Pablo Correa, vice president of Banco Estado, resigned from his position after spending almost four years in the institution’s leadership, which will be effective tomorrow.
In his farewell, Correa did not hide his emotion and pointed out that “having had the opportunity and honor to contribute to the history of BancoEstado. It has been one of the most wonderful experiences that life has given me. I leave happy.”
Pablo Correa was serving as president(s) of the entity according to the Organic Law of BancoEstado. After his resignation, Juan Cooper will assume his position.
Among the milestones marked by the future former vice president of Banco Estado are the agreements that the entity achieved with technological financial companies, with a view to reinforcing cybersecurity standards and thus protecting its customers.
In turn, the institution became the first public bank in the world to be part of the Race to Zero campaign of the United Nations Climate Change Program.
“There is a mystique that is breathed in each branch, central areas and subsidiaries, and that infects and makes the daily work even more complete. I thank them enormously for all the love, friendship and collaboration they gave me in these years,” Correa said.