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MEXICOVC DAY

7 y 8 de Febrero 2024

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¿Qué es la AMEXCAP?

La Asociación Mexicana de Capital Privado, A.C. (AMEXCAP) fundada en 2003, es una organización sin fines de lucro, cuya misión es fomentar el desarrollo de la industria de Capital Privado y Capital Emprendedor en México.

¿Porque debería asistir al evento?

Debido al asombroso crecimiento de la industria de Capital de Riesgo en México y la importancia de promover las oportunidades y los retos para invertir en este sector entre potenciales inversionistas y actores clave, Amexcap está organizando el México VC Day en NY en febrero 2023.

  • Reuniremos con los más relevantes GPs mexicanos y LPs internacionales con sede en NY.
  • Contaremos con la participación de ponentes especializados para dar a conocer los sectores, casos de éxito y el panorama de inversión en México.
  • El objetivo principal es fomentar las relaciones que puedan ayudar a todos los participantes a identificar oportunidades de inversión.

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Panelistas 2024

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Liliana Reyes
AMEXCAP
CEO

Mtra. Liliana Reyes Castrejón

Directora General, AMEXCAP

Experiencia

Liliana es la Directora General de AMEXCAP a partir de abril de 2018, antes de esto fue Directora de Capital Emprendedor en el Instituto Nacional de Emprendedor, cuenta con más de 15 años de experiencia en la banca de desarrollo en áreas de evaluación de proyectos, asistencia técnica y diseño, desarrollo y administración de proyectos con fondeo de organismos financieros internacionales.

También ha trabajado como consultora independiente para organismos multilaterales como el FOMIN y el Banco Mundial para proyectos de desarrollo económico local, cambio climático y proyectos de transporte sustentable.

Educación

Es egresada de la carrera de Relaciones Internacionales por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México y cuenta con una maestría en Desarrollo Económico Local de la London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) en Londres, Inglaterra y con un máster en Cooperación Internacional y Gestión de Proyectos del Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset en Madrid, España. Asimismo, cuenta con un Diploma en Capital Privado de la Escuela de Negocios IPADE.

Liliana Reyes
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Raúl Gallegos
AMEXCAP
President

En mayo de 2016, Raúl Gallegos se unió al grupo de gestión de activos de Credit Suisse para desarrollar y liderar una nueva plataforma de préstamos inmobiliarios mediante el lanzamiento de un fondo especializado (CBFI) centrado en la emisión de préstamos para propiedades generadoras de ingresos. Las clases de activos objetivo para este vehículo incluyen edificios de oficinas, centros comerciales, propiedades industriales y hoteles.

El fondo fue cerrado exitosamente en el 3T17 ya la fecha ha invertido más de $17 mil millones de pesos.

Raúl es Ingeniero Civil de la Universidad Anáhuac y tiene un MBA de la Universidad de Columbia en Nueva York.

