Nerio Peitiado says he is not afraid. He tells everyone who happened to greet him since they learned that he is no longer a Banco Supervielle traditional manager to be Gustavo Lopetegui’s chief of staff in Energy, with the rank of secretary. “I am going to work with a person in whom I have absolute confidence for his integrity, I know Lopetegui from McKinsey, where I was a consultant from 1994 to 1999. We work together on various projects,” he told this newspaper. “I am going to the public sector because I will have the possibility of executing a series of projects in the short term in a role and with a first level team”, he is proud.
Its tasks are still not defined, but it will surely focus on monitoring the state companies that report to the Secretary of Energy (IEASA, Cammesa), on the supervision of the regulatory bodies (ENRE, Enargas) and on several specific projects. to define. Many of them could end before the true presidential term, although others will be focused on the long-term energy infrastructure needs.
Your position in Supervielle will be reabsorbed. The decrease in the consumer financing business means that the bank is 95% of the group, which is why it is replaced by Jorge Ramírez, CEO of Grupo Supervielle, who will maintain the dual role, with the aim of continuing to integrate the management of its operations. .
“Grupo Supervielle has been executing a growth strategy focused on the client and generating profitable value proposals in the last time, which requires an agile and versatile management structure to continue promoting cross sales throughout the company. it is another step in that direction, Jorge’s experience in leading similar transformation processes will be key to ensure the execution of our strategy, “said Patricio Supervielle, its president.
“In 2019 we will continue to focus on closely monitoring the quality of our assets, positioning the business for growth and maintaining a strict cost adjustment, while continuously assessing opportunities to support growth as we move forward. optimistic about the long-term potential of the banking industry in Argentina, the strength of our company and our ability to adapt our business model to a rapidly changing environment, “said Ramírez.
Peitiado, former traditional manager of Musimundo, was a player in the national basketball league for Vélez Sarsfield. He says that this sport taught him more than the university (he has a degree in Business Administration from the UBA, with a master’s degree from the University of Texas), because it helped him understand the dynamics of the individual objectives of a person and those of a team: “There has to be room for the two to develop, I retired young from basketball because I could not have a job and train absolutely every day,” recalls who joined McKinsey at age 27 and then moved on to the supermarket chain Eki.