The CFO of Colombia’s largest company on her conservative approach to debt.
BY JOHN OTIS
BOGOTA – When Adriana Echeverri applied for a junior position at Ecopetrol in 1994, the state-run oil and gas company was so lumbering and bureaucratic that the selection process took nine months. It was, says Echeverri - a mother of two - “like a pregnancy.”
But for both sides her arrival was worth the wait.
Bogota native is one of the few women to hold such a high position in the energy sector. She’s also been a key player in...
Echeverri quickly moved up the corporate ladder and was named Ecopetrol’s chief financial officer in 2007. The