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Peru’s Misti Capital adds new partner
Misti Capital, a Lima-based independent firm specialized in financial advisory services, has announced the incorporation of Eduardo Gomez de la Torre as a partner, who joins the team to strengthen is investment banking franchise.
Eduardo graduated in economics from the Universidad del Pacífico and has an MBA from Wharton School. Before joining Misti Capital, he held positions in Credicorp Group, including corporate and international banking division manager and regional head of the investment banking team.
As a lawyer, he has led hundreds of corporate financings, as well as M&A transactions and capital market issuances.
He built the Investment Banking team at Scotiabank Peru and he previously worked in the investment banking team at Deutsche Bank in New York.
“His experience and outstanding track record in the financial world represent invaluable assets to offer innovative and strategic solutions. In addition, his passion for excellence and the human quality that accompanies him fit perfectly with our culture and core values,” Misti Capital said.
Misti Capital provides financial and strategic advice on M&As, and advises shareholders in companies’ buy-side and sell-side processes, mergers, and private capital raisings. The firm also advises companies that require corporate loans, project financing, acquisition financing, and financial restructuring transactions, and advises clients on the structuring of financial debt and equity instruments and the corporate design of companies’ financial strategies.
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