LT Announces BRAVO Award winners
Coldwell to accept the Transformational Leader of the Year Award for his role in shaping Mexico’s energy sector, while Ortiz to be honored with the BRAVO Legacy Award for his achievements and lasting impact in the hemisphere
MIAMI, Aug. 31, 2015 — Mexicans Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, secretary of Energy, and Guillermo Ortiz Martinez, economist, politician, former secretary of Finance and chairman of Banorte, will be presented with two of the Latin Trade’s 2015 BRAVO Business Awards.
Pedro Joaquin Coldwell will receive the BRAVO Award as 2015 Transformational Leader of the Year, and Guillermo Ortiz will be bestowed with the 2015 Legacy Award. Latin Trade Group, the leading provider of information and business services to companies operating in Latin America and the Caribbean, announced these winners today, and they join the list of six corporate winners and head of state, Horacio Cartes, President of Paraguay who were announced in the past weeks.
Secretary Coldwell will be recognized at the company’s signature event, the BRAVO Business Awards, on October 29, 2015 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami. The Legacy Award will be presented to Guillermo Ortiz, in special ceremony on October 28 in Miami. This year, the BRAVO Business Awards are celebrating 21 years recognizing excellence in leadership in the region.
“The selection of two Mexican winners comes at a moment when this country has gained a tremendously …
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