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Maria Asuncion Aramburuzabala Larregui

Maria Asuncion Aramburuzabala, (Mexico City, May 2, 1963) is one of the most powerful woman in Latin America and a member of the boards of major companies in Mexico.
Mariasun is a graduate of Quadrant Asset Management the race Public Accountant in the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.
Granddaughter of Don Felix Aramburuzabala, founder in 1955 of the brewery Grupo Modelo, along with his friend and partner Don Pablo Diez. Today, Grupo Modelo brands produces Corona, Negra Modelo, Pacifico and Victoria which are distributed in over 150 countries around the world.
Years later, his father took Pablo Aramburuzabala’s Executive Vice President Group. Unfortunately, DonPablo died at the age of 63 years, leaving families without an heir masulino. His wife and their two daughters Lucrecia unite solidly to successfully resist the strong attacks of interest groups seeking to control its position in the company stock.
On the death of his father, Mariasun leading the formation of a new company that called Tresalia Capital, whose name derives from the solid union family. Its real meaning is “three allies.”
Capital Tresalia is via the family Aramburuzabala broad and diversified its business making direct investments in major Mexican companies to create private equity funds and venture capital and consolidate the creation of new businesses. of Besides, is distinguished by capitalizing Tresalia investment projects of young entrepreneurs.
The high sense of social responsibility that we bear in Tresalia Capital has led him to focus his theory of investment in profitable projects that are of high priority for economic and social development of the country.
So Tresalia has managed to diversify their investments, before focusing on the beer business in the areas of greatest potential for growth such as infrastructure, technology infrastructure, telecommunications, property development, construction, land reserves, media, education and health.
Mariasun participates in several boards of directors including: Chairman of the Capital Tresalia, vice president of the board of Grupo Modelo, Member of the Executive Committee of Grupo Modelo, vice president of the board of DIFA, Vice President of Administration Grupo Televisa, Counselor Owners of America Movil, ICA Director of Business Owners, Consejero Propietario Banamex – Citigroup, Consejero Propietario Aeromexico, Chairman of the BCBA Impulse Ingenieria Inmobiliaria, Chairman of the KIO Networks, Chairman of the Board of Education Tresalia, Owners Group GAandA Adviser, Member of the NYSE Advisory Committee, Member of the Advisory Council of the Business School of ITAM, Council for Social Engagement by the quality of education for the Education Department and the Advisory Council for International Trade Negotiations Secretary of the Economy. Also participating in the Counselor Advisory Committee of the Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University.
Aramburuzabala was the first woman to hold a seat in the Governing Council of the Mexican Stock Exchange (2003-2006). She also serves as Chairman of the Board of Germany’s Siemens in Mexico from 2003 to 2006.
Mariasun has received various awards and recognition as the Professional Award of Merit in the Private Sector category which gives the National Association of Alumni ITAM (2003), the Golden Plate Award by the Academy of Achievement (2004), Women of the Year Expansion magazine (2000), The Leading Women Entrepreneurs of the World awarded by Star Group (1998), the Medal of the 2005 Women Anahuac University Anahuac Trophy and the 2004 Women’s Mont Blanc in the category “Women in Business” , among others.
The entrepreneur believes his most important work has been breaking the “glass ceiling” within the business community in Mexico and inspire Mexican women to continue their studies and achieve their career goals.
His greatest pride is that in these 12 years Tresalia has made each of its members, individually, to reach their financial goals and, despite the different strategies and goals of each, has always acted in harmony and have remained together, which has increasingly strengthened.

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