Wilson Center Experts

Guillermo Jasson

Mexico Institute, Advisory Board Member
Mexico Institute

Expertise:
Mexico
Affiliation:
President, CrossFields Capital

Managing Partner at Cross Fields Capital focused on advisory and investing in private equity and distressed asset opportunities in Latin America and US. He serves on: Kraft Foods’ global advisory board, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Mexico Institute as chair of the Strategy Committee, Smithsonian Institution’s Latino Center as board vice-chair and Governance and Nominations Committee chair; Tuck MBA Advisory Board at Dartmouth and is co-president and advisory board member of the Tuck Club of New York.

He has extensive financial and managerial experience in Latin America and Europe. He was a consultant with McKinsey & Co from 1990-1997 based out of Europe working in multiple countries. He then joined Morgan Stanley as an investment banker and became CEO of Latin America reporting to the President, He was Head of Investment Banking and M&A for Latin America, a member of the global M&A department and a member of the Firm’s Operating Risk Management Committee.

Guillermo is a former member of the Group of Latin American Bank CEOs at the Institute of International Finance and a former board member at the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce.

He earned an industrial engineering degree from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and an M.B.A. from the Tuck School at Dartmouth.

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