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Empresas ICA: Ready to tackle Mexico’s infrastucture

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LBC spoke with ICA CFO Victor Bravo Martín about how the company will take advantage of this exciting time for Mexico.

For more than 25 years, Víctor Bravo Martín has worked as CFO at infrastructure firm Empresas ICA, a company involved in the construction of ports, airports, railways, hydroelectric projects, subways, oil refineries and housing, among others, in Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean.

Bravo was involved in ICA’s public offering at the Mexican and New York stock markets in 1992, and Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte’s public offering in the Mexican Stock Exchange and Nasdaq in 2006. He has also led equity issues and finance transactions for projects including the Corredor Sur toll road in Panama, and El Cajón hydroelectric power plant in the western Mexican state of Nayarit.

Additionally, Latin Trade honored Bravo as its CFO of the year at its 2012 Mexico event, and is delighted to have his participation on our CFO advisory board for Mexico events. LBC spoke with Bravo about what has changed since his award, the current outlook for his company, and future projects for ICA.

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