July 20, 2022

Development Bank of Latin America Retains Experienced Ombuds

CAF, Corporacion Andina de Fomento – Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina, has appointed José Martínez-Aragón as its first Ombudsperson. In this new position, he will provide Ombuds services to CAF personnel in 13 cities and report to the Executive President and Board of Directors from the bank's office in Panama. Martinez-Aragon comes to the position from the World Health Organization, where he served as the Ombudsman and Director for nearly eight years.

Martinez-Aragon brings over two decades on Ombuds experience to CAF. Prior to his tenure at WHO, Martinez-Aragon was the United Nations Regional Ombudsman for Latin America & the Caribbean in Chile. He was also a Principal Advisor to the European Ombudsman. Martinez-Aragon earned a JD from Universitat de Barcelona, an LLM from Yale Law School, an LLM from Pace University, and a JSD from Stanford University. (LinkedIn.)

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