(Bloomberg) -- O BTG Pactual planeja se expandir em todas as áreas essenciais do banco no Chile no ano que vem e mais que dobrar sua unidade de crédito no país. "No ramo de banco de investimento, a ideia é encerrar algumas das operações em que temos trabalhado, como a venda da Banmédica ao United Health Group e a reestruturação da Enel", disse Juan Guillermo Agüero, CEO do banco no Chile, em entrevista, em Santiago.
Billionaire Sebastian Pinera swept to victory in the second round of Chile’s presidential election, putting him back in charge of Latin America’s wealthiest country after four years of anemic growth that drew millions of voters to his pro-business agenda. It was a victory for those who believe fervently in growth first -- and equality second -- and it was one that had suddenly looked in doubt in the final days of the campaign.
A return for Pinera to the presidency would provide a respite for industry after four years of the most radical reforms in three decades under President Michelle Bachelet, including increased corporate taxes and moves to empower labor unions. While saying he won’t overturn those reforms, he has backed a limited reduction in corporate taxes. By contrast, Guillier had portrayed himself as the continuity of Bachelet’s government with a spending program that he estimates at $10 billion.
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