Roundtable with Citi: Views on Latin America

Latin America is at the crossroads of a new economic paradigm. The region can no longer depend on commodities for growth, meaning countries have resorted to new ways to seek boosts to their economies. Against this backdrop, Latin Trade met with senior leaders from Citi Latin America, headed by CEO Jane Fraser, for a roundtable to explore how global financiers are assessing Latin America’s juncture. During the meeting, Latin Trade and Citi executives discussed topics such as GDP growth perspectives, banking sector trends, the banking industry workplace and corporate social responsibility. See the full story below. (PDF opens in a new tab, click on the blue link on the next page. For certain browsers, it will download automatically to the […]

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