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Banco Nacional de Costa Rica names 2 deputy general managers

Banco Nacional de Costa Rica has appointed two deputy general managers, each with a six-year term, the bank said in a filing.

The bank named Allan Calderón Moya as deputy general manager of risk and credit and Rosaysella Ulloa Villalobos as deputy general manager of development and people. Their terms began on March 18.

Prior to their new positions, Calderón held roles including credit and market risk analyst, credit and market risk director and general director of risks. Meanwhile, Ulloa served as commercial director and regional director.