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12 April 2016

Innova joins with Goldman Sachs to invest in Colombian cell phone towers

telecom tower 2_sq European private equity firm Innova Capital Partners has formed a joint venture with Goldman Sachs to develop telecom assets in Colombia.

4 March 2016

Latin America sees stable PE, VC investment despite macroeconomic issues

globe-609225_1920 Latin American private equity and venture capital overcame a tricky macroeconomic climate to see $6.5bn deployed last year, new research reveals.

25 February 2016

Lexington expands LatAm presence with Chile office

chile-673284_960_720 Global private equity firm Lexington Partners has expanded its operations in Latin America with the opening of an office in Santiago, Chile.

21 December 2015

GP Investments looks to buy BR Properties

Brazil Latin American buyout firm GP Investments plans to buy as much as 63 per cent of Brazilian real estate company BR Properties, AltAssets has learned.

21 December 2015

HIG backs Brazilian footwear company Mr Cat

cat-618470_640 Global private equity firm HIG Capital has completed its investment in Brazilian footwear company Mr Cat.

6 November 2015

Jaguar looks to exploit the troubled Brazilian market and seize long term opportunities $

Brazil Despite the macroeconomic problems and risks associated with Brazil and Latin America, Jaguar Growth Partners manging director Gary Garrabrant believes this is perfect time to seize the long term opportunities.

21 September 2015

Nexxus exits Mexican diagnostic company Olab

spire healthcare Mexico City-based Nexxus Capital has sold diagnostic healthcare company Diagnostics de Mexico (Olab), AltAssets understands.

24 August 2015

Australis looking to $200m first close for debut LatAM fund

ipanema-beach-99388_640 New York-based Australis Partners is reportedly closing in on a $200m first close for its debut Latin America-focused fund.

7 July 2015

LPs cautious about LatAm due to geopolitical issues according to MVision exec $

foz-do-iguacu-221272_640 Despite a strong local investor base, LPs looking to Latin America are more cautious about timing due to geopolitical issues according to MVision CEO Mounir Guen.

9 June 2015

Actis bets on LatAm, with office in Mexico City

Ribbon Cutting2 Actis, a London-based, emerging market investment specialist which had its origins as a Commonwealth Development Corporation entity more than 10 years ago, has opened an office in Mexico City, as it prepares to "capitalise on the many opportunities" it says exist in the region.

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