Bloomberg Línea presents the list of the 100 Most Influential Latinos around the world

The list introduces business personalities, entrepreneurs, executives, scientists, and artists with Latin American heritage who are making it happen outside of the region

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PRESS RELEASE — Bloomberg Línea, Latin America’s leading digital, financial, and business news multi-platform, presents the first edition of 100 Most Influential Latinos around the world. The editorial team comprises professionals in more than 15 countries in the Americas.

The list - available in Spanish, Portuguese - features the names of prominent business personalities, entrepreneurs, CXOs, scientists, and artists who are leaders and who are leaving a distinctive mark on the development of different industries around the globe.

There are names like the Mexican filmmakers Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro G. Iñárritu, as well as the Argentines Antonio Fabio Neri (CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise), the scientist Juan M. Maldacena, or Brazilians Camila Coelho, Ed Fleischmann (CEO of Edenred), and Ivana Ferreira (Nasdaq).

Founders and CEOs like the former New York Yankee Álex Rodríguez (A-Rod Corp.) and Antonio J. Gracias (Valor Equity Partners), also made it to the list. Plus, activists who seek improvements in the lives of millions, such as Luis Aragón (Border Angels), and artists who have tuned the whole world to the rhythms emanating from the region, such as Cardi B, Ozuna, Jennifer Lopez, Ana de Armas, Anya Taylor-Joy, Becky G, and more.

The List criteria

The editorial committee of Bloomberg Línea prepared this list based on proposals from the editors of the multimedia platform, who are located throughout the continent. Likewise, it reveals that they considered factors such as wealth creation, protection of social values, creativity in all fields, and contributions to science and culture.

Lists such as Latin America’s 500, the 100 Innovators of 2021, and 50 Women of Impact are part of Bloomberg Línea’s editorial offering and are complemented by its growing multiplatform content.

Consult the full list of 100 Most Influential Latinos