Mr. Enrique A. Ramirez Paniagua

He studied at the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo (INTEC), where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Cum Laude in 1986. He completed a Masters in International Business at Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri, United States and specialized studies in Advanced ESL Georgetown University in Washington, DC, United States.

His professional career began as an internal auditor of one of the international banks of major importance and culminates with the Vice President for International and Institutional Business at Banco Popular Dominicano, where for more than two decades he held senior executive positions in the business areas. Ramirez degree has nearly three decades of career and senior management in local banks.

He has been Regional Coordinator of the American Chamber of Commerce, member of the Board of the Dominican Association of Exporters (ADOEXPO). In 2000 it began its involvement in state affairs, being a close collaborator of the current President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina Sanchez Lic.

In August 2012 he was appointed by President Medina as Administrative and Financial Vice President, a position he held until last year 2013.

In July 2013 he was appointed to the position of General Manager Reserve Bank of the Dominican Republic.

During the administration of licensed Ramirez Banreservas was the subject of a profound transformation, a large institutional and operational strengthening, helping it to become the institution leading the Dominican financial system and as the national bank that promotes the development of productive sectors, social development in general and education, financial inclusion and democratization of the population.

On August 16, 2016, Mr. Enrique A. Ramirez Paniagua was appointed by the executive as Director General of Customs (DGA).

Enrique Ramirez and institutional combines his executive functions with strong social agenda that involves numerous social organizations and non-profit as well as active participation in the Catholic communities of which it is a member committed by vocation.

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