FIMBank plc announced the retirement of its Chief Investment Officer, Julio Bonifacino.

The bank expressed its appreciation and gratitude towards Mr Bonifacino “for his dedication and service”.

He first joined FIMBank in July 2020, and was appointed to the position of Chief Investment Officer in September 2021, following regulatory approval.

Mr Bonifacino had started his career in banking at Citibank in Montevideo, moving later to Mexico, Panama and London, occupying positions as Treasurer, Investment Management Head and Consumer Country Business Head, among others.

Mr Bonifacino joined Burgan Bank in Kuwait in 2013, where he occupied the positions of Deputy of the International Operations Office holding the role of monitoring the banking subsidiaries of the Burgan Bank Group, and Head of Subsidiaries Banking Unit where he was responsible for the funding and capital needs of those subsidiaries as well as strategic associates of the same Group.

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