Eduardo Ortega

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Eduardo has more than 27 years of work experience as an executive specialized in Human Resources. He has worked in various sectors such as Financial, Technology and Retail.

He began his career in Ripley where he participated in the company's incursion into the high-income segment with the opening of the Parque Arauco store. After that, he joined Canon to support the company's transition in its office equipment business, from analog and stand-alone technology, to digital-connected, and must align the knowledge and skills of the organization's professionals . Later, he assumed the position of Human Resources Manager in Oracle with responsibilities over Chile and Peru.

In 2003 he moved to the bank as Vice President of Human Resources of Scotiabank, where he was responsible for incorporating the policies and best practices of the Canadian bank to its subsidiary in Chile; lead change management programs in support of ERP systems change projects and new business model programs for retail banking; participate in the design of an advanced Talent Management and Leadership program at a global level and lead its implementation in Chile; directing several due diligence and acquisition processes, both in Chile and Peru. Finally, in 2015, she created the SMART HR Consultancy specialized in Executive Coaching and
Organizational development.

He joined Equation Partners in 2017 as a Consulting Partner, leading search processes for clients in the financial, industrial, energy, automotive and mass consumption sectors, in various areas, such as Commercial, Operational Excellence, Audit, Finance, among others. In addition to the above, Eduardo has directed Individual Coaching and Management Team programs for important local and international companies.


Organizational Psychologist of the U of Chile, Master in Management Skills of the Adolfo Ibáñez University, attended the Advanced Management Program of the ESE of the University of Los Andes and is an Executive Coach certified by the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.


Companies can achieve extraordinary goals when they manage to articulate human teams that share a purpose, that have the skills and values necessary to face the constant challenges imposed by their environment and support them with leaders capable of stimulating them to develop their talents.