Compañía de Minas Buenaventura announced the retirement of the vice president and finance manager, Carlos Gálvez, who has been linked to the mining company for more than 40 years, according to the media agency.
Carlos Gálvez graduated as a Bachelor of Economics from the Federico Villareal National University and later opted for an MBA at the Universidad del Pacífico.
In addition, I participated in the Program for Management Development and the Advanced Management Program taught at the Harvard Business School. Currently, he is vice president of Finance and Administration of Compañía de Minas Buenaventura and General Manager of two subsidiaries.
In addition, he is the director of six subsidiaries and affiliates of Buenaventura. He is also an alternate director in the mining companies Yanacocha and Cerro Verde.
He was an official of the Mining Bank of Peru and joined the Economic Operation Committee of the National Electric System. At the union level, he is director of the National Society of Mining, Petroleum, and Energy since 2000.
Following the resignation of Carlos Gálvez, the mining company Buenaventura named Leandro Garcia as the new CFO. García had been acting as controller of the mining company and previously was finance manager of Minera El Brocal and head of Treasury in Buenaventura. He also had a step in the retail segment performing as general manager of Inkafarma and Boticas BTL.