Luis Caputo had been head of LatAm trading at Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan, but he’d never done a deal as important as the one facing him at the start of 2016. Few — if any — bankers ever do. Argentina’s finance secretary, known in the market as “Toto”, led the nation’s negotiations with holdout creditors, achieving a faster and cheaper resolution than most expected. This has left Caputo confident that the government will be able to do just as good a job in tackling the outstanding issues facing the economy.
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