Executive directors and alternate executive directors

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Executive Directors and Alternate Executive Directors

The Board of Executive Directors is responsible for the conduct of the operations of the Bank and for this purpose may exercise all the powers delegated by the Board of Governors.

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Chair Executive Director Alternate Executive Director Counselors Votes Voting Power(%)
Argentina and Haiti Guillermo Alberto Francos
(Argentina)
Jorge Eduardo Srur
Argentina
  • Alfred Fils Metellus (Haiti)
  • Nicolas Camauer (Argentina)
  • Nicolas Renato Sebastian Raigorodsky (Argentina)
1,674,226 11.81%
Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, Spain and Sweden Emmi Maria Oikari
Finland
  • Alberto Nadal (Spain)
  • Harald Tollan (Norway)
  • Martin Love Hessel (Sweden)
687,703 4.851%
Bahamas, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago R. Brian Langrin
(Jamaica)
Terry Ann Atkins-Huggins
Trinidad and Tobago
  • Leron Harold Neely (Bahamas)
  • Sarah Anne Yearwood (Barbados)
  • Sheranne Ayana Isaacs (Guyana)
  • Stefan Antoine Richards (Jamaica)
215,269 1.518%
Belgium, China, Germany, Israel, Italy, The Netherlands and Switzerland Christiane Elisabeth Bogemann-Hagedorn
(Germany)
Adolfo Di Carluccio
Italy
  • Bjorn Olaf Kuil (Netherlands)
  • Matan Yaakov Lev-Ari (Bilig) (Israel)
  • Mattia Stefano Celio (Switzerland)
  • Michael Anthony C. Boseret (Belgium)
712,259 5.024%
Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua Francisco José Mayorga Balladares
(Nicaragua)
Edna Gabriela Camacho
Costa Rica
  • Diego Aycinena Abascal (Guatemala)
  • Dina Lizeth Caballero Guillen (Honduras)
  • Elvira Mendez (Belize)
  • Enrique Alberto Canas Jimenez (El Salvador)
357,450 2.521%
Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay Germán Hugo Rojas Irigoyen
(Paraguay)
Santiago Cat Ruprecht
Uruguay
  • Mario Alberto Guillen Suarez (Bolivia)
  • Ramon Isidoro Ramirez Caballero (Paraguay)
  • Rodrigo Herrera Villarroel (Bolivia)
366,858 2.588%
Brazil and Suriname José Guilherme Almeida dos Reis
(Brazil)
Sergio Savino Portugal
Brazil
  • André Luiz Soares De Oliveira (Brazil)
  • Jade Charity May-Ling Tjon (Suriname)
  • Marco Aurelio Dos Santos Araujo (Brazil)
1,622,236 11.443%
Canada Donald John Bobiash
(Canada)
Eric Daniel Madueño
Canada
  • Darren Anthony Rogers (Canada)
  • Sabrina Ramzi (Canada)
567,174 4.001%
Chile and Ecuador Matias Acevedo Ferrer
(Chile)
Bernardo Acosta
Ecuador
  • Maria Isabel Larenas Gonzalez (Chile)
528,355 3.727%
Colombia and Peru Sergio Díaz Granados
(Colombia)
Gerardo M. Corrochano
Peru
  • Belisa Anamaria de las Casas (Peru)
  • Luis Martin Uribe Velez (Colombia)
  • Miguel Ortega Rodriguez (Colombia)
657,710 4.639%
Croatia, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Slovenia and United Kingdom Shigeo Shimizu
(Japan)
Malcolm Geere
United Kingdom
  • Catarina Pacheco Varela Gusmao (Portugal)
  • Jadranka Hajdinjak (Croatia)
  • Mayumi Tomita-Sils (Japan)
  • Takuro Itoigawa (Japan)
865,302 6.104%
Dominican Republic and Mexico Mario Alejandro Gaytan Gonzalez
(Mexico)
Ernesto Alejandro Selman Mejia
Dominican Republic
  • Alma Lucía Romero Barrutieta (Mexico)
  • Jose Trinidad Hernandez Mendoza (Mexico)
  • Maria Isabel Lozano Santin (Mexico)
1,121,196 7.909%
Panama and Venezuela Gina Montiel
(Venezuela)
Carlos Alberto Vallarino Rangel
Panama
  • Adriana Maria D Elia Briceno (Venezuela)
  • Maruquel Díaz (Panama)
  • Pablo José Romero Castillo (Venezuela)
547,051 3.859%
United States of America
  • Halliday Eaton Hart (United States of America)
  • James Andrew Catto (United States of America)
  • Laura Ospina (United States of America)
4,253,799 30.006%