Mexico’s FGA Investment Banking Opens office in Monterrey, adds two partners

FGA Investment Banking opened an office in Monterrey and appointed two partners, Juan Luis Alfiero and Christian Martínez González.

Posted jeudi, novembre 24 2022
Mexico’s FGA Investment Banking Opens office in Monterrey, adds two partners

Prior to joining FGA, Juan Luis was director general and managing partner at alfa+A Consulting for more than three years, and prior to that was managing partner at SOLMEX Consulting.

Between 2014 and 2016 he served as CEO of Grupo Industrial Kamar, a group of companies providing state-of-the-art products and services for the oil & gas, construction, water treatment, mining, financial, transportation, car dealership and media industries.

He has studied at the London Business School, the IPADE Business School and EGADE Business School.

For his part, Christian Martínez González served for more than nine years as executive senior partner at Intellectus Consulting Group and prior to that spent eight years as managing partner at Vento Advisors, after serving as executive vice president of strategy for Latin America at Gruma, a Monterrey-based food and beverage manufacturing company.

He studied the advanced management program at Harvard Business School and the advanced management program at The Wharton School, and holds an MBA in finance from the Tecnológico de Monterrey.

In addition, he studied the Leading Organization and Change, and Organizational Leadership courses at the MIT Sloane School of Management, as well as a business management course at the same institution. He also studied on the CEO program of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.  

FGA is a pioneer and leader in mid-market investment banking advisory in Mexico, with more than 41 years of experience successfully serving family-owned, private and public companies. The firm has concluded 60 mergers and acquisitions and asset divestiture transactions for more than $473 million, in addition to 19 capital raising transactions in excess of $90 million.