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Manuel Olivares Rossetti

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Manuel Olivares Rossetti became Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2019. He is also currently Chairman of the board of directors of Itaú Corpbanca Colombia. Mr. Olivares was most recently the Chief Executive Officer and Country Head of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, Chile for the last six years, after holding various positions with that bank. Until July 2018, he was also Chairman of the board of directors Forum Servicios Financieros S.A. Previously he worked for 12 years in different positions at Citibank in both Santiago and New York branches. At present, Mr. Olivares is Vice Chairman of INACAP Technical Training Center and until December 2018 he chaired the Productivity Commission of the Confederación de la Producción y del Comercio (CPC). Mr. Olivares received a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the Universidad de Chile and attended the GMP program at Harvard Business School.

Gabriel Amado de Moura

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Gabriel Amado de Moura became Chief Financial Officer of Itaú Corpbanca on April 1, 2016. Mr. Moura joined Itaú Unibanco in 2000 and became an associate partner in 2010. He has more than 22 years of experience in asset management, risk management, finance and M&A. Mr. Moura held the position of Chief Investment Officer for Itaú’s pension funds, endowments and insurance businesses. He was also Chief Risk Officer for Wealth Management as well as member of the board of directors of different companies in Brazil and abroad. Prior to joining the bank, he worked at BBVA Asset Management and Itaú Bankers Trust. Mr. Moura holds a M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Christian Tauber Domínguez

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Christian Tauber Domínguez became corporate director of Wholesale Banking in October 2016. Previously, he served as Corporate Banking director in BBVA. He joined Banco Itaú Chile in October 2007 as the Corporate Banking manager, and from 2011 to 2016 he served as the Corporate Banking manager of Itaú Chile. In 2016 Mr. Tauber took office as the Corporate Manager of Corporate Banking. Mr. Tauber received a B.A. in Business and Economics from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Julián Acuña Moreno

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Julián Acuña Moreno became corporate director of Retail Banking in September 2016. Mr. Acuña has vast experience in both national and international banking, having worked as Commercial Division Manager in Chile and in Colombia in Banco Santander-Chile and in Banco Santander Colombia, respectively. Mr. Acuña holds an Accountant Auditor degree from the Universidad Diego Portales, Chile.

Pedro Silva Yrarrázaval

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Pedro Silva Yrarrázaval became corporate director of Treasury on April 1, 2016. Between October 2006 and March 2016, Mr. Silva held the same position at Corpbanca. Mr. Silva previously served as CEO of our subsidiary Corpbanca Administradora General de Fondos S.A. (Asset Management). Mr. Silva received a B.A. in Business and Administration from the Universidad de Chile and also a M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Luciana Hildebrandi Marchione

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Luciana Hildebrandi Marchione became corporate director of Marketing & Products on January 1, 2019. She joined Itaú Unibanco in 2009, serving as Superintendent of Commercial Planning Itaú Uniclass, and Commercial Superintendent Itaú Uniclass Digital. In 2016, she became Vice President of Product, Franchise and Digital at Itaú Corpbanca Colombia. Mrs. Hildebrandi received a B.A. in Marketing, from ESPM in Brazil, also a M.B.A. in Commercial Management, and a Post degree from the FGV of Brazil.

Mauricio Baeza Letelier

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Mauricio Baeza Letelier became Chief Risk Officer in September 2016. With almost 30 years of experience in the banking industry, Mr. Baeza Letelier has held diverse executive positions in risk management areas of local banking institutions. During the last five years he was the Manager of Corporate Risk of Banco de Chile, while leading the Risk Committee of the Bank and Financial institution Association of Chile (Asociación de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras de Chile). Mr. Baeza received an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Luis Antônio Rodrigues

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Luis Antônio Rodrigues became Corporate Director of IT in October 2017 after the split of the IT & Operations division from which he was responsible for since April 1, 2016 until September 2017. Mr. Rodrigues has been a director of Itaú Unibanco since 2004, a partner since 2010 and an executive director since 2011. He initiated his career in the Itaú group 32 years ago, and participated on the technology side of every merger and acquisition of the group (Banco Francês e Brasileiro, Banerj, Bemge, Banestado and BankBoston), as well as having a key role in the system integration of Itaú and Unibanco.

Jorge Novis

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Jorge Novis became Corporate Director of Operations in April 2018. Mr. Novis joined Itaú Corpbanca in May 2017 as Head of Strategic Planning and Quality Service. He previously worked at Itaú Unibanco since 2014. Mr. Novis received a Civil Engineer degree, a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a Master of Science in Finance.

Cristián Toro Cañas

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Cristián Toro Cañas became General Counsel in June 2016. Mr. Toro worked for more than 10 years in Citibank Chile, acting as general counsel since 2004. In 1999 he worked in Shearman & Sterling in New York. In 2008 he joined Lan Airlines as legal vice-president. After the merger of Lan and Tam, he continued to work as legal vice-president and as the secretary of the board of directors of Latam Airlines Group. Mr. Toro received a law degree from the Pontificia Universidad de Católica de Chile and an MCJ law degree from the New York University School of Law.

Marcela Leonor Jiménez Pardo

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Marcela Leonor Jiménez Pardo became Corporate Director of Human Resources in April 2016. Between July 2012 and March 2016 she held the same position at Corpbanca. Previously, she served in the Global Banking Consulting Group at Banco de Chile from 2008 to 2012. Mrs. Jiménez received an undergraduate degree in Philology from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a postgraduate degree in Human Resources Management from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.