- Claudio Izquierdo has a long history of working with institutional investors and ultra-high net worth individuals throughout Latin America
- With Claudio’s years of experience in international investment and business development, the company is strongly aimed to elevate its global expansion
Participant Capital, a Miami-based private equity real estate investment firm, founded by Royal Palm Companies, a developer with more than 40-years of success, has announced today the promotion of Claudio Izquierdo to Chief Operating Officer. With Claudio’s years of experience in international investment and business development, the company is strongly aimed to elevate its global expansion.
Claudio Izquierdo has a long history of working with institutional investors and ultra-high net worth individuals throughout Latin America. His successful career includes impressive achievements at some of the world’s most prestigious investment banks such as Morgan Stanley where he rose to the position of Vice President. He also served as a Senior Vice President of Investments at UBS and a Senior Financial Advisor at HSBC.
“Claudio is an exceptional professional with international business acumen and deep expertise. He is managing over 30 distributors and building partnerships with key financial institutions across the globe,” comments Daniel Kodsi, Participant Capital CEO. “We are proud to have him on our team!”
Prior to joining Participant Capital, Claudio enjoyed a successful career as an entrepreneur having established a number of international export and trading businesses. He has a degree in finance from Florida International University. He is a frequent contributor to a variety of trade and business publications and a sought-after speaker and expert authority on international investment and management products.
“I am happy to oversee how fast Participant Capital is growing,’’ says Claudio. “Thanks to the dedication of our team, we are creating long-lasting value for our clients and providing direct access to world-class real estate projects from the ground-up at the developer’s cost basis.”