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Two former presidents of the CNBV have just joined Juntos Financiera

The Multiple Object Financial Society (Sofom), Together Financial , announced this Tuesday that the former presidents of the National Banking and Securities Commission ( CNBV ) and founders of the Trouver Capital firm, Jaime González Aguadé and Bernardo González Rosas , will join their team .

“(Both directors) will support the raising of capital and funding for Juntos Financiera and, subsequently, they will invest through the ‘Trouver Prívate Equity Fund’ that they will launch in a few months,” the company said in a statement.

Jaime González Aguadé joins the Board of Directors, while Bernardo González Rosas (who is currently head of Amafore) joins the Corporate Governance Committee.

Together Financial highlighted that in its Board of Directors they have personalities such as Luis Esteve, from Murga; José Antonio Lozano Diez, Miguel Gallardo Guerra, Ángel Abarrategui Diez, Juan José Hicks Pedrón and Mauricio Villanueva Cruz.

González Aguadé was head of the CNBV between 2012 and 2017. He also worked at the Energy Secretariat and Bansefi.

González Rosas is the current president of Amafore and led the CNBV in 2018; He has also collaborated with the World Bank and was a professor at the Universidad Panamericana.

On its website, Juntos Financiera claims to promote financial inclusion and banking in Mexico through microcredit, microinsurance, and debit cards.

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