Interview with Federico Greppi, CFO, Latin America and Caribbean, Marriott

Political risk has increased in Latin America, marked by an anti-establishment change in the region and in the world. It is a tangible risk because it leaves investments on hold during electoral contests. In this interview, Federico Greppi, CFO, Latin America and Caribbean, Marriot, talks about those political shifts and their effects, as well as a financial executive’s work against the risk of cyber-attacks and against culturally accepted practices that are not always beneficial. What are the risks that have grown in importance in recent years and how are you mitigating them? We focus primarily on economic risks, political risk in Latin America, natural disasters risk and security risks. Does that work include physical security? Yes. Against organized crime or […]

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