GuideBridge’s team has experience in the venture capital sector. Its partners and analysts have worked for GuideBridge since it was founded in 2013.

Their experience and professionalism mean that GuideBridge has one of the most solid teams in the market, with excellent capacity to execute.

Partner at GuideBridge Capital since 2013.

Previously, Fernando worked at Bankia for 11 years, holding positions including Deputy Vice President and Director of Special Investments.

He has led several corporate transactions (Endesa, Iberia, Indra, etc.) and restructurings (City National Bank of Florida, Bankia, real estate companies, etc.). Fernando started his career at JP Morgan Asset Management in Madrid and Paris. He holds a degree in Business Administration with a specialisation in Finance and Quantitative Economics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

He has completed several postgraduate programmes at IESE Business School and IE Business School.

Partner and Managing Director of GuideBridge Capital since 2013.

Previously, Manuel worked at Bankia for over four years, where he held different roles and positions related to investments and restructuring.

Manuel was Head of Non-Core Asset Divestments and Head of RE Strategy at Bankia. He led the bank’s divestment from its Non-Core Assets. Previously, he worked for the M&A division at ABN AMRO Group in Europe.

MSc from École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP) and from Fachhochschule Trier / UBU.

Head of Investor Relations at GuideBridge.

Founding Partner of Corporate Diplomats. Member of the Advisory Board of Paylead. Member of the Advisory Board of Adastra.

Formerly Marketing Director of Savills and American Telecom.

Degree in Business Administration and Marketing from M&B. Entrepreneur XXI Award from La Caixa. Postgraduate studies at Harvard and IESE Business School.

Guillermo joined GuideBridge Capital in 2017.

Before that he worked for three years at Valliance, a real estate transaction advisory firm that also provides consulting and asset management services, playing an active role in several relevant real estate transactions, including the sale and purchase of real estate assets and portfolios, while also providing strategic advice during their execution.

Guillermo started his career at CBRE Valuation Advisory, where he was part of the massive SAREB appraisal project, which contained over 190,000 real estate assets with a total book value of over EUR 52 billion.

Guillermo holds an MBA in Business Valuation from the IEB Business School.

He was awarded a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (CUNEF) with a specialisation in Banking and Finance.

Bosco joined GuideBridge Capital in 2023.

Previously, Bosco worked for two years at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank in the Structured Finance department for Iberia, including Real Estate transactions.

He started his career at JB Capital Markets, where he was part of the Investment Banking team.

Degree in Bilingual Business Administration and Management from the Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (CUNEF).

Nieves Domínguez has extensive experience in various national and international sectors.

She began her professional career at C. de Salamanca, a Jaguar and Rolls Royce importer, in the area of importing and distributing vehicles to the company’s dealer network in Spain. She later joined Russel Reynolds Associates, a headhunter specialising in the recruitment of senior executives, as Executive Assistant to the Country Manager.

After that she joined Grupo Prisa as its Executive Assistant to the President of AINE, and later as Executive Assistant to the Group’s CEO.

Since 2013, she has been Office Manager and Executive Assistant at GuideBridge Capital.

The GuideBridge Advisory Board is made up of a group selected from among the investors in GuideBridge Opportunities 1, all of whom bring a wealth of industry knowledge and experience.

Head of La Verdosa, Investment company, focused on venture capital, equities and real estate. In 2021 Alejandro assumed the management of Bodegas Arrayán.

He worked in Leveraged Buyouts group of Crédit Agricole in Madrid and has work experience in various financial areas, including asset management, capital markets and structured finance in international firms such as AZ Valor, Whiteni Socimi, UBS, Barclays or Storm Harbor Securities. .

Alejandro holds an MBA from IESE Business School and a Bilingual Business Administration and Management degree from CUNEF.

CEO of Afflux Property, a real estate investment company whose main business is investing in residential buildings in Madrid for development and subsequent sale.

Alejandro worked for more than 15 years in various areas of investment banking at Credit Suisse in London, Frankfurt, Milan and Madrid. He was responsible for the Financial Institution Strategic Solutions area for Spain, having advised multiple banks and funds on how to release their real estate portfolios.

Before that, Alejandro worked at Barclays Capital and McKinsey.
He was an investor in from when it was founded to when it was sold to Apax Partners in 2015.

He holds a degree in Business Administration from ICADE Business School and an MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.

Founding partner of the real estate investment fund EuroStone: a real estate investment fund in the residential sector present in Madrid, Barcelona and Paris.

Founder of the Histoire & Patrimoine group in 2005: a real estate company dedicated to rehabilitating historic residential properties in France, including design, marketing, project management and asset management. It was sold to Altarea Cogedim in 2018.

Before that, Richard developed his career at JP Morgan in London.

He holds a degree from HEC Business School in Paris with a specialisation in Finance.

Former CFO of Grupo Prisa and Director of its main subsidiaries (El País, AS, Prisa Radio and Santillana among others) since 2021. David renegotiated the Group’s debt, reducing its costs, including ESG criteria, extending maturities and gaining flexibility. He joined the company in 2021, coming over from Iberdrola where he was the director of its Corporate Development Division.

Before his time at Iberdrola, David was CFO of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, where he worked for more than 10 years. He also sits on the boards of Windar, Iberdrola Renovables and Gazelle Wind Power and is a private investor in various companies.

In addition, he was also named one of the 40 most influential energy leaders under 40 (Recharge4040 award) and Wind Power Monthly magazine also selected him as one of the 15 most influential people in the wind industry in 2020.

David has experience as a strategy consultant and investment banker and specialises in capital markets and in designing different financing structures.

Guillermo is an Operating Partner, and a member of the European Advisory Board and the Operations Committee of Trilantic Capital Partners.

Previously he held senior management positions in various companies including:

Tressis sociedad de valores. Director.

Iberian Value Deutsche Bank. Director. Venture capital undertaking for developing real estate investments in Southern Europe.

Grupo San José. Executive vice president

Parquesol, S.A., Vice president

DUCH, S.A., Director.

Ebro Puleva, S.A., Executive vice president.

Puleva, S.A., Chair.

Radiotrónica, S.A. Executive vice president

The Managing Partner of MdF Family Partners, Javier holds a degree in Business Law from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE E-1) and completed an Advanced Course at the Instituto de la Comunicación Social.

Javier worked at Chase Manhattan (MHT) from 1980 to 1986 where he helped create the fixed income capital markets for which he was responsible from their inception.

In 1986 he joined JP Morgan as Head of Private Fixed Income origination and distribution.

After that, he created JP Morgan’s Private Banking group for Spain and Portugal, which he headed until 2002. He was also head of the London and Northern Europe office from 1997 to 2001, where he worked with the largest European family offices. He sat on the board of JP Morgan International.

He worked as a consultant and sat on the boards of several companies from 2002 to 2004, when he created Achievers Family Office, advising family groups on their global strategy.

Javier is also a regular contributor to the Esteban Vigil – Missionaries of Mary Mediatrix Foundation.