Miguel Bermejo is a founder and Managing Partner of Atlantico Capital. He has more than 15 years of experience in transactions, focused in structured, project, and corporate finance both as investment banker and advisor as well as an executive. Due to his experience he has deep knowledge of the infrastructure, water, energy and environmental businesses from the financial and business stand point. Mr. Bermejo has been involved in deals in International countries, including the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe and North Africa.
Mr. Bermejo has been involved in corporate and structured finance transactions in excess of US$ 12 billion, including mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, syndicated loans, debt and equity markets as well as very large and complex project and structured finance deals.
Prior to joining Atlantico Capital he was Chief Financial Officer for the Americas of the FCC Group, a leading company worldwide in the Environmental Services, Water, Energy and Infrastructure fields with presence in over 25 countries. Mr. Bermejo was the finance leader of a team based in Miami covering the businesses in the US, Canada and Latin America, with annual sales exceeding US$ 1.5 billion. Previously, Mr. Bermejo was Director for Special Projects at FCC in Madrid, leading corporate and structured finance transactions throughout the Americas, Europe and Africa.
In addition, before joining FCC, he worked as senior executive of the Corporate Finance team of the investment banking boutique N+1 leading M&A and restructuring transactions globally in the middle market field, and as Senior Manager in PwC.
Mr. Bermejo holds an Executive MBA from ESADE Business School and a Business Administration Degree from the European Business School. Mr. Bermejo is fluent in English, Spanish and also speaks French.
- US$ 1.1 Bn Bond Financing for Lima Metro L2 (2015).
- US$ 6.1 Bn global refinancing for FCC Group (largest refinancing in Europe in 2014).
- US$ 1.4 Bn various tranches financing for the Panama Metro L1 (2012-2014).
- US$ 50 Mn Financing for CFE using the Pidiregas Law (2014).
- US$ 120 Mn Bridge financing on CNOs for Panamanian Projects (2014).
- US$ 250 Mn financing of Ciudad Hospitalaria Project in Panama (2013).
- US$ 208 Mn financing for Reordenamiento Vial Projects in Panama (2012).
- US$ 60 Mn Corporate unsecured syndicated loan for Cent. American Company (2012).
- US$ 123 Mn financing for Chicho Fabregas Hospital in Panama (2011).
- US$ 210 Mn Financing for El Realito water treatment plant in Mexico. Euromoney Project. Finance Water deal of the year 2011 (2011).
- US$ 110 Mn Master Securitization of water receivables for a major water company (2011).
- US$ 250 Mn Financing of the New Cairo water treatment plant (1st PPP project in Egypt). Water deal of the year 2010 by Euromoney and Global Water Intelligence (2010).
- US$ 280 Mn Equity vehicle between Aqualia and the EBRD to invest in East Europe (2010).
- US$ 100 Mn Equity vehicle with the IFC to invest in water in emerging markets (2010).
- US$ 350 Mn debt refinancing of the largest water utility in the Czech Republic, including a corporate syndicated loan, a project finance loan and a project bond (2009).
- US$ 920 Mn acquisition of wind farms in Spain, including the negotiation of US$ 620 Mn Project Financing for the acquisition (2009).
- US$ 114 Mn financing for I-95 in Florida. 1st Design Build Finance contract in Florida (2008).
- US$ 400 Mn Financing of the San Jose Caldera Toll Road, first Costa Rican Toll Road. Euromoney Latin American PPP deal of the year 2008 (2008).
- US$ 350 Mn refinancing of a large Construction group in Spain (2008).