The bosses and the bosses of the SAT in 25 years of history

The bosses and the bosses of the SAT in 25 years of history

Directors of the SAT throughout its history

Tomás Ruiz González (July 1, 1997 to February 25, 1998)

Ruiz González (in red tie) has held various positions in the public administration, including development banking and the Ministry of Finance. He was also a deputy for the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

He worked with the government of Javier Duarte in Veracruz, which was accused of corruption and diversion of resources.

Tomás Ruiz González (in red tie).

Eduardo González González (February 25, 1998 to July 7, 1999)

Eduardo González has studies in Public Accounting. During his career in the public sector, he served as director of Sports Forecasts.

Alma Rosa Moreno Razo (July 7, 1999 to February 22, 2000)

Moreno Razo is an economist from ITAM. In addition to having been head of the SAT, she has held managerial positions both in public administration and in the private sector, highlighting her time at the Ministry of Finance and Grupo Financiero Banorte. She was in charge of creating the first Liaison Unit with the SHCP Congress in 1997.

She was also Mexico’s ambassador to Great Britain.

Raúl Sánchez Kobashi (February 22, 2000 to November 30, 2000)

Sánchez Kobashi studied Public Accounting. His career in the public sector includes positions such as the general directorate of Insurance Inspection and Surveillance in the National Insurance and Bonding Commission and as General Administrator of Federal Fiscal Audit in the SHCP.

He was also president of the Latin American Association of Agricultural Insurers (ALASA).

Rubén Aguirre Pangburn (December 4, 2000 to June 18, 2003)

This UNAM lawyer, in addition to being head of the treasury, served as Undersecretary of Revenue of the Ministry of Finance and also worked in the Federation Prosecutor’s Office.

Ruben Aguirre Pangburn
Ruben Aguirre Pangburn.

José María Zubiría Maqueo (July 2, 2003 to July 5, 2008)

He is a graduate of the Electrical Mechanical Engineering career at the Faculty of Engineering of the UNAM, where he was awarded the Gabino Barreda medal. He has worked in firms such as Citibanamex and Grupo Industrial NKS. He was also part of the UNAM Board of Trustees.

Jose Maria Zubiria Maqueo
Jose Maria Zubiria Maqueo

Alfredo Gutiérrez Ortiz Mena (July 9, 2008 to November 30, 2012)

He is currently a minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN). He is the grandson of former Treasury Secretary Antonio Ortiz Mena and has a long history in tax matters.

Alfredo Gutierrez Ortiz Mena
Alfredo Gutierrez Ortiz Mena

Aristóteles Núñez Sánchez (December 6, 2012 to September 7, 2016)

He was head of the SAT under the administration of Enrique Peña Nieto. He currently works as an independent consultant. In the year 2019 he decided to close his Twitter account.

Aristotle Nunez Sanchez
Aristotle Nunez Sanchez

Osvaldo Santín Quiroz (September 14, 2016 to November 30, 2018)

Currently, this ITAM economist works at the firm Intelligere Analitica. Santín Quiroz held various positions in the National Commission of Insurance and Bonds, the National Commission of the Retirement Savings System and the Institute for the Protection of Bank Savings.

In the Government of the State of Mexico, he was Undersecretary of Revenue, General Director of the Social Security Institute of the State of Mexico and Municipalities and as Undersecretary of Control and Evaluation.

Osvaldo Santin Quiroz
Osvaldo Santin Quiroz

Margarita Ríos Farjat (December 13, 2018 to December 5, 2019)

She is a lawyer from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL). She is also a writer and poet. After passing through the SAT, she was proposed and appointed as minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN).

Margarita Rios Farjat
Margarita Rios Farjat

Raquel Buenrostro Sánchez (January 15, 2020-present)

Raquel Buenrostro is a mathematician from UNAM and has a master’s degree from the Colegio de México. She has held positions as General Director of Administration in the Ministry of Tourism, Deputy Director General of Budgetary Control in the Ministry of Finance and Deputy Treasurer of Fiscal Policy in the Government of Mexico City.

Raquel Buenrostro Sanchez
Raquel Buenrostro Sanchez

With information from the SAT, Government of Mexico, UNAM, LinkedIn, SCJN, ITAM, Senate of the Republic and Expansión



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