Alejandro Grisanti

“For Venezuela, being an oil country isn’t necessarily a curse”

Venezuelans will vote on April 14 for the second time in six months, although this time without Hugo Chávez. Very few analysts think that opposition candidate Henrique Capriles will defeat VP and ex unionist Nicolás Maduro. Among a huge political turmoil, investors keep waiting. What will happen to the oil industry? And what about multinationals? Venezuelan Alejandro Grisanti Capriles, Director of Latin America Research & Strategy at Barclays Capital answered to these questions for The Corner at New York’s Met Life landmark skyscraper.