Nathaniel Felton


Nathaniel Felton is a Senior Associate at Atlantico Capital Partners LLC. He has six years of experience in the financial markets both in investment banking and private banking.

Prior to joining Atlantico Capital he worked as an investment-banking associate at INTL FCStone securities Inc., based in Miami. He was part of a project finance unit specializing in the structuring, marketing, and financing of Greenfield and Brownfield infrastructure projects throughout Latin America with focus on energy and materials. Prior to working at INTL FCStone securities Inc., he was an associate at Morgan Stanley Private Global Wealth Management based in New York, forming part of a team managing over 600 million in assets and with business focus on Latin American institutional and retail clients. Prior to working at Morgan Stanley he was a credit analyst at Dexia Asset Management based in Paris, France.

Nathaniel holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business Administration with a minor in International Affairs from the American University of Paris. In addition, he holds an Executive Masters of Science in Finance from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. Nathaniel holds the following licenses: series 3, 7, 66 and 79 and is fluent in English, Spanish, and French.

Key Transactions:
  • US$ 1.1 Bn Financing for a liquefied natural gas regasification terminal and power plant in Panama.
  • Prepared a business plan and valuation model for the approval by the Panamanian government of a one million barrels-per-day.
  • capacity, 74.6 mile, heavy crude oil pipeline to be located across the isthmus of Panama.
  • Conducted due diligence, market study and prepared marketing materials for the construction of the largest private oil refinery in Latin America.
  • Conducted due diligence, market research and prepared offering documents, financial model, and management presentation for a $250 million warehousing logistics center in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • Assisted client in the development of a potential $20 million project pre-development pledge fund to invest in power projects in Latin America.