Leonardo Orlando, the new head of the IRS after resignation of Ximena Amoroso
Posted On 16 Feb 2016
After one year and eleven months in office, Ximena Amoroso Iniguez resigned from her charge as general director of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Her exit was officialized on Monday through the Executive Order 914, signed by President Rafael Correa. It is still unknown if Amoroso will hold another position.
The replacement of the official will be Leonardo Orlando, who had been working as deputy director general of Tax Compliance, the second in command of the agency, according to the hierarchy of the IRS.