Verónica Ávila was presented by Banplus as its new Executive President

After her appointment to the Board of Directors, Banplus informed the incorporation of the senior executive to its leadership, through an institutional statement

The financial entity with more than 15 years in the market, providing services to its clients and always being at the forefront of innovation, incorporated economist Verónica Ávila into its team as the new Executive President of Banplus, reports a statement from the institution.

Verónica is a graduate of the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello and is recognized for her extensive professional career in Venezuelan private banking; Her successful and proven experience of almost three decades make her an integral professional. He has held various management positions and vice presidencies in areas such as Treasury, Credit, Product Development, Corporate Sales, Means of Payment and Specialized Banking.

 

Economist Verónica Ávila, new president of Banplus (Photo: Banplus)
Economist Verónica Ávila, new president of Banplus (Photo: Banplus)

Focus on solutions tailored to the needs of customers as well as the quality of care

 

“Our philosophy will continue to be to offer financial solutions tailored to the needs of our clients, continue to differentiate ourselves in the quality of care, innovate with competitive products and services, and continue Making Country,” said Verónica Ávila.

Banplus Banco Universal continues Making Country, always thinking of offering the greatest comfort in products and services to its customers, through its website: banplus.com and from any mobile device. Also, its other communication channels are open: 0501-BANPLUS (2267587) and its social networks: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @BanplusOnLine for more direct interaction.

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With information from Banplus

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