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(%)
Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua José Mauricio Silva
(El Salvador)
Francisco José Mayorga Balladares
Nicaragua
  • Mario Rodolfo Marroquín Rivera (Guatemala)
357,450 2.521%
Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay Marko Marcelo Machicao Bankovic
(Bolivia)
Marcelo Bisogno
Uruguay
  • Germán Hugo Rojas Irigoyen (Paraguay)
  • Miguel Rodriguez Tejerina (Bolivia)
  • Pablo Fleiss (Uruguay)
366,858 2.588%
Brazil and Suriname José Guilherme Almeida dos Reis
(Brazil)
Sergio Savino Portugal
Brazil
  • André Luiz Soares De Oliveira (Brazil)
  • Artur Cardoso de Lacerda (Brazil)
  • Jade Charity May-Ling Tjon (Suriname)
1,622,236 11.443%
Canada Guillermo Enrique Rishchynski
(Canada)
Eric Daniel Madueño
Canada
  • Brett Alexander Maitland (Canada)
  • Sabrina Ramzi (Canada)
567,174 4.001%
Chile and Ecuador Alex Foxley
(Chile)
Rosa Matilde Guerrero Murgueytio
Ecuador
  • Bernardo Acosta Varea (Ecuador)
  • Maria Isabel Larenas Gonzalez (Chile)
528,355 3.727%
Colombia and Peru Gerardo M. Corrochano
(Peru)
Sergio Díaz Granados
Colombia
  • 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 Toshiyuki Yasui
(Japan)
Malcolm Geere
United Kingdom
  • Ana Margarida Carneiro Torres Ferreira (Portugal)
  • Jadranka Hajdinjak (Croatia)
  • Takuro Itoigawa (Japan)
  • Tatsuya Sugiura (Japan)
865,302 6.104%
Dominican Republic and Mexico Juan Bosco Martí Ascencio
(Mexico)
Carlos Augusto Pared Vidal
Dominican Republic
  • Alma Lucía Romero Barrutieta (Mexico)
  • José Ramón Lorenzo Domínguez (Mexico)
  • Maria Isabel Lozano Santin (Mexico)
1,121,196 7.909%
Panama and Venezuela Gina Montiel
(Venezuela)
Fernando Ernesto de León de Alba
Panama
  • Maruquel Díaz (Panama)
  • Pablo José Romero Castillo (Venezuela)
  • Victor José Blanco Cova (Venezuela)
547,051 3.859%
United States of America Eliot Pedrosa
United States of America
  • Abigail Mary Demopulos (United States of America)
  • Gabriela Stocks (United States of America)
  • James Andrew Catto (United States of America)
4,253,799 30.006%
Argentina and Haiti Federico Ignacio Poli
(Argentina)
Lucio Castro
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 Alicia Montalvo Santamaría
(Spain)
Patrick Jean Hervé
France
  • Harald Tollan (Norway)
  • Maj Hessel (Denmark)
  • Per Arne Backman (Sweden)
687,703 4.851%
Bahamas, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago Selwin Charles Hart
(Barbados)
  • Ayleen Valerie Alleyne-Ovid (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Roger Craig S R Turnquest (Bahamas)
  • Sarah Anne Yearwood (Barbados)
  • Sheranne Ayana Isaacs (Guyana)
215,269 1.518%
Belgium, China, Germany, Israel, Italy, The Netherlands and Switzerland Stefania Antonella Bazzoni
(Italy)
Ute Heinbuch
Germany
  • Ayelet Perlstein (Israel)
  • Bjorn Olaf Kuil (Netherlands)
  • Mattia Stefano Celio (Switzerland)
  • Michael Anthony C. Boseret (Belgium)
712,259 5.024%
Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua
  • Carlos De Paco (Costa Rica)
  • Elvira Mendez (Belize)
357,450 2.521%