Raúl Gallegos
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Pablo Coballasi
PC CAPITAL
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Pablo is as Co-founder and Managing Director of PC Capital. Before PC Capital, Pablo worked as a Vice President for FondElec Group in Stamford, Connecticut, where he helped managed a Private Equity portfolio of primarily energy and telecom investments in Latin America. Prior to FondElec, he was a consultant for Deloitte Consulting/Braxton Associates where he worked with clients in Mexico, Argentina, Central America, and the United States. Pablo holds a BE in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Management of Technology from Vanderbilt University, and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Pablo is a member of the Board of AMEXCAP, Medios Cattri, Netwey, Rancho los Molinos, Te Creemos Holding, and the Mercersburg Academy, his alma matter.
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Jimena Pardo
Hi Ventures
Managing Partner
Jimena, also known as Pime, is Managing Partner and Co-Founder at Hi Ventures (formerly ALLVP), a leading investment fund committed to supporting founders solving Latin America’s greatest problems through technology. The fund’s portfolio features a selection of the region’s most promising companies, including Fintual, Nuvocargo, Flink, Senzai, and many more. Their investments have led to some of the highest realized returns in the region, driven by their successful exits, most notably that of Cornershop.   Specializing in early-stage, Jimena focuses in fintech, ecommerce, smart cities, and human capital sectors. Her most recent investments are in Mendel, and SenzAI. She holds board seats at Dentalia, Mendel and Slang and she currently serves as a Board Member of AMEXCAP (Mexican Private Equity and Venture Capital Association).   Before her role at Hi Ventures, Jimena was Product Growth Manager in Meta/Facebook where she oversaw user growth for Spanish-speaking Latin America. Prior to Meta, she co-founded and led Carrot carsharing as CEO, a venture-backed company which was Hi Ventures first investment in 2012. Prior to Carrot, she was Product Manager at Hewlett-Packard.   Educational, Personal, and Fellowship   Jimena is a Kauffman Fellow and Endeavor Entrepreneur. She holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Iberoamericana, and has further specialized in Business Creation and Growth at ITAM (Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico).
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Adam Ritter
Bessemer Trust
Vicepresident
Mr. Ritter is Vice President and Private Equity Analyst at Bessemer Trust. In this role, he is responsible for private equity and venture capital fund due diligence, as well as the administration of the Fifth Avenue Private Equity Funds. Prior to joining Bessemer, Adam worked for the Treasurer’s office at The Rockefeller Foundation. Before that, he worked at Merrill Lynch in the Financial Institutions group, focused on Latin America. Adam earned a B.A. in psychology from the University of Tampa.
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Adriana Tortajada
1200 VC
Managing Partner
After 20 years of pioneering the VC industry in Mexico and Latin America, since January 2022, Adriana is the CEO and Managing Partner of the Twelve Hundred VC (“1200 VC”) Fund, an early-stage investment platform that invests in fund managers and founders shaping the future of humanity. Its focus is on seeking transformative technologies and regional value creation, which will accelerate a positive impact on the planet and society. She started her career in VC in 2003, motivated by the possibility of mobilizing capital to address unmet needs and empower founders with innovative solutions. She held important positions catalyzing industry formation and development and building the entrepreneurisl ecosystem, launching public policy in government, leding the national fund of funds as an allocator, and several roles in the private sector, building entrepreneurial efforts for big banks. A tireless pursuer of excellence through hard work and determination. Adriana is a member of Class 16 of the Kauffman VC Fund Managers Program (Kauffman Fellows Program). KFP’s mission is to develop the world’s next generation of Venture Capital leaders. She completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance at the University of Guadalajara (1999), and his Master’s Degree in Public Administration at the Ortega y Gasset University Institute in Madrid, Spain (2002). In 2009, he completed the “Open Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship” program at the University of California, Berkeley Hass School of Business. In 2006, she was recognized as one of the 30 professional promises in her 30 years in Mexico, a classification by the EXPANSIÓN business magazine (“30 promises in their 30s”) and in 2017 she received the “Successful Trajectory Award” from the AMEXCAP (Mexican Private Equity Association) and was recognized as “The Scholar of the Year” of the MOB Scholarships, an association of recognized excellence that contributes to the development of Mexico through the support of postgraduate higher education and the promotion of its graduates. She has been a mentor, speaker, panelist and jury member on entrepreneurship, innovation, impact and investment initiatives in America, Europe and Asia, for almost two decades.
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Agustín Rotondo
WAYRA
Managing Director
Agustín is the Managing Director of Wayra Hispam, leading the Corporate Venture Capital strategy for the Telefonica Movistar Group in Spanish speaking Latam. He is an Industrial Engineer graduated from ITBA and holds a dual MBA degree from ESIC in Madrid and SISU University in Shanghai. After holding various global roles within the Telefonica Group, he joined Wayra in 2020, first as Argentina’s Country Manager and then as Regional Director. Additionally, Agustín is a Board Member of AMEXCAP and actively participates in promoting Venture Capital in Latin America and Europe.
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Aldo Alvarez
CITI
LATAM Head of Strategic Investments
Aldo Alvarez is responsible of structuring and making venture strategic principal investments in fintechs on behalf of Citi’s core businesses throughout LATAM and North America. His work focuses on exploring investment opportunities (Seed to Pre-IPO) in fintech platforms within the areas of lending (credit), receivable financing (ABS), cross border payments and currency exchanges (FX). Other relevant investment areas include: Asset management, private credit, securities services, custody of assets, commodities, equities and fixed income trading platforms as well as financial markets infrastructure, fintech technology solutions, and market data & analytics providers. He also explores potential LP investment opportunities in venture funds that might be a fit for Citi.
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Ana Laura Fernández
Fondo de Fondos
Deputy Director of Impact Investing

Ana Laura Fernández is Fondo de Fondos’ Deputy Director of Impact Investing. Ana Laura is responsible for the impact strategy of Fondo de Fondos and is in charge of the Latam Impact Fund, with AUM of more than $70 million USD.

