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Capital Indigo to Launch CKD and Raise Second Fund

25 January 2017

Capital Indigo is in the process of listing a CKD on the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV) to raise its second fund focused on private debt investments and financing medium-sized companies in Mexico. This vehicle will target MXN$3b in commitments. 

(Press Release) Mexico City, January 25, 2017.- Capital Indigo looks forward to raising a structured private debt fund in 2017, that will primarily address the financing needs of medium-sized companies in various sectors in Mexico. Founded in 2009 by Everardo Camacho and Bernardo Paasche, Capital Indigo plans to raise up to MXN$3b by placing a Certificado de Capital de Desarrollo (CKD) on the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV), which will be preceded by a private co-investment vehicle.

Rodrigo Gómez Alarcón joins Indigo’s team to lead the private debt strategy, bringing his extensive experience in the financial sector of over 15 years as Director in Promecap, negotiating, structuring and closing operations, both private equity and private debt transactions.

Bernardo Paasche stated: “With Rodrigo’s entry to lead Capital Indigo’s debt efforts, we have strengthened our team with one of the most experienced professionals in private debt in Mexico, and I am sure he will be key to the success of this new private debt fund.”

On the other hand, Everardo Camacho commented: “For Capital Indigo, the launch of this new private debt fund represents an extraordinary opportunity to meet the growing financing needs of the medium-sized companies in Mexico. Particularly, considering the challenges the country faces during 2017, financing the mediumsized company is vital to strengthen one of the engines of our economy that generates more jobs.”

Capital Indigo is a Mexican private equity manager based in Mexico City, focused primarily on debt and equity investments in high-growth medium-sized companies. The team has extensive experience in the private equity industry, corporate banking, investment banking, strategic consulting and corporate management, thus allowing them to participate actively in the structuring and execution of different types of investment that may be tailor-made according to the companies’ specific needs.