Ricardo Aizenman , Mexican Jewish activist, later lived in Israel, studied in Spain, worked in Panama, and resides in Miami, serves as the Vice President of the Board for CADENA International. His skills, network, knowledge problem solving , humanitarian work, and devotion to help those in need helped CADENA expand its footprint and inspire humanitarian Jewish and Global values to those around him.
Some of Ricardo’s accomplishments and positions include:
- Former Intl. Banking Head Consumer Banking and Risk Officer at Citibank N.A.
- Former Vice President of the US-México Chamber of Commerce
- Co-Founder of the Instituto de Empresa Alumni office in Mexico City
- Guest Professor at Florida International University MBA Program
- Executive Director at Julius Baer Swiss Bank
- Friend of the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute CHLI
- Co-Sponsor of “La Casita” CRIT Naucalpan Edo de Mexico & 9999 USA Advisor to The Americas Group Network
- United Nations Latino Impact Summit Generation, NGO Spokesperson
- Co-founder VP Cadena International, Miami Office along with President Benjamin Laniado, Treasurer Roy Hausmann and Secretary Isaac Khabie
Ricardo is a seasoned Global Banker who has designed and managed cross border banking business models across the US, APAC & EMEA , adding to his vast experience with Latin American policies and business ventures. He contributes to CADENA’s Jewish Humanitarian Aid Relief Organization, that brings together more than 4,000 volunteers in Mexico, Miami, San Diego, Guatemala, Panama, Argentina, Israel, Chile, Costa Rica, South Africa who are highly motivated in providing disaster relief and prevention. Ricardo is a Partner and Director with Fortune Partners Group, Wealth Management Family Office Supervision & Advisory in Miami.
His dedication to Global Humanitarian Aid Relief, and inspiration to help those in need has motivated volunteers and created an incredible amount of regional expansion. Ricardo has helped design CADENA expansion strategies for over 3 years, in collaboration with Professionals and Consultants, Schools, Universities, Large Corporations and most importantly, Volunteers, through the Jewish principle of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), continuing to advocate a chain link of humanitarian aid and global activism form those who needs it most.
Ricardo is happily married with three children, play tennis, loves to spend time with his family and enjoys playing the piano.
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fl 33020