Ana Laura has more than 18 years of experience leading Financing and Investment Programs in Mexico´s Development Bank Nacional Financiera, with a BA and a postgraduate degree in Finance from Tec de Monterrey. In Nacional Financiera she participated in the design and administration of several programs like Supply Chain Development, Green Bank and Microfinance. During her last assignment in the Development Bank, Ana Laura administrated the investment in more than 50 seed and venture capital funds and participated in their investment committees. She also participated in the Boards of the direct investments that included companies of the Conacyt Portfolio (43 companies- 11 active) and the Seed Program (16 companies).

She has been invited as speaker to promote Impact Investing in events like the VC Latam Summit in Miami, the World Agritech Summit in Sao Paulo, Col Capital Summit and the first Impact Investing Encounter in Bogotá, SOCAP in San Francisco, the FLII in Mérida and Guatemala and the Global Steering Group Summit in Malaga.

Board member in Acelera (Anahuac University) and president of the Alianza por la Inversión de Impacto México (AIIMx).

Teacher in the Venture Capital Diploma (Anahuac University), giving the Impact Investing Module.

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Andre Maciel
Volpe Capital
Founder
André co-founded Volpe Capital with the goal of creating a hands-on VC-growth investment firm where founders can rely on a high investment professional to portfolio company ratio for value added support. The objective of Volpe is to create value through long term sustainable growth. Before Volpe, André was a Founding Managing Investment Partner at SoftBank Latin America, co-founder of 30 Knots Capital and Managing Director of J.P. Morgan, where he spent nearly 17 years in Investment Banking and Private Equity and was involved in over 100 transactions with a focus on the technology space. André is currently a Board Member of Banco Inter and is an Endeavor Mentor, having participated in its selection panels.
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Ariane Ortiz
Moody’s Investors Service
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer Latin America Credit Strategy & Research

Ariane Ortiz-Bollin is Vice President – Senior Credit Officer in the Credit Strategy and Research Americas team at Moody’s Investors Service. She leads cross-sector analytic initiatives, strategic research, and outreach in Latin America. Ariane chairs an internal Latin America Credit Council, working closely on credit strategy with senior leaders of Ratings & Research and other Credit Strategy & Standards functions within Moody’s. She is tasked with ensuring global analytical consistency with other regional credit strategy functions and foster collaboration across analytical teams.

Before her current role, Ariane was part of the Global Emerging Markets team, responsible for generating house views, decision enabling insights and research that leveraged the thought leadership of Moody’s emerging market analysts around the world. Ariane also led the implementation of Moody’s emerging markets outreach strategy, including hosting Moody’s Emerging Markets Decoded podcast.

Ariane spent a decade as a sovereign analyst, managing a portfolio of sovereigns and multilateral development banks in Latin America and the Caribbean, including Mexico, Chile and the International Finance Corporation, leading the internal rating committee discussions for her portfolio of credits, country and region-specific publications, and meetings with government officials. Ariane also led several high impact analytic and data systems projects for the Sovereign group, partnering with several teams across Moody’s.

Before joining Moody’s Sovereign Risk Group in 2011, Ariane was a research analyst at the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia University, prior to which she was a corporate credit analyst in Citi-Banamex in Mexico. Ariane graduated with Honors in Economics from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) and has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University.

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Carlos Alonso Torras
Fintech Collective
Partner
Carlos is a Partner on the investments team at FinTech Collective and leads the firm’s work in emerging markets. Prior to joining FinTech Collective, Carlos was COO of Suyo – a Colombian, VC-backed tech startup focused on property document formalization, which he helped scale to four different cities. Previously, he began his career as an FX options trader for JPMorgan Chase’s NYC desk. Carlos received a BA & BS (magna cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania’s Huntsman Program. He completed an MBA at Wharton and MPA at the Harvard Kennedy School. He has lived in ten cities across six different countries and is fluent in four languages.
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Carlos Ramos de la Vega
LAVCA
Director of Venture Capital
Carlos Ramos de la Vega is the Director of Venture Capital at LAVCA. In this role, Carlos coordinates the organization’s relationships with venture investors, maintains the LatAm Venture Bulletin, the industry’s leading source of VC/tech news in the region, and supports the generation of products and services for Latin America’s venture capital community. Carlos is also on the Mexican Council of Foreign Relations (COMEXI), where he was nominated to aid in building bridges between Mexico and other global markets. Prior to joining LAVCA, Carlos was an Analyst within the Mergers & Acquisition Group in UBS based in New York, where he was responsible for the analysis and due diligence of cross-border transactions between the United States and the United Kingdom. Prior to joining UBS, Carlos was a consultant for the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO) and Microsoft supporting the production of “Mexico’s ITC Entrepreneurs”, a comprehensive study of the state of the technology ecosystem in Mexico aimed at fostering public-private partnerships and institutional cooperation. Carlos also served as the Coordinator for the Mexican Stock Exchange’s integration into the Latin American Integrated Market (MILA), and led the development of the technology innovation index used by UC Berkeley’s Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology as a benchmark to support the University’s network-wide strategic initiatives. Carlos is an Ambassador for Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO). He received his B.S. in Economics with honors distinction and Minors in Industrial Engineering and Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
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Claudio González
NUVOCARGO
HEAD OF STRATEGY

