Changing Places LatAm: Alberto Mulas, Daniel Isart, Blanca Aquino…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

Junji Sumitani  -  Jacqueline Lam- CNBC ::: Alex Rahe - Skyscanner ::: Blanca Aquino - CA Technologies ::: Alberto Mulas - Itaú Mexico ::: Daniel Isart - Kimberly Clark:::

CNBC has announced several appointments to its international team. Junji Sumitani has been promoted to the new position of vice president of international business development. Jacqueline Lam has been promoted to the new position of vice president of international distribution.

Skyscanner, international travel search company, has appointed Alex Rahe as General Manager for the Americas. Alex will manage Skyscanner´s expansion into the North and South American markets, as well as drive the company´s strategy and development in the region. Based in the new Miami office, Alex will report to Frank Skivington, Skyscanner's Chief Commercial Officer.

Kimberly Clark has named Daniel Isart as new General Director for Spain and Portugal.He has previously worked for L’Oréal, Unilever and Grupo Campari.

Blanca Aquino is the new Account Manager for Central America, The Caribbean and Venezuela of CA Technologies. She will be in charge of expanding CA Technologies products in Latin America.

Banco Itau BBA SA has appointed Alberto Mulas, Mexico’s first national housing commissioner, to lead the firm’s corporate and investment-banking expansion in the country.The executive will be chief executive officer for Mexico, where the Sao Paulo-based company plans to open a broker-dealer, Jean Marc Etlin, CEO of Itau BBA’s investment-banking division, said in an interview according to Bloomberg.


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