Mexico City /
Scotiabank Mexico announced the departure Enrique Zorrilla Fullaondo in the general direction of the Canadian bank and headed by Adrián Otero Rosiles in the middle of next year.
"Zorrilla Fullaondo has led to a successful growth and change process in Scotiabank Mexico and has decided to leave the general direction of the bank as of 1 June 2019 to focus on institutional relations," he said.
In the statement, he explained that as part of the transition strategy, Otero Rosiles joins the bank on February 1st, by working closely with Enrique to carry out his new task.
"We are very grateful to Enrique, which has led to an extraordinary turn in Mexico, Scotiabank, which has very important strategic achievements," said Scotia Bank's CEO, Brian Porter.
He emphasized that Otero has extensive experience in eg. Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Private Banking and Automotive and Mortgage Companies; and the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Master of Science in Economics from the European School of Economics in the United Kingdom.
"We are delighted to continue with all his experience of his new role and welcome Adrian. We believe that utilizing Enrique's great heritage, this is key to taking Scotiabank México into the next level," said Porter.