Claudio González is Vice President of Growth and Business Development at Nuvocargo, a digital freight forwarder simplifying US-MX cross-border trade. Since its inception in 2019, Nuvocargo has raised over $75M from some of the world’s leading investors such a Y Combinator, Tiger Global, QED Investors, Hi and NFX.

Before Nuvocargo, Claudio was an investigative journalist in Mexico focused on corruption. He started his career with McKinsey & Company in their Silicon Valley office. Claudio holds a degree in Economics from Harvard University, a Master in Public Policy from Oxford University, and a Master in Business Administration from Stanford University.

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Cristóbal Silva Bengolea
FEN VENTURES
Managing Partner
Cristóbal is a lawyer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC) and holds a Master’s in Laws from Northwestern Law School, as well as a Certificate in Management from Kellogg School of Management. He has been leading Fen Ventures for 12 years, one of the most active venture capital firms in Latin America, focusing on early-stage investments in startups in the region. As the managing partner, he is also a professor at PUC, serves on various company boards, was a director of the Chilean Association of Investment Fund Administrators (ACAFI), and mentors entrepreneurs.
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Diego Serebrisky
DALUS CAPITAL
Co-founder and Managing Partner

Diego Serebrisky is a pioneer and recognized investor in Latin America. As Co-founder and Managing Partner of Dalus Capital, a Mexico-based venture capital fund (formerly Alta Ventures Mexico), Diego’s expertise in identifying and nurturing early-stage Latin American startups has been invaluable. He focuses on four key investment areas: inclusion (fintech, ed-tech, health tech, and HRtech), climate innovation, business productivity, and digital consumers.

Throughout his career, Diego has led vital investments for Dalus and holds board positions in successful startups, including Clip and Technisys, both of which have achieved unicorn status. He also serves on the boards of Kubo Financiero, Xertica, UnDosTres, Aptuno, Bankingly, DecisionNext, and ZeBrands (as an observer). Diego was a board member at Technisys until the company was acquired by SoFi.

Before founding Dalus Capital, Diego held the position of Managing Director at Advent International, a leading global private equity fund. During his 15-year tenure, he worked in their Mexico City office before relocating to Bogota, Colombia, where he successfully launched and headed Advent’s Colombian office.

Before embarking on his investment career, Diego honed his strategic skills as a consultant with McKinsey & Co., working across diverse locations such as Caracas, Venezuela, Johannesburg, South Africa, and New York City, providing strategic advice to high-profile clients.

A dedicated advocate for the private equity and venture capital industry, Diego served as President of AMEXCAP (the Mexican Private Equity Association) from 2008 to 2009 and as a board member from 2017 to 2019. Additionally, he was a founding member of ColCapital (the Colombian Private Equity Association) and served on its board until 2016.

Passionate about fostering entrepreneurial growth, Diego is an avid contributor to the entrepreneurial ecosystems in Mexico and other Latin American countries. He shares his insights and expertise on entrepreneurship and venture capital, as well as his advocacy for climate change solutions, through his blog at serebrisky.com.

