Tackling Mexico's Pension Funds
Vicente Corta seems irresistibly drawn to Mexico's finances. After three short months in private legal practice as a partner at White & Case's Mexico City's office, Corta is back in the public spotlight as president of Consar, the country's pension fund regulator. His return to government work is no surprise. For more than a decade, he worked in Mexico's finance ministry and later headed IPAB, the country's bank deposit insurance agency.
There is general consensus that Mexico's retirement system needs an overhaul. Ever since the government created pension funds in 1997, rules ha
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