Medina taps new State-owned bank chief
Santo Domingo.- President Danilo Medina named Enrique Ramirez Paniagua as head of the State-owned Reservas bank, replacing Vicente Bengoa, who in turn was designated “Honorary Financial Advisor to the Executive.”
The designation forms part of the latest round of changes in Medina’s cabinet, and Ramirez’s is likely political given Bengoa’s close political collaboration with former president Leonel Fernandez, through the campaign organization “MAS,” headed by the former head of the Reservas.
And although Ramírez counts on several of experience years at the Banco Popular bank, he worked for the external sector of Medina’s candidacy during the run for the Palace.
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