After the resignation from the Sura board of directors of Jorge Mario Velásquez, president of Grupo Argos, and Alejandro Piedrahita Borrero, vice president of corporate finance of the same group, JGDB Holding and Argos unveiled the new tokens to be submitted for review during the extraordinary meeting of the general meeting of shareholders which will take place on Wednesday 22 June.
Here are the profiles of the candidates presented by Grupo Argos
As members of the capital:
Luis Javier Zuluaga Palace
Corporate Administrator of EAFIT University. He has completed studies in Finance and Administration, such as the CEO Management Program at Kellogg School of Management (2018), Global Summit San Francisco at Singularity University (2017), VMP for CEO’s Madrid at Institute of Empresa (2012). In addition, he participated in the boards of directors of different companies, including Grupo Nutresa SA as an alternate member between 2004 and 2015, where he also participated in the Finance, Audit and Risk, corporate governance and appointments and compensation. He was a senior board member of Andi Regional Antioquia between 2016 and 2019.
Pablo Londono Mejia
Business administrator with a major in finance and economics from Babson College, Boston, USA. He has attended management courses including the Executive Management and Leadership Program and the CEO Management Program at the Kellogg School of Management. From 1997 to 2000, he was part of the Latin America business analyst team at Manhattan Bank (New York), supporting its area of mergers and acquisitions,
union members and financial analysis of certain industries in the region. He was a board member of Factoring Bancolombia (2007-2011); member of the Board of Directors of the Caja de Compensación Familiar de Antioquia Comfama (2014-2018); Off Corss (2008-2022) and Social Commerce Promoter from 2005 to present. Since 2000, he has been linked to the Colombian trading company Corbeta Distribuciones, where he currently works as company director and senior member of the board of directors.
Luis Felipe Hoyos Vieira
Masters in Business Administration from Louisiana State University, USA. Civil Engineer from the Antioquia School of Engineering. He served as vice president of finance and planning for Fabricato; managing director of the commercial finance company Comercia SA; Corporate Vice President of Corporate Banking Services of Banco Santander SA; and Managing Director of Banco Comercial Antioqueño in Panama.
Guillermo Alberto Lema Jaramillo
Electronic Engineer from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellín. He has a major in aeronautical engineering from the same university. He has completed different foreign language studies, including “Chinese Bridge” group exchange program Dalian University of Foreign Languages, Center for Language Education and Cooperation. Likewise, he obtained the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification from the National University of Medellín.
As independent members:
Sebastien Orejuela Martinez
Production engineer from Eafit University and Master of Science from Boston University. He was a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch from 2000 to 2016. He has been a member of the board of directors of Prebel SA for more than 15 years and is currently chairman of said governing body. It also provides financial advisory services to Colombian and foreign companies.
Luis Santiago Cuartas Tamayo
Lawyer from the Universidad Pontifica Bolivariana, specialist in taxation and business matters. He has over 35 years of professional experience in the practice of law and is a founding partner of Jurídicos Cuartas & Cuartas SAS, a law firm focused on providing professional services in legal matters, particularly in corporate litigation. , corporate and commercial. . He is a member of Andi’s committee of tax experts and a member of the board of directors of the Center for Tax Studies – CETA (currently chairman).
Lina Maria Echeverri Perez
Electronic Engineer from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. He earned a master’s degree and a doctorate (Ph.D) in economics from the University of Georgia, USA. He served as Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications at Carbones del Cerrejón; Director of Public Affairs for Latin America, Director of the Foundation, Vice President of Institutional Relations and Vice President of Regulatory Affairs of the Telefónica SA Organization; director of strategy at Teledatos SA; managing director of EPM Television; Regional Vice President of Corporación Financiera del Valle and Deputy Director of Prospección SA
Here are the profiles of the candidates presented by JGDB Holding
As owner members
Gabriel Gilinski Kardonski
BA, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. He was a director of JGB Financial Holdco Inc, Miami, FL. ; Director of GNB Sudameris Financial Corporation; director of Banco GNB Sudameris SA Colombia; director of Banco GNB Paraguay, director of Banco GNB Peru; director of JGB Bank; Executive Vice President JGB Bank; financial consultant The Boston Consulting Group (Santiago, Chile). He currently sits on the boards of directors of Proyectos Semana SA, Publicaciones Semana SA; JGB Financial Holdco Inc, Miami, Florida; GNB Sudameris Financial Corporation; Banco GNB Sudameris SA, Colombia; GNB Bank Paraguay; GNB Bank Peru; and JGB Bank.
