“As Managing Director, I look forward to building on the successes of the advisory team and leveraging my experience and contacts to help advance the firm’s unique value proposition bridging China and Latin America.”
“Mr. Waldman brings a tremendous wealth of relevant, sector-specific experience and technical expertise to our firm, enhancing our ability to service our clients in both China and Latin America,” stated Mr. Erik Bethel, Managing Partner of SinoLatin Capital. “We are very excited to have him on board.”
Mr. Waldman joins SinoLatin Capital after a 12-year career with UBS Investment Bank in New York. During his time at UBS, Mr. Waldman led the UBS’s Latin American investment banking practice in the metals & mining and energy sectors. While at UBS, Mr. Waldman was responsible for structuring and executing M&A and capital markets transactions totaling over US$100 billion. Mr. Waldman has developed strong expertise across the natural resources industry and possesses a solid track record in advising many of the most prominent mining and energy companies in Latin America on a broad range of strategic issues.
“I am delighted to join SinoLatin Capital. It is an exciting opportunity and I firmly believe that this is one of the most innovative firms in the financial services industry,” stated Mr. Waldman. “As Managing Director, I look forward to building on the successes of the advisory team and leveraging my experience and contacts to help advance the firm’s unique value proposition bridging China and Latin America.”
Originally from Argentina, Mr. Waldman graduated with honors from Universidad de San Andres in Buenos Aires, where he studied Economics. Mr. Waldman speaks fluent Spanish and English. He has relocated from New York and will be based out of SinoLatin Capital’s headquarters in Shanghai, China.
About SinoLatin Capital
SinoLatin Capital is the premier investment platform between China and Latin America. It is a financial advisory and private equity firm focused on natural resource transactions in three sectors: agribusiness, mining, and energy. Headquartered in Shanghai’s financial district and with offices in Beijing, China and Lima, Peru, SinoLatin Capital is the first merchant-banking firm focused exclusively on cross border transactions between China and Latin America.