Gabriel Casillas, formerly chief Mexico economist for JPMorgan Chase & Co., took the job as top economist and head of research at Grupo Financiero Banorte SAB, he said in a phone interview from Mexico City.
The end of a decade-long boom driven by cheap money and strong commodity prices has deeply divided Latin America between fast-growth countries along the Pacific coast and stragglers on the Atlantic.
The world’s richest man is proving better at generating wealth for himself than the 1.1 million Mexican pensioners investing with him.
"There's a lot of political pressure."
- Gabriel Casillas on Jul 08, 2014