Vicente Corta dies, former director of the Consar

Vicente Corta dies, former director of the Consar

Who was Vicente Corta? He was born in 1964 and studied Law at the Universidad Iberoamericana to later do a master’s degree at Warwick University, in 2006 he was recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and in 2001 he became the head of Consar, after serving as Secretary Executive of the IPAB and General Director of Banking and Savings at the SHCP.

In addition to being in public office, Corta was specialized in banking regulation and supported the construction of various financial strategies, such as authorization for the Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA), in addition to being a member or board member of banking institutions such as Principal México. or HSBC.

Promoter of the IPO of firms such as Mi Banco Autofin México, Banco Wal-Mart, Banco Amigo, CIBanco, Bancrea, Banco Fácil, Principal Grupo Financiero, Afore Coppel and Scotia Afore, Corta was also hired by the World Bank to help India in its pension system.

After his death was announced, the Consar, and several businessmen, gave their condolences on networks. For example, Consar thanked her for her tenacity and dedication to her country:

While personalities such as Mariza Ariza, director of BIVA, or the deputy governor of the Bank of Mexico, Vanessa Rubio Márquez, expressed their admiration and offered their condolences to their families.

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