This Wednesday first thing in the morning John Manzur He received the president of Banco Nación, Silvina Batakis, in his office at the Casa Rosada, with whom he spoke about the different strategies that the Government will implement to stimulate the productive sector.
After the end of the meeting, which John Manzur rated as positive the chief of staff He wrote through his social networks that both officials have “high expectations for growth and development based on the potential of the interior of the country.”
This, since, as explained John Manzur“it is essential that Banco Nación deepen the stimulus to production and progress in adding value to what is generated in Argentinabecause from there more work will be created, which is one of the great challenges for the future”.
At the same time, the leader added that the meeting was aimed at “fully putting the potential that Argentina has, with all the strength of its regional economies,” and in that sense he underlined “the trajectory and knowledge that Silvina Batakis has of federal Argentina ”.
Source: Chief of Cabinet.
For her part, the president of Banco Nación said: “We were talking about all the credit lines that the bank has and especially about finding a way to stimulate production and support the productive sectors of Argentina in each of the provinces.”
In addition, the former Minister of Economy thanked the chief of staff “for the indications about where the entity has to be heading”, since what is sought is that there be greater and continuous growth for the country.
In this regard, Batakis highlighted: “We are going to deepen that path and make a more active bank for the productive development of Argentina”; Within this framework, both officials will visit the province of San Luis next week.
The arrival of Silvina Batakis at Banco Nación
After her short stint at the Ministry of Economy, Silvina Batakis assumed her position as president of Banco Nación at the beginning of this month, an appointment that also implied a strong change in the agency’s board of directors.
In replacement of the high officials, Batakis appointed men she fully trusted: Martín Di Bella (former Secretary of the Treasury), Martín Pollera (former Secretary of Internal Trade) and José Ballesteros (former Legal and Administrative Secretary), who will accompany her during her administration.