Mexico City /
Scotiabank Mexico announced a departure Enrique Zorrilla Fullaondo in the general direction of a Canadian Bank run by Adrián Otero Rosiles in the middle of the following year.
"Zorrilla Fullaondo managed a successful rate of growth and conversion of Scotiabank Mexico, he decided to leave the general direction of the bank from June 1, 2019 to focus on institutional relations," he said.
In the statement, he explained that as part of the transition strategy, Otero Rosiles will join the bank on February 1st, works closely with Enrique to take on his new position.
"Enrique, who led an exceptional cycle for Scotiabank in Mexico, is extremely grateful with extremely important strategic achievements," said Brian Porter, Scotiabank Executive Director.
He emphasized that Otero has extensive experience in areas such as corporate banking, investment banking, private banking and finance companies for automotive and mortgage activities; and graduated from Finance from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and a Master of Economics at the European School of Economics in the United Kingdom.
"We look forward to counting all his experiences from the new role and we welcome Adriana. We are confident that, taking advantage of Enrique's great legacy, this will be a key element in taking Scotiabank México to the next level," Porter concluded.