Angela Maria Tafour
Lawyer specializing in socio-economics from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá DC, Colombia. He holds a master’s degree in comparative international law from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA. He served as President and CEO of Give To Colombia, Inc.; founding partner
from Tafur, Domínguez and Arana; Vice President of Legal Affairs Bancol y Cía; legal adviser to the Superintendency of Securities (now the Financial Superintendency of Colombia); legal counsel to Valley Financial Corporation; Lawyer of the Legal Department of the Banking Superintendency (today the Financial Superintendence of Colombia); adviser Banco de Colombia SA; Research Assistant Esguerra, Barrera and Gamba; Posse y Cía Research Assistant. He participated in the boards of directors of Banco GNB Sudameris, Panama (2005 – May 27, 2022), Give To Colombia (2003 – present), Banco de Colombia SA (1989 – 1997), Litoformas de Colombia (1989 – 1996), Real Estate Bancol (1989 – 1996) and G2C UK (June 2022 – present).
Ricardo Diaz Romero
Chartered accountant from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University and specialist in tax administration and audit from the same university. He has studies in International Financial Reporting Standards. He was director and legal representative of PBZ Ltda./Inversiones; IJG SAS, was
Controller at Administradora del Progreso Ltda and Bancol y Cía S. en C.; Financial Management Assistant at Bon Bril SA; manager Volta SA – Electrical Industry; financial advisor Inelmo SA; Head of the Accounting Department of Serviaseo SA Participates in the Boards of Directors of Proyectos Semana SA (2019 – present), Publicaciones Semana SA (2019 – present), Corporación Financiera GNB Sudameris (2018 – present), Banco GNB Sudameris SA, Colombia (2004 – present), Fidusudameris (2004 – 2007), Inmobiliaria Bancol (1997 – 1998), Andileasing SA (1994 – 1995).
Jaime Gilinski Bacal
Master in Business Administration – MBA Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Georgia Tech University Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He was a director of JGB Financial Holdco Inc, Miami, FL. ; Director of London & Regional Panama SA; director of GNB Sudameris Financial Corporation; director of Banco GNB Sudameris SA, Colombia; director of Banco GNB Paraguay; director of Banco GNB Peru; Director Banco de Colombia SA; Director of Banco Andino; Executive Vice President Gilinski Industrial Organization; Partner in Corporate Finance Morgan Stanley & Co. Serves on the Board of Directors of JGB Financial Holdco Inc, Miami, FL (October 2013 to present); London & Regional Panama SA (September 2007 to present); GNB Sudameris Financial Corporation (September 2018 – January 2022); Banco GNB Sudameris SA, Colombia (January 2010 – January 2022); Banco GNB Paraguay (November 2013 – present); Banco GNB Peru (October 2013 to present); Banco de Colombia SA (March 1994 – December 1997); Banco Andino (August 1991 – February 1994).
As independent members
Jose Luis Suarez Parra
Lawyer from the Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia and Master of Laws from Harvard University, United States. He is a specialist in financial legislation Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá DC, Colombia. He was a partner and director of Gómez-Pinzón Abogados; foreign lawyer Slaughter & May and Associate Arenas, Gómez & Asociados. He sits on the boards of Sociedad Unidades Residenciales Modernas, Gómez-Pinzón Abogados and Fundación Neumológica Colombiana.
Business Administrator with a BSBA Georgetown University Georgetown, Washington DC, USA. He participated in the Advanced Management Program Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He was founding partner and executive director of Panamcap Advisors LLC, New York; CEO of Panamerican Capital Partners LLC, New York; President Ingenio San Carlos, Cali, Colombia; manager Corredores Asociados SA, Cali, Colombia; international deputy director Banco de Bogotá, Cali, Colombia; Account Executive for Financial Institutions, Colombia, Panama and Corporate Clients Banco de Bogotá Trust Company, New York; Deputy General Manager Banco de Bogotá New York Agency. Participates in the boards of directors of the Latin American Council of Georgetown University, the American Colombian Association, Ingenio Providencia, Ingenio San Carlos, Ingenio Risaralda, Ciamsa and Melendez SA
Lawyer from the University of Rosario. He has participated in different administration and law courses, such as the management program at Yale University and the joint program on international commercial contracts at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. He is part of the law firm Gomez Pinzón, where he works in the area of banking and capital markets. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the VIA 40 road concession and of Grupo Nutresa. He was also a board member of Parque Arauco Colombia (2018-2019), Congelagro and McCain Foods SA
Remember that, if the trend of votes continues during the general assembly on Wednesday, at the Suramericana theater, Grupo Argos would have 4 seats and JGDB Holding 3.
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