The year started with some changes in the corporate world.
There were promotions, incorporations and company changes of executives.
Who are starting the year in a new position:
Gonzalo Díaz Solá, from the Petersen group to CEO of Gire
Gonzalo Díaz Solá will become the CEO of Gire.
With a solid career path built in the financial and payment industry through his time at banks and fintechs,
Gonzalo Díaz Solá will become CEO of Gire,
the group that owns Rapipago, Gire Soluciones and DUCIT.
He has a Bachelor's degree in Systems from the UBA, an MBA in Systems from the USAL-State University of New York, a PDD in Management and Business Administration from the Universidad Austral and a Management certificate in Corporate Innovation from Stanford GSB.
His last work experience was at ASJ, the Petersen Group's fintech, where he served as General Manager.
Sol Batallé promotes in WTW Argentina
Sol Batallé, country head of the Human Resources consultancy WTW Argentina.
was promoted at the Human Resources consultancy WTW.
The executive, who served as WTW's Natural Resources Leader for Latam,
was appointed as Country Head for Argentina.
Batallé has a degree in Economic Sciences, graduated from the Universidad Católica Argentina and began working at WTW in September 2009. Batallé will replace Rubén Signorini.
Changes in Coca-Cola Marketing
Gabriela Carracedo, Coca-Cola Marketing Director for Argentina and Uruguay.
Coca-Cola Argentina appointed
Gabriela Carracedo as Marketing Director for Argentina and Uruguay.
The executive will be responsible for leading the entire beverage portfolio of The Coca-Cola Company for Argentina and Uruguay.
Before joining Coca-Cola Argentina, Carracedo held several positions at Nestlé.
She has a degree in Finance and Business Administration, with an MBA from UADE Business School.
PepsiCo appoints a new Human Resources leader for Argentina
Ramiro Alemán, Human Resources leader at PepsiCo.
Ramiro Alemán to head its Human Resources area
as HR Sr. Country Lead of Argentina.
He has a degree in Labor Relations from the UBA, where he is also a professor, and has an MBA in Business Administration from the Di Tella University. Alemán has more than 11 years of experience in the mass consumption sector and was a Human Resources reference for the Danone plant in Chascomús.
Adecco renews its Human Resources leadership
Victoria Loza was appointed Director of Human Resources for Adecco Argentina and Uruguay.
The consulting firm Adecco promoted
Victoria Loza from manager to director of Human Resources for Argentina and Uruguay.
She replaces Alexandra Manera in that position, who will go on to manage the company's HR department in Brazil.
Loza joined Adecco in 2015 as head of Training and Development, but she has been in Human Resources areas for more than 15 years.
She has a degree in Psychology (UCA) and has a Master's Degree in Strategic Management in HR from the UBA.
Finance app Banza changes CEO
Andrés Ondarra, new CEO of Banza
The fintech Banza incorporated Andrés Ondarra, formerly Bitso, BTG Pactual and Bank of America, as its new CEO.
He began his professional career working in the corporate and investment banking sector at Banco Santander in Argentina, until he moved to New York, where after a brief stint at BBVA, he joined Citi as VP and later became executive director of Bank of America Merrill Lynch and head of investment banking for Argentina at BTG Pactual.
Later, he was in charge of the international expansion of the crypto exchange Bitso.
New partner at Nicholson y Cano Abogados
Paola Pereira Pizzini, new partner of the Nicholson y Cano law firm.
Nicholson y Cano Abogados, one of the largest corporate law firms in Argentina, announced
the appointment as partner of attorney Paola Pereira Pizzini,
who joined the firm in 2003. Pereira Pizzini graduated in 2002 from the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) and completed a postgraduate degree in Tort Law at the UBA.
Additionally, she expanded her knowledge internationally by specializing in Harvard Extension School.
In the study she held, among others, the role of coordinator of the Civil Liability area, being in charge of
advising insurance companies
, monitoring trials, intervening in all procedural stages and actively negotiating with third parties.
With the appointment of Pizzini, Nicholson and Cano, it now has 30 partners and a total of 150 lawyers.