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The president of the Board of Directors of the Mexican Stock exchange (BMV), Jaime Ruiz Sacristán, who was diagnosed with coronavirus, died on Sunday and several characters of the bouquet political, journalistic and business sent condolences to his family through social networks.

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Who gave to know his death was businessman Manuel Diaz, who via Twitter wrote that he died from complications of the Covid-19.


“Unfortunately, Jaime Ruiz Sacristán died today from complications of #COVID__19. He was President of the BMV, and one of the first cases in Mexico. RIP”.


While the Association of Banks of Mexico he regretted the loss of one of its members. Also read: Dies Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, president of the BMV, by Covid-19


“The Association of Banks of Mexico (ABM) regretted the death of its former president and chairman of the Mexican Stock exchange (BMV), Jaime Ruiz Sacristán, happened this Sunday April 12”.

His son-in-law, Juan Pablo Morales it was also reported that Jaime Ruiz Sacristán he died at two in the morning, and that it was certainly a great man, dad, husband and grandfather.


“It is with deep sadness I tell you that my father-in-law @Jaimeruizs3 left us today at 2 in the morning. A businessman of integrity, a leader in all senses, a husband, father and grandfather exemplary, without doubt you will be missed. Mexico lost a great man.”


Antonio del Valle Perochena, president of the Mexican Council of Business and the nephew of Jaime Ruiz wrote in a tweet that he worked for almost three decades with him.


“Today we lost a great mexican, a banker of tradition, financial genius and complete person. I lost my uncle, my teacher, my dear friend with whom, for nearly three decades, I lived with great challenges and adventures. I’m going to miss you dear @Jaimeruizs3”.

The mexican lawyer and the Secretary of the Interior, Olga María del Carmen Sánchez Cordero Dávilahe sent his condolences to the friends and family of Jaime Ruiz.


“I deeply regret the regrettable death of Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, president of the Board of Directors of the @BMVMercados. Sending my heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.”

Also the politician and mexican economist José Antonio Meade Kuribreñaby means of Twitter, he mentioned that Jaime Ruiz was one of the bankers most important in your life.


“Jaime Ruiz Sacristán was one of the bankers most talented people that I met. It will be remembered, also, as a great financier. But you will be missed by his many virtues and generosity as a person. I offer my prayers, with love, for your family and friends.”


José Yuste, journalist on economic issues, according to his Twitter account wrote that the former president of the Board of directors of the Mexican Stock exchange also extended the financial market.


“A sadness the passing of Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, president of the @BMVMercados who was also the chairman of the banks @AsocBancosMx. Always sought to broaden the financial market to other segments. You are going to miss you. Hug your family”.


Luis Ernesto Derbez, Rector of the University of the Americas Puebla, did not take long to publish a video in which he talks about the work that you did together with Jaime Ruiz, in addition to highlighting the great person that he was seeing for the well-being of others.


“I deeply regret the death of Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, a great ally and friend of the @udlap. We give our condolences to his family and companions.”


The Mexican Stock Exchange also tweeted about the unfortunate loss of the Ruiz Sacristan, even in the name of the team sent their heartfelt condolences.


“It is with deep sadness to inform you that the Lic Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, President of its Board of Directors, passed away today. Managers and staff we send our condolences to his family and friends, we regret this sensitive loss. Rest in Peace”.


Jaime Ruiz Sacristán to mid-march, he returned to Mexico on a flight from Vail, Colorado where he also traveled José Kuri Harfush, director of the Financial Group Inbursa, who also tested positive to the disease, and because of his state of health, there was confusion about their presumed death.