ince 2013, Julio has been a managing partner at Multiple Equilibria Capital, a financial advisory firm covering Latin and Central America. He was also a member of the Andina I management team, serving as co-CEO until 2013. Since the merger with Tecnoglass, he has served as a board member of the merged entity. From 2008 to 2013, Julio was managing director of Nexus Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on infrastructure in the Andean region. Prior to this, he served with the Colombian Ministry of Finance as Director General of Public Credit and the Treasury from 2006 to 2008. Mr. Torres has also worked at other premier financial institutions such as JP Morgan Chase, and he is currently a board member of several companies in the region including, Tuscany Oilfield Holdings, Fiduprevisora and Serfinansa.
auricio is a managing director at Cori Capital Partners, a financial advisory firm covering Latin America. Mr. Orellana also acted as an M&A consultant to Andina Acquisition Corporation I. Between 2005 and 2013, he was vice-president and then managing director at the financial services firm Stephens Inc, where he established and headed the Latin American advisory practice of the firm. Mauricio has also worked at the Latin American Infrastructure Fund (LAIF) sponsored by GE and AIG, and the Inter-American Investment Corporation. He is currently a board member of CIFI, an entity focused in infrastructure financing in Latin America.
uke was the CEO and founder of Andina Acquisition Corporation I. Prior to this, from 2008 to 2013, he headed International Business Development for Scientific Games Corporation in Latin America where, among other responsibilities, he oversaw business acquisitions in the region. From 2004 until to 2006, Luke was an associate and then Junior Partner at Business, Strategies, & Insight, a government relations and business consulting firm, with a focus on Latin America. Luke started his career as an investment banker at Bear Stearns.
rior to joining Andina Acquisition Corporation II, Maya served as senior currency strategist for Latin America at HSBC Securities (USA) from 2008 to 2015. She was also affiliated with Andina Acquisition Corporation I as a founding investor and advisor. From 2005 to 2008, Maya was the lead macro-economic and political analyst for HSBC, covering the Andean region. Prior to this, she was a public policy associate at the Council of the Americas, a forum dedicated to the contemporary political, social, and economic issues in Latin America.
ince May 2015, Mr. Carrera has worked as a senior associate at Hydra Management LLC, an asset management firm investing in middle market companies through both private equity capital and a SPAC (Hydra Industries Acquisition Corp.). Eric also served as an advisor to Andina Acquisition Corporation I. Prior to this, he was an international business development associate at Scientific Games Corporation, with a focus on Latin America.