November 2013
Latin Trade (English);Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p54
An interview with Luis Carlos Sarmiento Gutiérrez, chief executive officer of conglomerate Grupo Aval, is presented. He talks about the process of their internationalization into Central America, their worries about management training and currency risk, and the next step to buy into other countries in Central America. Also mentioned are their decision making process, the most important decision made in the Latin American financial sector, and the characteristics of new leaders.


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