About the Managing Partners.

Federico Antoni and Fernando Lelo de Larrea founded ALLVP by launching their first fund in 2012 following a decade-long collaboration as students, professors, mentors and entrepreneurs. Starting at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, where both earned their MBA degrees. Both Federico and Fernando share significant operating experience and have complimentary skills in marketing, corporate finance, and private equity across Europe and Latin America. In 2010, they launched Venture Institute, one of the first seed accelerators aimed at developing a strong entrepreneurial ecosystem in Mexico. In 2011, they co-founded Fondeadora, which started as Latin America’s largest crowdfunding platform, but has since become a challenger bank. In late 2016, Fondeadora was acquired by Kickstarter.
 

The name of the firm came two years after the first investment in 2014. ALLVP is the acronym of Antoni Lelo de Larrea Venture Partners and represents a personal commitment to everything we do. It also represents our belief that building a better world through entrepreneurial innovation is a collective endeavor where ALL need to be involved.

Life's too short to work with a boring VC.

- Oskar Hjertonsson

Life's too short to work with a boring VC 

- Oskar Hjertonsson

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Team.

ALLVP's team leverages its experience and knowledge of the VC industry to help LATAM founders scale their business.

Alumni.

Our international and talented pool of alumni is composed of active members of the venture capital and 

entrepreneurship community across the globe.

Nicolas Heeren.

Senior Analyst

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Anne-Charlotte Paratre.

Analyst

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Chloé Novène.

Associate

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Antonia Rojas.

Partner

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Federico Antoni.

Managing Partner

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Fernando Lelo de Larrea.

Managing Partner

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Nicole Zaragoza.

Associate
 

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Patricia Maestri.

Office Manager

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Blanca Sañudo.

Junior Analyst

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Maria F. González.

Senior Associate

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Alejandro Ramos Amtmann

Intern

Alexandra Jenkins.   

Senior Analyst

Ana Daniela Portillo.   

Intern

 

Anette Urbina.   

Associate

Antoine Moulin. 

Intern

Antonio Osio. 

Intern

Arthur Ayel. 

Intern

Augustin Gueret. 

Intern

Celian de Barry.   

Intern

Courtney Tims.   

Senior Analyst

David Gómez-Gil. 

Intern

Emy Bernard Makakalala.   

Associate

Fernando Ramos. 

Intern

 

Gabriel de la Gorce. 

Intern

 

Gregory Lagier.   

Intern

 

Guadalupe de Luascurain.   

Intern

Jennifer Angarita. 

Intern

Jia Li Tan. 

Associate

 

Juan Esteban Moctezuma. 

Intern

María Alejandra Venegas Pinto

Associate

Maria Luisa Chavez Azpiri. 

Office Manager

 

Mariana Carranza.   

Senior Analyst

 

Mariana Castillo.   

Intern

Matthieu Albrieux.   

Associate

Miguel López

Associate

 

Rosalino Molina. 

Intern

 

Ruben Sanchez Souza.   

Entrepreneur in Residence

Shanti Perez.   

Financial Analyst

Sofia Garrido Freyria. 

Principal

Will Saborio. 

Intern

 

Ytzia Belausteguigoitia

Principal

Zakaria Chihab. 

Intern

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Looking ahead to the API economy - Anton Kravchenko, ZDNet

Why Latin America is poised for API integration - Ximena Alemán, Payments Journal


How banks are using B2B APIs to fuel growth - McKinsey & Company

There is an API for that

"Banks have recognized how partnering with fintechs can modernize their offerings, without building the tech infrastructure themselves."

- Ximena Alemán

 Looking ahead to the API economy - Anton Kravchenko, ZDNet

 Why Latin America is poised for API integration - Ximena Alemán, Payments Journal

 How banks are using B2B APIs to fuel growth - McKinsey & Company

 Looking ahead to the API economy - Anton Kravchenko, ZDNet

 Why Latin America is poised for API integration - Ximena Alemán, Payments Journal

 How banks are using B2B APIs to fuel growth - McKinsey & Company

There is an API for that

"Banks have recognized how partnering with fintechs can modernize their offerings, without building the tech infrastructure themselves."

- Ximena Alemán

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