- Alfonso Castillo has been appointed head of Santander BPI (his international private bank) and CEO of BSI (the bank's international business in the US)
- He will report to Víctor Matarranz and Tim Wennes
- He has almost 20 years of experience
Changes in Santander's international business: According to what Funds Society has learned, Alfonso Castillo has been appointed head of Santander BPI (his international private bank) and CEO of BSI (the bank's international business in the US).
In his new role, he will continue to develop the business and consolidate Santander Private Banking as a global platform for the entity's clients worldwide. Castillo will report to Víctor Matarranz (in his role as head of BPI) and Tim Wennes –CEO of Santander US- and Matarranz as CEO from BSI.
Castillo will replace Jorge Rosell, who is to leave the bank in search of new projects.
Alfonso Castillo joined the ranks of the global Wealth Management division created by Santander in late 2018, a few months after the bank created that division, which integrates private banking and asset management, and is headed by Víctor Matarranz.
Castillo came from Bankinter, where he was Managing Director, responsible for their Private Banking division. In his almost 20 years of experience, he has also worked at firms such as Barclays Wealth, Credit Suisse or EY.