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Eduardo has 30+ years of experience as a CEO/COO, member of Boards of Directors and Consultor for senior management of companies. He was CEO of Globalstar de México, winning Enciclomedia, one of the largest projects worldwide, monitoring nearly 300,000 assets in Mexico; he sold a data transmission company to Telefónica de España with which they entered the Mexican market, and he was President of Globalstar Operators worldwide. As Vice President of Planning of Grupo Casa Autrey, he made acquisitions in the drug and office supplies industries, presenting before the competition authorities in Mexico.
In Consulting, he was at McKinsey & Company, where he carried out projects worldwide in the hotel, aviation, energy, banking and consumer products industries, highlighting the definition of the Independent Power Producers in Mexico. As a Partner of Kearney, he carried out projects of various kinds, highlighting an inorganic growth project for a leading telecommunications operator in Latin America, defining various investment alternatives between US$750M and US$1.0bn, and another project for a leading global technology company for the creation of smart manufacturing clusters in Mexico for the development of regional GDPs. At Deloitte, he was the Lead Partner for the entire Strategy and Operations Consulting practice. Eduardo has provided oral testimony in two international arbitration cases.
Eduardo has been a Counselor in fashion product companies, one of the leading digital marketing companies in Mexico and the International Strategy Association based in Chicago. He has also been a professor in the Master of Business Administration at ITAM, and in the School of Administration, Psychology and Actuary at Anáhuac University.
Eduardo is an Actuary from Anáhuac University receiving the National Actuary Award in 1991. He has a master’s degree in Business Administration from ITAM and Executive Education Courses from Stanford University in Finance and from the Wharton Business School in Strategy as well as a diploma in Corporate Governance from the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Eduardo was born in Mexico and speaks Spanish and English with certificates from Oxford and Cambridge.
Diego is an economist with more than 25 years of professional experience, specialized in damages valuation in International Arbitration, Regulation and Antitrust. He has provided written and oral testimony as well as expert advice in almost thirty cases for companies such as LECG, Compass Lexecon and Quadrant Economics. He has conducted damages assessments in different Latin-American countries, as well as economic and financial analysis related to sectors like power generation, oil & gas upstream, utilities, mining, telecommunications and tool concessions, among others.
He has been described in the Who’s Who Legal as “first class” and “a tough expert to find yourself opposing in an arbitration.”
In the regulatory field, Diego worked as a regulatory advisor on tariff and contractual reviews for the world’s largest concession in terms of airport coverage. In the public sector, he was in charge of fare subsidies for urban public transport for the main province of Argentina (Buenos Aires) from 2017 to 2019. In turn, Diego has carried out economic-financial valuations of mega transport projects such as the road corridor “Western Europe-Western China” in Kazakhstan, and others in Bolivia and Argentina for the World Bank and Fonplata. In energy matters, Diego has been involved in various projects such as: Analysis, revisions and tariff impacts for Eskom (South Africa), gas distributors and transporters of Chile and different Regulatory Commissions in Latin
Diego has a comprehensive knowledge of the forms that investment in infrastructure takes in Latin America and the Caribbean since he has led the Infralatam Project since 2012, sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Bank of Development for Latin America (CAF) and the United Nations. At Infralatam, Diego has reviewed and analyzed the different public-private partnerships and concessions through which infrastructure is invested in across 23 countries of the region.
Diego has a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and Msc. in Economics from the University of London (LSE).