Cruz Blanca Salud’s Board of Directors is formed by distinguished members of Chile’s business community.
Commitment and a clear long-term strategic vision
Salvador Said studied economics and business administration at the Universidad Gabriela Mistral. He is executive director of the Said Group, president of The Endeavor Initiative Inc. and president of the boards of directors of Cruz Blanca Salud S.A. and Isapre Cruz Blanca S.A.
He is also a member of the boards of Embotelladora Andina S.A., Parque Arauco S.A., Banco BBVA and Envases del Pacífico S.A. as well as counsel of the boards of Claro Chile, Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP) and Generación Empresarial.
Álvaro Erazo studied medicine at the Universidad de Chile. From 2008 to 2010, he served as Chile’s Secretary of Health.
From 2000 to 2006, he was a director of Fonasa and, from 1998 to 2000, Secretary of Health.
He was a director of Banco Estado from 2007 to 2008. Since 2010, he has been a consultant on Social Security in Health to the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and, in 2010, worked as an international consultant in public health policies in Guatemala, the Dominican Republic and Mexico.
Marcos Büchi studied structural civil engineering at the Universidad de Chile. He is executive director of Corporación Educacional Santo Tomás and a director of Codelco, Empresa Eléctrica Guacolda S.A. and Sociedad Minera Isla Riesco.
From 1999 to 2005, he served as general manager of Consorcio Nacional de Seguros Vida S.A. Between 2000 and 2003, he chaired the Asociación de Aseguradores de Chile A.G., the insurance industry association. He has also served as director of different companies in the electricity and water sectors.
Jorge Bande holds a master degree in economics from the American University. He is member of the board of ICARE and Inversiones Aguas Metropolitanas (IAM).
From 2006 to May 2013, he was member of the board of state-owned Codelco. He also served in the board of Edelnor, GNI Mejillones and Aguas lNG. Until 2006 he was CEO of Minera Leonor and member of the board of Minera El Tesoro and Empresa Nacional de Minería (Enami). Between 1990 and 1994 he served as vice president of development in Codelco, and then he became CEO of AMP Chile.
He is co-founder and executive director of the Centro de Estudios del Cobre y Minería (CESCO).
He teaches mineral economics in the graduate program of Universidad de Chile and UAI.
Rodrigo Muñoz studied economics and business administration at the Universidad Católica de Chile. He has been general manager of the Said Group’s holding company since 1997. He is also a director of Isapre Cruz Blanca S.A. and Integramédica S.A.
He has served as director of the hospitals of Cruz Blanca Salud S.A. and of companies related to the financial, manufacturing and real estate sectors in Chile and Argentina. Since 1993, he has been a professor of finance and corporate finance at the Universidad Católica de Chile.
Alvaro Fischer studied mathematical engineer at the Universidad de Chile. Founder and director partner of Resiter, President of Fundación Chile and member of the National Council for Innovation. Former president of the Institute of Engineers of Chile and former head director of Universidad Tecnológica de Chile Inacap.
Pablo Wagner holds a degree in economic and business administration from Universidad Católica de Chile. He also holds a master degree in business administration (MBA) from Universidad Católica de Chile, with graduate studies at the University of Texas Austin and Stanford. He is partner and executive chief of Genesis Capital AFI.
Between 2010 and 2012 he was undersecretary of mines for the Government of Chile andmember of the board of Empresa Nacional de Minería ENAMI. Previously, he was vice chairman of AFP Cuprum, manager of planning and business development in Empresas Banmédica, and project and investment manager of Empresas Penta. He has also served as member of the board of other companies in the health sector, among others.