Credit Suisse Securities Agency Limited (Chile) is strongly committed to growth in Chile, where it has been in operation with its brokerage format for over a year with an operations team and a team of bankers of about twenty members. Borja Martín de la Torre, from the International Private Banking division of Banco Santander in Miami, is the latest banker to join the project, according to information given to Funds Society by bank sources.
From Chile, the organization offers financial advice and intermediation through its Credit Suisse AG in Switzerland and Pershing, U.S.A. platforms, while it also signed an agreement with a local brokerage firm in Chile. Credit Suisse is aiming to strengthen and grow its business in Chile through these three avenues, plus they are also aware that this local presence will support them in their goals.
Martin de la Torre, a CUNEF (Spain) graduate, has spent his professional career between Spain and the United States. The last three years from Santander in Miami as a banker for Chile, while the previous three years he worked for Banif in Madrid.
Previously, he worked for two years in Morgan Stanley Spain, firstly in product information, joining the firm’s commercial team later on. Martin plans to take up his new post in Santiago, Chile on 1st August.