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Banco Popular in Dominican Republic rejigs leadership posts

On the heels of the appointment of Manuel Jiménez as the new CEO of Grupo Popular SA, subsidiary Banco Popular Dominicano SA - Banco Múltiple enacted multiple senior-level changes across its leadership team.

With the changes, René Grullón Finet will be senior vice president for the bank's national and international businesses. Previously, he was senior executive vice president for risk, compliance, security and human management.

Antonia Antón de Hernández, meanwhile, will serve as senior executive vice president of human management, cultural transformation, credit administration and compliance. Previously, she was the executive vice president for human management, cultural transformation and systems and processes.

Juan Lehoux Amell replaced Ignacio Guerra as senior executive vice president for technology and operations. In turn, Luis Espínola is replacing Lehoux as executive vice president of business and investment affairs.

Moreover, the bank created an executive vice president role for comprehensive risk management, and another for finance and controllership. Felipe Suárez and Lissette de Jesús were appointed to the two positions, respectively.

Francisco Ramírez became the executive vice president of personal business and branches. Ramírez replaces Arturo Grullón Finet, who is now the executive vice president of human management, transformation, culture, and systems and processes.

Finally, Giselle Moreno was named vice president of customer systems development, replacing Giovanni De Smet.