As it had been sounding, Daniel Tillard, the current president of Banco de Córdoba, was confirmed this Wednesday as head of Banco Nación. His second will be Dario Wasserman.
Tillard, who was managing the provincial bank from 2015 until last November 24, is the second official of the administration of Juan Schiaretti from Córdoba to join the government of Javier Milei, after Osvaldo Giordano was appointed as head of Anses.
He has a degree in Economics from the National University of Cordoba, and then specialized in Capital Markets Development in Brazil and completed the Senior Management Program (IAE).
Like other officials chosen by Milei (Joaquín Cottani, Rodolfo Barra, Armando Guibert), Tillard participated in the government of Carlos Menem. He was in charge of the Secretariat of Legal, Technical and Administrative Coordination of the Ministry of Economy headed by Domingo Cavallo.
He was president of Provincia Bursátil and director of Banco Provincia during the administration of Daniel Scioli. When María Eugenia Vidal took office, Tillard returned to Cordoba.
Tillard has a long professional and personal relationship with Guillermo Francos, the designated Minister of the Interior.