Board of Directors

Board of Directors


, Chairman of the Board Julio Patricio Supervielle

Julio Patricio Supervielle is Chairman of the Boards of Grupo Supervielle, Banco Supervielle, CCF and Tarjeta. He joined the financial group Exprinter-Banex in the year 1986 where he held several positions at BancoBanex S.A., including: General Manager, Director and Chairman. He has degree in Business Administration from Universidad Católica Argentina and holds a master’s degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He attended the Global CEO Program organized by Wharton, IESE and CEIBS. He has 35 years of industry experience.


, Vice-Chairman of the Board & CEO Jorge Oscar Ramirez

Jorge Oscar Ramirez is Grupo Supervielle’s Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board of Director of Grupo Supervielle as well as Chairman of the BoD of Supervielle Seguros and Espacio Cordial de Servicios and member of the board of Banco Supervielle. He also serves on the board of directors of CRS Asesorias e Inversiones S.A (Chile). He previously served as Regional President for Argentina, Uruguay and the Andean region at BankBoston and also served on the BoD of Alpargatas SAIC. Jorge is a Certified Public Accountant with a degree from the University of Buenos Aires and Executive Management Program degree (PADE) from ESE. He has 34 years of industry experience.


, Second Vice-Chairman of the Board Emérico Alejandro Stengel

Emérico Alejandro Stengel is an Industrial Engineer from Universidad de Buenos Aires and holds an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He worked in Corporate Banking at Citibank and Banco Santander. Later he became Partner of Booz Allen Hamilton, a global management consulting firm where he worked with multinational and large corporations in Latin America, the United States and Europe on Strategy, Governance, Organization and Operations. He led strategic integration and operations enhancement projects in Financial Services. Subsequently he was appointed CEO of Los Grobo Agropecuaria, a leading Mercosur agribusiness company that won the National Quality Award. He joined the Board of Grupo Supervielle in 2010 and serves on the boards of its Consumer Finance and Insurance vehicles. Currently he is COO of Banco Supervielle where his responsibilities include Personal & Business Banking, Corporate Banking and Digital Transformation. He is also a member of Grupo Supervielle’ s Executive, Risk Management and IT Committees.


, Board Member Atilio María Dell’Oro Maini

Atilio Dell-Oro Maini serves as the Director of Grupo Supervielle, the Bank, CCF, Tarjeta, Espacio Cordial de Servicios and Sofital. In 2003, he joined the law firm Cabanellas-Etchebarne-Kelly as a Senior Partner of the Banking and Capital Markets divisions. In 1997, he worked at the London-based global law firm Linklaters & Paines. He worked in New York City as a Foreign Associate at the law firm White & Case in 1987 and Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett from 1988-1989. Previously, he joined the law firm Cárdenas, Cassagne & Asociados and was made Partner in 1990. He has extensive experience advising banks and other financial entities, corporations and governments with respect to all types of international and domestic banking and financial transactions. Atilio is a lawyer, with degrees in Political Science and Agricultural Production. He also completed the Program of Instruction for Lawyers at Harvard Law School. He is a Professor at the Master’s in Business Law program at Universidad de San Andrés, as well as a member of the Bar Association of the city of Buenos Aires.

, Independent Board Member Eduardo Braun

Eduardo Braun is an Industrial Engineer graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires, where he won the Bunge & Born scholarship for his academic excellence and holds an MBA with an emphasis in Finance and Marketing from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1990. He is an international lecturer in Leadership and Innovation, a business consultant and the author of ‘People First: Chief Emotions Officers’. He taught in programs at UC Berkeley, as a special guest at prestigious institutions such as IMD, Babson College, Yale School of Management and lectures in various academic and business forums in Singapore, Dubai, Germany, the United States and other countries. He was a professor at Universidad Católica Argentina and is an expert in leadership at Universidad de San Andrés. Since January 2016 he has been director of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 appointed by the Argentine Government. He was director of the HSM Group between 1999 and 2011, in charge of the Global Relations Direction with the Speakers. He is a member of the Board of multinational companies such as: Cuvelier Los Andes (French wines) and Aislantes Celulósicos (building materials). Since mid-2018 he is responsible for creating and conducting the Advisory Council for the Design of the Innovation Park of the City of Buenos Aires. Previously he was a founding partner of MIG, a management consultancy firm specialized in strategies and business development. His experience as a management consultant began with Booz Allen & Hamilton at the Paris offices in 1990, where he worked on various projects for Europe, Brazil and Argentina, where he combined his experience as a consultant with that of executive positions. He participates or has participated in several NGOs such as the Clinton Global Initiative, of which he was a member for 5 years, EMA (Multiple Sclerosis Argentina), is a member of the Council of ICANA (Argentine Cultural Institute of North America) and President of the G25 Foundation.

