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Miami-Dade Players - November 2011

| 11/1/2011

» Michael J. Kasbar, president and COO of World Fuel Services, will become CEO on Jan. 1, replacing Paul H. Stebbins, who will continue as executive chairman.

» Accenture promoted Jorge L. Benitez to managing director for North America and chief executive for the U.S., moving the company's hemispheric leadership to the city.

» Professional Bank named Raul Valdes-Fauli, who had been south Florida market president for CNLBank, its president and CEO. The bank's CEO resigned in January.

» BankAtlantic promoted Patricia Lefebvre to Miami-Dade market president.

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