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June 28, 2017

Miami-Dade Players - March 2010

Mark Maller
Mark Maller

» Citigroup hired Mark Maller as managing director and head of Citi Private Bank in Florida, based in Miami. He had been Bank of America’s Broward County president and its regional executive for U.S. Trust in southeast Florida.

» Matthew Becherer became president of Homestead-Miami Speedway, which is owned by International Speedway Corp. He had been vice president of marketing for Richmond International Speedway.

» Wal-Mart Stores named Eduardo Solórzano president and CEO of Miami-based Walmart Latin America. He had held the same position at Walmart de Mexico.

» Navarro Discount Pharmacies named Steve Kaczynski CEO. Kaczynski is a former president and CEO of SuperValu Stores’ Bigg’s division. He replaces interim CEO Marcio C. Cabrera.

» Eric Bustillo became Miami regional office director for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, replacing David Nelson, who returned to private practice. Bustillo had been chief of the Economic and Environmental Crimes Section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida.

» Former City of Miami Mayor Manny Diaz formed law firm Lydecker Diaz with Richard Lydecker. Diaz will head the firm’s corporate and transactional department.

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