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Heritage Capital opens its first Latin American office in São Paulo

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Heritage Capital, the merchant banking division of family-owned Banque Heritage of Switzerland, has launched its first Latin American office in São Paulo, Brazil.

The firm’s objective in the region and in Brazil is to offer merchant banking advisory services to the ever-increasing segment of growth-stage, middle-market companies and mid-sized financial institutions throughout Latin America.

Joseph Dryer (pictured), group managing director and joint chief executive of Heritage Capital, says: “We are very excited by the possibilities this region holds. Our decision to make São Paulo our base is due to Brazil’s very large economy with its growing manufacturing and export industries. The Sao Paulo office, led by Glenn Peebles, will be a base from which we intend to further expand our team and capitalise on the enormous investment potential this region represents.”

Heritage Capital focuses on originating, structuring and distributing securities across a variety of market sectors and providing clients with corporate finance and advisory services in critical global markets.

In Latin America, Heritage Capital brings together global experience and product knowledge with a personalised and dedicated service delivered locally.

Heritage Capital also has offices in London and Singapore.

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