Diego Serebrisky

Diego Serebrisky is an experienced and recognized investor in Latin America. He is co-founder & Managing Partner of Dalus Capital, a venture capital fund based in Mexico (previously called Alta Ventures Mexico). He invests in early-stage Latin American startups in four themes: inclusion, climate innovation, business productivity, and digital consumers. He has led Dalus/Alta Ventures investments and is a board member in Clip, Kubo Financiero, Xertica, UnDosTres, Aptuno, Bankingly, DecisionNext, ZeBrands (as observer), and previously Technisys.

Before Dalus, Diego was Managing Director at Advent International, a global private equity fund. He spent 13 years in its Mexico City office and then relocated to Bogota, Colombia, where he launched and was Head of Advent’s Colombian office.

Previously Diego worked as a consultant with McKinsey & Co. in Caracas, Venezuela, Johannesburg, South Africa, and New York City providing strategy advice to large clients.

Diego was president of AMEXCAP – the Mexican Private Equity Association – during 2008 and 2009 and was a member of the Board during 2017-2019. He was also a founding member of the Board of ColCapital – the Colombian Private Equity Association – from its inception to early 2016. He also collaborates as Endeavor and Masschallenge mentor and participates in developing the entrepreneurial ecosystems in Colombia and Mexico. He writes a blog on entrepreneurship and venture capital at serebrisky.com.

Diego has a degree in Computer Engineering, summa cum laude from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela; and holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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