Dr. Funes de Rioja, is Full Academic at the National Academy of Law and Social Sciences of Buenos Aires and Vice President of the National Academy of Business Sciences. He is Vice-President of the Argentine Industrial Employers Chamber (UIA), and President of the Food Industry Chamber (COPAL).
With several years of experience in labor relationships and policy building, he is President of the Business Advisory Committee on Labor relationships in the Organization of American States (CEATAL / OAS), he was President of the International Organization of Employers.
Acevedo has a bachelor degree on Business Administration. He is member of Aceitera General Deheza (AGD), a family exporting company that has led the agro-industrial sector since 1984. Former SME Vice-president and Secretary in UIA, in May 2017 he was elected as the new president of the institution.
Furthermore, Acevedo has also had hierarchical positions in organizations such as AEA, the Export Foundation, and SME Observatory Foundation.
Currently, Miguel Acevedo holds the presidency of Agroaval SGR, a leading company that promotes access to credit to SMEs in Argentina.
Jorge Brito Jr. is President of ADEBA since 2017. He is also the President of GENNEIA, a leading firm in renewable energy that owns the largest wind farm in Argentina. In 2013, he became Vice President of the River Plate Athletic Club, a position he assumed dealing with the Club's economic and financial area. Between 1999 and 2001 he developed the leadership of Banco Macro in northern Argentina. In 2006 he was appointed general manager of Banco Macro, a position he leaves in 2013 to be Director of the same entity.
Dr. Di Fiori is the President of the CACS. Previously he was the Vice President for the Southern Cone of the Ibero-American Association of Commerce Chambers and was one of the founding members of the Argentine Institute of Customs Studies. He is also President of the General Legislation Committee of the First Customs Duty Sessions and was responsible for the customs and international trading topics for the “La Prensa” newspaper.
Jorge holds a PhD in Finance and Economics from the Buenos Aires University, is a lawyer and customs broker since 1969.
Mr. Pelegrina was born in Mendoza in 1962. He is a farmer and holds a degree in Agronomy with specialization in Agricultural Economics. In 2017 he assumed presidency of SRA. Previously, he had been elected as SRA Vice President for the periods 2012-2014, being reelected in 2014 and 2016.
As an active member of the SRA he joined the Youth Forum in 1986 and became its President. From 2002 to 2012, he was Secretary and directed the Institute of Economic Studies and the Political Relations Committee. Currently, Mr. Pelegrina is also president of the Pan American Dairy Federation (FEPALE).
Mr. Gabbi has developed an extensive career, fulfilling multiple roles and functions. He holds his eleventh term as President of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange Foundation. He is also in charge of the Presidency of the Electronic Gas Market (MEG) S.A. and Inmosur S.A. He is the Senior Director of Argentine Stock Exchanges and Markets (ByMA). He is a member of the World Federation of Stock Exchanges and has been President of the Ibero-American Federation of Stock Exchanges (FIAB). He is Vice-President 1° of the Inter-American Council of Commerce and Production (CICyP).
Eng. Gustavo Weiss was born in 1952 in La Plata, Buenos Aires Province. In 1978 he graduated as Engineer at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
JHe became an active member of the family business, ELEPRINT S.A. (leading constructing enterprise) in 1970 and since 1995 he holds the presidency of the company. Since 1997 he integrated the Executive Committee of Argentine Chamber of Construction and held several positions until becoming president from 2012 to 2014. In 2016 he has been reelected and still holds the presidency.
It is constituted by business leaders representing both the regional and sectoral diversity of the Argentine economy. Its outreach will provide a substantial contribution in the advocacy process.
The most prominent business leaders of top companies from around the world constitute the High Level International Business Advocacy Caucus. With their key interaction with Ministers and G20 leaders they enhance the visibility of B20 policy proposals and recommendations.