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Dynasties’ silent revolution

Over the next decade, the largest fortunes in Latin America will be passed on to a younger generation. The transition will transform the way in which business is run in the region. Who will be the successors? And, how will the new leaders differ from their forefathers? In Argentina, the country’s third richest man, Gregorio Pérez Companc, is in his late seventies and reported to be in frail health. In recent years, he has gifted parts of his energy and agriculture conglomerate to his wife and seven children. Colombia’s richest man, Luis Carlos Sarmiento, turned 80 this year and is […]
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