Enrique Zorrilla is Chief Executive Officer for Banamex in Mexico. He is also a member of the Senior Leadership Committee of Citi and of the Boards of Directors of Seguros Banamex, Afore Banamex, and Credito Familiar.
Prior to joining Banco Nacional de Mexico (Banamex) in July 1982, Enrique spent two and a half years with PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Senior Consultant.
He joined Banamex in Mexico City as an Account Executive in Corporate Banking and, in 1985, he became an Assistant Vice President. In 1988, he opened a new office for the Corporate Banking in Monterrey and, in 1991, was named Senior Vice President responsible for the Corporate and Middle Markets in the North Division.
From 1993 to 1996, he was the Executive Vice President in charge of the North Division, including the Corporate, Middle Markets, and Retail banking units. He moved back to Mexico City in mid-1996 to design and launch the commercial strategy for Afore Banamex (the pension funds company) and was elected Corporate Director of Commercialization in November of that same year.
In 2001, after the official announcement of the integration of Citibank Mexico and Banamex, he was put in charge of coordinating the integration process of the retail and the affluent customer segments, an objective that was accomplished in a period of six months. In January 2006, he was appointed Head of Commercial Markets, responsible for 1,388 branches and around 17,386 employees.
Enrique assumed his current role in December 2006.
He has a B.A. from the Universidad Iberoamericana, a Certified Public Accounting degree from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, and an MBA from Northwestern University, Chicago. He is the founder of the Diversity Committee, Mexico.