Investors Await Humala’s Choice for FinMin

Jun 7, 2011

With Ollanta Humala winning Peru’s presidential elections over the weekend, investors are now turning their attention to his choices for central bank governor and minister of finance as they look for clues to how the left-wing candidate will manage the country’s booming economy. A Goldman Sachs research report identifies Kurt Borneo, former vice minister of finance, and Oscar Dancourt, former president of...

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“The crisis has been a setback for reserve diversification."

Jan Dehn, Ashmore Investment Management