CONNECTOR Guillermo Jasson

CONNECTOR Guillermo Jasson


Argentine-born Guillermo Jasson, Morgan Stanley's head of investment banking for Brazil and the Southern cone, bristles with intensity and energy. He is building Morgan Stanley into a leader in corporate debt restructuring, using relationships that he built up during his years working in mergers and acquisitions. He trained as an industrial engineer and worked in Argentina before earning an MBA at Dartmouth in 1990. He joined McKinsey as a consultant in Europe, where he learned about corporate finance and cross-border M&A. Then he turned his sights back on Latin America. "It was 1997 and Latin America became very appealing," says Jasson. "There were a lot of trends I had seen in

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