Sergio Garcia del Bosque is a managing director with significant experience in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, arrangement of financing, general financial advisory, valuation and strategy consulting. Mr. Garcia del Bosque joined Seale & Associates in 2008 and has acted as lead advisor to numerous public and private companies on international and domestic transactions. Representative corporate clients include CEMEX, FEMSA, Tyco, United Technologies, among other. Mr. Garcia del Bosque has also advised the shareholders and management of many founder-owned, family-owned and other private organizations and helped them achieve their strategic objectives through transactions, strategic alternatives assessments and generational planning. Representative privately owned clients include Caffenio, Cosmocel, Cuprum, Grupo Tampico, INMAGUSA, Torrey, among other. Mr. Garcia del Bosque leads the Mexico City office of Seale & Associates since 2016.
Mr. Garcia del Bosque received a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Industrial Engineering from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). Mr. Garcia del Bosque also received an MBA from Instituto Panamericano de Alta Direccion de Empresas (IPADE).
Mr. Garcia del Bosque has attended continuous education programs on corporate finance, negotiation and valuation from top institutions including Harvard, Georgetown, Wharton, NYU among other.
Mr. Garcia del Bosque has been a guest lecturer at IPADE, ITESM, UDEM and The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Mr Garcia del Bosque has been featured as an opinion writer for media outlets in Mexico including Alto Nivel, Expansion, Forbes, among other.
-Sale of Grupo Educativo IEJV’s business, a leading higher education institution in San Luis Potosi, to Nacer Global, a leading business group with interest in education and media in Mexico.
-Sale of Anne Sullivan, a leading K12 institution in Mexico City, in its partnership (and subsequent divestiture) to Discovery Americas, a leading diversified private equity group in Mexico.