Mexican president switches finance team

Mexico’s president has proposed a new — but familiar — director of public credit amid a reshuffle at the country's finance ministry. The move was triggered by the resignation of deputy finance minister Vanessa Rubio, who will coordinate the market favourite’s presidential campaign.

  • By Oliver West
  • 22 Jan 2018

President Enrique Peña Nieto, who will leave office after presidential elections on July 1, has proposed that Juan Pablo Newman Aguilar become director of public credit and thus take charge of sovereign debt issuance.

Newman has resigned as chief financial officer of Pemex — the state-owned oil company that ...

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