Chief Executive Officer of Cinépolis, the largest film exhibition company in Latin America, with operations in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Central America, India, Spain and the United States. In terms of admissions, Cinépolis is the 2nd film exhibition chain globally, with 311 million attendees worldwide in 2016. He served as Mexico's Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and as Technical Secretary of the Social Cabinet of the Government of Mexico. He has worked for the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program in the areas of poverty and human development. He co-authored “Poverty, Human Development and Indigenous People in Latin America.” He is Chairman of the Mexican Business Council, of the Morelia International Film Festival and of Mexicanos Primero. He serves on the Boards of BBVA Bancomer, the Mexican Competitiveness Institute, the Sundance Institute and the Harvard Board of Overseers. 2012, Chair of the B20, the G20's Business Summit. He holds a BA in Economics from Harvard University, an MSc in Development Economics from the University of Oxford and an MBA from Harvard Business School.