The ratification of Giulio Velardi as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCR) was welcomed by Counselor Oscar Martua, who also highlighted his management of Stimulating growth and economic stability in the country.
Through a post on the official Twitter of the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maúrtua indicated that Velardi’s work at the helm of the BCR had been recognized in The financial field locally and internationally.
“Strengthening confidence will continue to have an impact on improving economic forecasts and indicators, while reaffirming our commitment to continue promoting sustainable and inclusive development for the benefit of all Peruvians,” It was read in a message broadcast on the social networks of the State Department.
Yesterday, President Pedro Castillo announced the appointment of Velardi as Chairman of the BCR Board of Directors and today the appointment is official, through Highest Resolution 148-2021-PCM Published in the Official Gazette El Peruano. Thus, the economist will assume his fourth consecutive term as head of the issuer.
Also, through High Resolution 149-2021 – PCM, is set Roxana Maria Irma Parantes Caceres, Jose Ignacio Tavara Martin and Germain Alejandro Alarco Tosoni BCR Board Members.
Profile of the new members of the BCR Board of Directors
Roxana Barantes Caceres is an economist from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois (USA).
She served as the Advisory Prime Minister of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MINIM), a member of the Petroperú Board of Directors, a member of the Ositran Dispute Settlement Tribunal, and a member of the Specialized Chamber for Consumer Protection at the Competition Defense Court of the Arab Republic of Egypt. indcoby.
She is currently Principal Professor of Economics at PUCP, Research Fellow at the Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP) and a member of the Steering Committee for the Regional Dialogue on the Information Society (DIRSI).
José Tavara Martin graduated in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the National University of Engineering (UNI); MA in Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), in Politics and University Management from University of Barcelona (Spain), and Ph.D. in Economics from University of Massachusetts (US).
He was Department Chair and Academic Director of Economics at PUCP, and chaired the Board of Directors of the Consortium for Economic and Social Research (CIES).
In the public sector he held the position of Deputy Minister of Communications. Vice President of Osiptel; Member of the Board of Directors of Osinergmin; Member of the Consultative Council for Radio and Television (CONCORTV) and Deputy Public Service Advocate in the Office of the Ombudsman.
He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Academic Department of Economics at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
German Alarco Tosoni has a degree in economics from Universidad del Pacifico and a master’s degree in economics from the Center for Economic Research and Education (CIDE) in Mexico, and is also a specialist in macroeconomics, finance, energy, hydrocarbons, infrastructure and income. distribution.
He was an economic analyst at the Center for Development and Promotion Studies (Desco); Adviser to the Minister of Economy and Finance, Director General of Economic Affairs and Deputy Minister of Economy (1987-1989), Adviser to the Director General and Head of the Bahrain Refugee Office Department (1986-987 and 1990-1992).
In addition, he was a member of the Ossetran Special Dispute Resolution Tribunal (2011) and President of the National Center for Strategic Planning (2011-2012). He was also a former advisor to the Minister of Energy of Mexico, associate director and advisor to the Director of Strategic Planning for Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) and a former member of Petroperú’s board of directors.
He is currently a Professor in the Academic Department of Management at the Graduate School of the Universidad del Pacifico. (with information from Andina)