AS/COA President and CEO Susan Segal is recognized for the second time as one of Latin America's Top 25 Businesswomen in a ranking released by Latin Trade, publisher of Latin Trade magazine and Latintrade.com. The ranking names the most powerful businesswomen from or operating in the region and includes an overview of their backgrounds, studies, and net worths where available. “The women in the list have been chosen due to their key positions at the top of the largest corporations working in or with the region,” writes Latin Trade. “They have also been drivers of mergers, acquisitions, and an array of deals that have led to expansion or improvement of their companies' position, all while navigating through the current economic and political headwinds in Latin America and the world.”
Read more about what makes Susan Segal one of the outstanding women in the hemisphere:
"Susan Segal was elected to her current position in August 2003, after a career of more than 30 years in Latin America’s private sector. During that time, Segal has served as: partner and Latin American Group head at JPMorgan Partners/Chase Capital Partners and Senior managing director focused on Emerging Markets Investment Banking and Capital Markets at MHT, Chemical, and Chase Banks. Segal is also a director of the Tinker Foundation, Scotiabank, MercadoLibre, and the Latin American Venture Capital Association, and has won several awards including the Orden Bernardo O’Higgins (Chile); Orden de San Carlos (Colombia) and the Orden Mexicana del Águila Azteca (Mexico)."