ACES ‘ object is to develop higher education programs. It was incorporated and granted legal status by Argentina’s Department of Justice’s Resolution Number 5025 on September 18, 1979. ACES is also registered at Argentina’s National Register for Charitable Institutions, as per the nation’s Social Development Secretariat’s Resolution Number 3913, dated November 20, 1995. In 1978, ACES founded IAE (Instituto de Altos Estudios Empresariales), the University’s current Management and Business School. In 1989, the institution decided to launch a project to create today’s Universidad Austral.

executive committee of ACES

  • President
    Adolfo López Rouger
  • Vicepresident
    Carlos Olivieri
  • Secretary
    Guillermo Canova
  • Treasurer
    Miguel Vardé
  • Spokesman 1
    Cristina Fernández de Cronenbold
  • Spokesman 2
    Martha Eugenia Donicelli
  • Spokesman 3
    Dario Casapiccola
  • Substitute Spokesperson 1
    Alberto Carneiro
  • Substitute Spokesperson 2
    Adolfo Alberto López Rouger
  • Substitute Spokesperson 3
    Enzo Liubetich
  • Account Reviewer
    Bronislao Jandzio

ACES’ Board has created an Executive Committee to perform all tasks associated with Universidad Austral’s governance on its behalf, including Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and Dean appointments, investment and funding decisions, strategic planning, and compensation policies.


Miembro de la Junta Directiva Guillermo Fraile

Marcelo Suvá

Board Member
María Victoria Zingoni

Julián Rodríguez

Miembro de la Junta Directiva Javier Rodríguez Ruiz

Board Member
Javier Rodríguez Ruiz

Board Member
Fernando Fragueiro

Miembro de la Junta Directiva Guillermo Fraile

Board Member
Guillermo Fraile

Board Member
Gustavo Valle

Miembro de la Junta Directiva Guillermo Fraile

Board Member
Emilio López Gabeira

Board Member
Juan Cianciardo