Diego holds a Computer Engineering degree, summa cum laude, from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela, and an MBA from the prestigious MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Edgar Díaz Garcilazo
AFORE PENSIONISSSTE
Executive Chairman
Maestro Edgar Díaz Garcilazo Academic Background Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); Master’s in Economic Development and Economic Policy Analysis from the University of Southampton (Chevening Scholar). In addition to the above, he has completed a wide range of courses in economic and financial topics, such as Financial Derivatives, Investment Analysis, and the Implementation of Public-Private Partnership Projects.   Work Experience He has over 20 years of professional experience in the public sector, during which he has held managerial positions in various financial, economic analysis, and customer service areas, conducting himself with integrity, transparency, responsibility, and dedication. He served as an Advisor on Economic and Financial Matters in the Honorable Chamber of Deputies within the Budget and Public Accounts Committee and the Finance and Public Credit Committee. He was the Director of Macroeconomic and Sectoral Studies at the Center for Public Finance Studies in the Honorable Chamber of Deputies, and later became the Director-General of the same Center. He was appointed General Treasurer of the Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers (ISSSTE) and served as Chief of Income Services at the Housing Fund of the Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers (FOVISSSTE). He held the position of Deputy Director-General of Banking Operations at the Treasury of the Federation of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit before rejoining the ISSSTE in 2019 as Normative Director of Economic, Social, and Cultural Benefits, a position he held until September 15, 2021. He currently serves as the Executive Chairman of the National Pension Fund for State Workers (PENSIONISSSTE).
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Edgar Torres
Google Cloud México
Financial Services & Fintech Leader. Venture Capital Program Manager
Edgar Torres has 25 years of experience in the technology industry, helping clients from different sectors and sizes in their Digital Transformation process. He has collaborated with companies such as Oracle, SAP, IBM, Microsoft and Salesforce. He has led consulting and commercial teams in projects ranging from infrastructure modernization, business process management, to complex CRM, Analytics, ERP, SCM processes, among others. He is currently responsible for the Fintech Practice for Google Cloud Mexico and leads the working group with Venture Capitals in Mexico and some Latin American countries.   Edgar is a Digital Systems Engineer from Escuela Superior de Cómputo, and has a postgraduate degree by MTIA from ITAM and Fintech Industry by Wharton School.
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Eduardo Clavé
DILA Capital
Co-founder and Managing Partner
Eduardo Clavé es Director General y Co-Fundador de DILA Capital. Cuenta con más de 18 años de experiencia en gestión internacional e instituciones financieras, logrando desarrollar en México y América Latina un portafolio de nuevas empresas con impacto a través de la innovación y el emprendimiento.   Eduardo comenzó su carrera en UBS Investment Banking en México y Nueva York, donde adquirió experiencia en fusiones y adquisiciones, mercados de deuda, acciones y reestructuración corporativa en América Latina. También trabajó en Lehman Brothers Londres, ampliando su conocimiento de los mercados emergentes.   En 2009, fundó Innova-Mex Capital, un search fund en México que se formó para identificar, adquirir y operar una empresa privada existente con valor inicial de entre US$5 y US$15 millones. En 2010, adquirió Enkontrol, la compañía de software líder en la industria de la construcción, donde actuó como co-CEO durante 6 años; estuvo a cargo de más de 220 empleados, así como oficinas en Monterrey, México y Bogotá.   Actualmente es miembro del Consejo de Administración de más de 10 empresas en México, América Latina y Estados Unidos.   Eduardo se graduó de Ingeniería Industrial en la Universidad Iberoamericana y tiene un MBA de Harvard Business School.
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Elena Amato
COMMUNITY INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (CIM)
Managing Director
Elena Amato serves as a Managing Director on the Investment team and is based out of New York City. Prior to joining CIM, she led business development efforts in New York for DealVector, a fintech analytics firm focused on structured credit. Previously, she was a co-founder, partner, and investment officer at GMG Investment Advisors, a global Emerging Markets asset manager where she was responsible for various aspects of the strategy including managing private credit and impact investment portfolios. Mrs. Amato previously held positions at Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs, where she was part of their Emerging Markets interest rate, currency and derivatives structuring and sales businesses. Mrs. Amato started her career at Cargill Financial Services as an Emerging Markets trader. Mrs. Amato holds a M.B.A. in Finance from Columbia Business School and a B.S. in Finance and International Business from the University of Northwestern.  
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Agenda (2024)

9:00 am

9:15 am

9:00 am
9:15 am

Welcoming Remarks

  • Liliana Reyes, CEO, AMEXCAP
  • Jorge Islas López, Consul General of Mexico in New York

9:15 am

9:45 am

9:15 am
9:45 am

Mexican Venture Capital Overview

  • Jimena Pardo, Managing Partner, Hi Ventures
  • Edgar Torres, Financial Services & Fintech Leader. Venture Capital Program Manager, Google Cloud

9:45 am

10:15 am

9:45 am
10:15 am

The Mexican Macroeconomic Perspective in an Election Year in Mexico and the USA

  • Ernesto Revilla, Managing Director | Chief Economist, Latin America, Citi
  • Ariane Ortiz-Bollin, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer Latin America Credit Strategy & Research, Moody’s Investors Service
    Moderator:
  • Raúl Gallegos, President, AMEXCAP