, Independent Board Member Victoria Premrou

Victoria Premrou holds degrees in Accountancy and Business Administration, graduated from Universidad Católica Argentina and holds a Master’s Degree in Corporate Finance from Universidad del CEMA. Between 1995 and 1997 she worked at Fitch-Ibca in the analysis and risk rating of companies and debt instruments in different sectors, being a member of the Risk Rating Committee of Fitch. Between 1997 and 1999 she worked at Hermes Management Consulting, performing valuation tasks and consultancy in strategy and organization for the Exxel Group (retail, mass consumption, among others). In 1999 she joined Infupa S.A. to provide advice on mergers and acquisitions for clients in the mass consumption, wine, refrigeration, textile and financial services industries, among others. Since 2018, she has been an advisor on analysis and evaluation of investment projects for Grupo La Nación.

, Independent Board Member Ricardo Enrique De Lellis

Ricardo Enrique De Lellis holds degrees in Accountancy and Business Administration graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires. Between 1977 and 1982 he worked at Price Waterhouse as a specialized auditor in financial institutions. In 1982 he joined KPMG in Argentina, where he worked until 2018 as a specialized auditor in financial institutions, Audit Manager, Audit Partner, Partner in charge of Financial Services and Partner in charge of the Audit Department, until reaching the position of Partner Executive Director, from 2014 to 2018. He has acted as auditor in various positions for different financial institutions of the country, local, international, state-owned and provincial, as well as a consultant in various consulting tasks. He was also the partner in charge of the audit of the Central Bank of Argentina (periods 1999-2002 and 2008-2010) and the partner responsible for the audit of the Central Bank of Uruguay (2014-2017). He is a former professor at the Schools of Economics of Universidad de Buenos Aires (1986-1994) and Universidad de Belgrano (1982-1995). He is a former researcher of the CECYT (FACPCE – Argentine Federation of Professional Councils in Economic Sciences), author and co-author of reports issued by this body in the area of audit (1983-1985) and a former member of CENCYA (Council for the Issue of Accounting and Audit Standards – FACPCE) (2011-2013). He is a member of the Drafting Commission of the regulation related to the performance of the External Auditor and Syndic for the prevention of money laundering at the Professional Council of Economic Sciences of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Between 2010 and 2012 he worked as technical advisor in the IAASB (International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board). He was a member of the Board of Directors of IDEA (Institute for Business Development of Argentina) between 2014 and 2018. He has been a member of the Consultancy Council of FIEL since 2014 to date. He is a lecturer in areas of his specialty, as well as for the financial system and is the author of several papers published in newspapers and specialized magazines.

, Board Member Hugo Enrique Santiago Basso

Hugo Enrique Santiago Basso is an Industrial Engineer graduated from Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) and holds an MBA from The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. He began his career at Banco Banex in 2004, where he successfully managed the merger project with Société Générale Argentina. In 2007 he led the startup of the ‘Cordial Negocios’ unit, with a focus on microfinancing. Then, he continued his career in the consultancy area working for Mars & Co., with responsibilities in competitive strategy for CPG multinationals. For the last five years, he has been residing in California, United States of America, having developed a successful career in the financial area for the wine industry in high-end brands. After working for Treasury Wine Estates, he joined E&J Gallo, currently overseeing a portfolio of ten luxury wineries. He is director of Espacio Cordial de Servicios S.A.