Kattia Naráez Copeticon compliance manager.

The new appointments are all effective Feb. 16, the bank said.

The resignation of Audivert Sandoval as finance manager comes just months after the executive's appointment to the position in September 2017.

In January 2018, the bank's board released Orlando Saucedo Vaca as deputy manager of retail banking.