10:15 am

10:45 am

10:15 am
10:45 am

How technology startups are taking advantage of nearshoring

  • Claudio González, Head Of Strategy, Nuvocargo
  • Javier Sánchez Aldana, Managing Partner, Carabela
    Moderator:
  • Luis González, Partner, Pérez Correa González

10:45 am

11:00 am

10:45 am
11:00 am

Break

11:00 am

11:40 am

11:00 am
11:40 am

Decoding Investor Priorities in Venture Capital Funding

  • Magdalena Coronel, CIO, BID Lab
  • Edgar Díaz Garcilazo, Vocal Ejecutivo, Afore Pensionissste
  • Adam Ritter, Vicepresident, Bessemer Trust
    Moderator:
  • Pablo Coballasi, Co-founder & Managing Director, PC Capital

11:40 am

12:10 pm

11:40 am
12:10 pm

Beyond profit. How VC is boosting the impact investing

  • Linda Rincón, Director of Experiences, The ImPact
  • Elena Amato, Managing Director, Community Investment Management (CIM)
  • Sandra Sainz, Managing Director / Private Investments, Sonen Capital
    Moderator:
  • Ana Laura Fernández, Subdirectora de Inversiones de Impacto, Fondo de Fondos

12:10 pm

12:50 pm

12:10 pm
12:50 pm

Trailblazing VC Success: Scaling Investments Across Borders from Mexico

  • Diego Serebrisky, Co-founder & Managing Partner, Dalus Capital
  • Eduardo Clave, Co-founder & Managing Partner, Dila Capital
  • Rafael De Haro, Co-founder & Managing Partner, Cometa
  • Rodrigo Sánchez, Venture Capital Investment Manager, Fondo de Fondos
    Moderator:
  • Ian Asvakovith, Co-Founder & CEO, Piedmont Fund Services

12:50 pm

1:20 pm

12:50 pm
1:20 pm

Unveiling Potential: Exploring Emerging Managers in Mexico's VC Landscape

  • Adriana Tortajada, Managing Partner, 1200 VC
  • Fernanda Márquez, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Pantera Venture Fund
  • Paula Giraldo, Partner, 30N Ventures
    Moderator:
  • Goldie Shturman, Managing Director, Latin America Investment Funds, DFC

1:20 pm

2:30 pm

1:20 pm
2:30 pm

NETWORKING LUNCH

2:30 pm

3:00 pm

2:30 pm
3:00 pm

International GPs exploring Mexico's venture capital opportunities

  • Cristóbal Silva Bengolea, Managing Partner, Fen Ventures
  • Gonzalo Costa, General Partner, NXTP Ventures
  • Andre Maciel, Founder, Volpe Capital
    Moderator:
  • Oscar López Velarde, Partner, Ritch Mueller

3:00 pm

3:30 pm

3:00 pm
3:30 pm

Insights and Innovations: Exploring Market Trends from Mexican Startups

  • Scott Sobel, Founding Partner, Valor Capital Group
  • Eric Acher, Co-founder & Managing General Partner, Monashees
  • Susana García-Robles, Managing Partner, Capria Ventures
  • Carlos Alonso Torras, Partner, Fintech Collective
  • Moderator:
  • Patricio Trad, Partner, Mijares, Agoitia, Cortés y Fuentes

3:30 pm

4:00 pm

3:30 pm
4:00 pm

Strategic alliances between Seed Capital & Late VC funds

  • Jaime Zunzunegui, Managing Partner, Nazca
  • Martin Escobari, Managing Director, General Atlantic
    Moderator:
  • Jorge Montaño, Socio, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez

4:10 pm

4:50 pm

4:10 pm
4:50 pm

Corporate Venture Capital: Creating Enterprise Value & Mitigating Investment Risk

  • Agustín Rotondo, Managing Director, Wayra
  • Aldo Alvarez, LATAM Head of Strategic Investments, Citi
  • Kevin Weber, Managing Director, Amex Ventures
  • Erlinda Arriola, Director, Fitch Ventures
    Moderator:
  • Carlos Ramos de la Vega, Director of Venture Capital, LAVCA

4:50 pm

4:55 pm

4:50 pm
4:55 pm

Closing Remarks​

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

5:00 pm
6:00 pm

Friends, fun, food + drinks​

Registro

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