LYNCHPIN Martín Werner

Jul 1, 2003

It must be satisfying to witness years of labor come to fruition. Martín Werner, managing director of Goldman Sachs' Mexico office, has dedicated almost his entire career at Mexico's ministry of finance to restoring his country's finances to health. Werner, now 40, joined the ministry as a postgraduate student and spent 14 years there until he quit to join Goldman Sachs in 2001.

He entered the prestigious Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México just as the debt crisis hit in 1982. "It...

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