Nuno is the founding partner of Finsolutia and its running CEO. Throughout his career, Nuno has gained valuable experience and exposure to transactions of Non-Core Assets, including performing, sub-performing and non-performing loan-portfolios across Southern Europe. Prior to FinSolutia, Nuno worked for BES as the director leading loan recoveries, high risk corporate clients and asset disposals, leading a number of ABS and structured finance transactions across Iberia, including the sale of the first ever NPL portfolios. Nuno also served as a board member of a private equity firm, where he gained exposure to corporate turnarounds and sector M&A projects. In addition, he held other roles, in fixed income research, to equity sales and trading, and was a consultant at BCG. Nuno has an executive degree from INSEAD, an MBA with honors (Beta Gamma Sigma) from SDSU-California State University, a Post Graduate degree in Corporate Finance (ISCTE) and a business degree.
Miguel joined Finsolutia in April 2007, as the CTO. In his role, Miguel has lead the team in charge of all technological developments, which have been central to the success and effectiveness of the web-based asset management platform. Prior to joining Finsolutia, he worked as a Project Manager at Portugal Telecom, responsible for the DTP-MS team, covering the execution of application development within Microsoft technology. While at PT, Miguel played a leading role in various projects linked to PT's subsidiaries and partners, in particular developing service management applications (such as CRM, Invoices, electronic commerce), based on the Microsoft framework.Net. Prior to PT, Miguel worked for the Informatics and Statistics Institute of Social Security (IIES) as a network System Administrator, where he was part of the team leading the effort for the Social Security IT project. He holds a ScrumMaster certification issued by the ScrumAlliance.
Manuel P. Raposo
Manuel joined Finsolutia in November 2014, responsible for managing the Finance and Human Resources departments and is currently a member of the Executive Committee. He has over 15 years of international experience concentrated in the investment banking industry, namely in Equity Capital Markets. Manuel was previously the Head of Institutional Equity Sales at Espirito Santo Investment Bank in Iberia, based in Madrid, where he was responsible for running the Iberian Equity sales team. He was a key account and relationship manager for key US and European Tier I Institutional Investors and played a vital role in revamping and transforming ESIB Iberian Equity Research/Sales franchise in Iberia into a TOP 5 Extel rated broker. He had prior international experience in investment banking in Spain (BBVA), Portugal (Millennium BCP) and UK (ESIB). Manuel studied Economics at Universidade Catolica Portuguesa.
Gonzalo Gutierrez de Mesa
Gonzalo is the country manager of Finsolutia's Spanish office, responsible for the Iberian performing and non-performing loan portfolios, as well as the Real Estate Assets managed by FinSolutia. He has a leading role in the recovery process and is a member of the investment committee of our investment advised funds. In the recent past at Finsolutia, he has actively participated in the deleveraging process of the Spanish financial sector, providing advisory services for the most relevant transactions of credit and real estate portfolios in the market. He has a strong entrepreneur & business background in investment banking and real estate. Previously, Gonzalo was Founder & Managing Partner of AIC, an independent advisory firm providing global investment services on real estate closing successfully several cross-border transactions. In the past, Gonzalo worked at BBVA and Santander, as investment director & board member of several international real estate funds with more than € 600M of AuM. Gonzalo holds a degree in Business Administration from Complutense University and Executive post graduate degree by IESE Business School. He is former board member of the Real Estate Board at Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM).