Multilateral Leaders : (left to right) Jacques Rogozinsky, C.E.O. , Inter-American Investment Corporation, 1999-2012, John Rahming, C.E.O. Inter-American Investment Corporation, 1993-1998, Enrique Igelsias, President, Inter-American Development Bank

Máximo Flügelman

Born in Argentina, Máximo Flügelman was educated in Switzerland (Licence, Economics, Université de Genčve) and in the United States (M.B.A., Harvard Business School).

He has held positions as Credit Analyst with Citibank (Buenos Aires/New York); Senior Investment Officer, I.F.C.(Washington D.C.); Director, International Capital Markets, Banco Nacional de Desarrollo (Buenos Aires); Co-Head, First Chicago Latin America Investment Banking Group (Chicago, New York), and as Vice President and Member, Executive Committee, of the Inter-American Investment Corporation (Washington D.C.).

Máximo Flügelman is presently a Principal at CORFINA Global Advisors, LLC, where he is actively involved in cross-border mergers and divestitures, partner searches, and in raising capital and term debt for companies in developing and OECD countries.

His closed transactions include valuation of Simmons C.A. (Mexico) for Wesray Corporation (USA); buyer identifcation, negotiations and closing with acquiror of 100 % ownership of Argentine subsidiary of Allied Bendix; disposition of controlling interest of Corning Glass (USA) in Rigolleau S.A. (Argentina) to a European Investment Group; management buy-out of Idala/Pernigotti S.A. (Uruguay) for Beatrice Foods; debt-to-equity swap for EKA-Nobel (Sweden) in Venezuelan affiliate; interest rate cap on U$S 430 million term debt of La Electricidad de Caracas; brokering and arranging Grupo Santo Domingo (Colombia) and Hoteles Sol-Meliá (Spain) joint venture for tourism in Costa Rica, and primary responsibility for strategic partnership/investment of Thomson-CSF (France) in an innovative USA telecoms venture.

Alongside an Argentine co-Advisor, Flügelman succeeded in attracting Europe's largest non-ferrous minerals company into carrying-out detailed due diligence for a controlling investment in a South American mining venture, and is Conseiller to a French company, with a mandate to attract co-investors to develop certain of the Group's holdings (spring water, real estate, tourism) in Central America.

Extensively traveled, Máximo Flügelman speaks four languages fluently (English, Spanish, French and Italian), and is a highly networked international corporate finance practitioner; he contributes articles to leading journals in the realm of finance and the arts.

Flügelman, a classical music enthusiast, earned a Masters degree in composition from the Juilliard School. His compositions are performed by major symphony orchestras in the United States, in South America and in Europe, with favorable audience response and critical acclaim.

Máximo Flügelman has been a Founding Trustee of the Teatro Colón Foundation, Buenos Aires; he is a Selection Panelist of the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans ( New York ), and a valued Board member in a number of non-profit institutions in the United States.

* Máximo Flugelman

Financial Engineering Expertise

Discrete, Cost-Effective Execution

Strong Relationships in Industrialized Economies and in Emerging Markets

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