The first investment trust in energy and infrastructure specialized in the energy sector in Mexico (Fideicomiso CIB / 2919), CFE FIBRA E establishes solid corporate governance mechanisms to 1) provide stability to CFE FIBRA E investors with respect to the risk of unilateral decisions that could affect it and 2) align the interests between the actors involved, including investors. For this, the Technical Committee is made up of most independent members with a solid professional trajectory in key sectors such as: energy, private and public finance, infrastructure, among others.
Leopoldo has more than 27 years of experience in investment banking, structured finance, corporate banking, financial restructuring, and public and private debt and equity placements. He has advised multiple companies, both local and international, including Pinebridge Investments, Grupo Pegaso, SURA, Neology, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Media Products, CI Banco, Arcelor Mittal, Afore XXI, Prudential Financial, Alta Growth Capital, Henkel KGaA, Nacionnanciera, National Bank of Public Works and Services, SNC (BANOBRAS), Lockheed Martin, General Electric, General Motors Electro-Motive Division, Grupo ICA, Mexichem and Corporación Scribe. Currently, he is a managing partner of Fimecap S.A. de C.V. and previously held the position of Managing Director, Head of Corporate Finance / M & A for The Royal Bank of Scotland in Mexico. He was Head of Client Coverage for ABN AMRO México and Managing Partner at Serficor S.A. de C.V. Additionally, he has served on the boards of the following companies: Afore XXI, Car Mart (subsidiary of Lo-Jack Corporation), Alta Growth Capital, International Network of M & A Partners, Association of International Corporate Advisors and Club de Golf Chapultepec.
Economist at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (1976) and the University of Chicago, where he obtained a Master’s degree (1978) and a doctorate in economics (1979).
During his professional career, he has combined private practice with public service. Between 2003 and 2006 he served as Deputy Director of Technical Assistance and Training for the North American Development Bank.
Between 1990 and 2003 he collaborated as Project Director Partner and later Director of GEA Grupo de Economistas y Asociados, a consulting company and economic and political analysis in Mexico.
During 1989-1990 he was Finance Coordinator of Banco Mexicano Somex, as well as Director of Cambiomex Casa de Cambio and member of the investment committee of various investment companies of Banco Mexicano Somex.
From 1983 to 1988 he was Director of Economic Research, Director of Economic Policy and Director of Financial Policy of the General Directorate of Tax Planning of the SHCP. In 1979-1983 he served as an economist in the Department of Economic Studies of Banamex and a member of the Technical Advisory Council of CEESP.
He has been coordinator of the finance area of the ITAM Administration Department (1979-1980) and professor of various subjects at that institution. He has also taught various courses at CEMLA, INAP, UIA and UMI.
He is a director of Grupo Corvi, Valores Finamex, Seguros Tepeyac, IXE Investment Committee, Nafin Advisory Council for Mexico City and Grupo Medicus. Former director of Banca Promex, Afore Santander and the Risk Committee of Bancomext. He is an editorial writer for the Business Section of the newspaper Reforma and a contributor to Dinero y Poder on Channel 11 and Foro TV.
CFE Administration and Services Coordinator
Miguel Alejandro has a degree in Economics and Finance and a Master in Public Policy from the Ibero-American University of Puebla and has participated as an advisor to the parliamentary group of the Labor Party in the Senate of the Republic on energy and public finance issues. He was coordinator and teacher of the Bachelor of Economics and Finance at the Universidad Iberoamericana de Puebla. He has served as a researcher at the Salary Observatory of the Ibero-American University of Puebla and Mexico City. In addition, he has several academic and scientific articles published in academic journals refereed by CONACYT. He has participated as a guest in various conferences and seminars where he has addressed issues of exclusion, social mobility, nationalization and reprivatization of banks, poverty, wages, public policies, etc. Previously, he had served as CFEnergía’s Director of Energy Intelligence.
General Director of the Subsidiary Productive Company CFE Transmission
Noé joined the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) in 1976 as a project supervisor. Since then, he has held various positions in the company such as Director of Transmission and Transformation of the Northeast and Deputy Director of Transmission. He is a Telecommunications and Electronic Systems Engineer from the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).