Company Profile

FINVEST (Finvest-Finanças e Investimentos S.A.) is a holding company for alternative credit businesses. It is a wholly-owned portfolio company of Finvest Capital Partners FIP, a Brazilian private equity investment fund with very long-term capital, focused on financial service businesses and managed by BRL Trust Investimentos Ltda.
UBF Seguros logo


Brazil´s first credit and bond insurance company is launched

Swiss Re logo


Swiss Re buys into UBF Seguros

RB Capital logo


Disruptive legislation creates opportunity to establish real estate credit and securitization company

Rio Bravo e Securitas Capital logos


Private equity JV is launched with Swiss Re’s private equity arm

Mercurio DTVM logo


Rio Bravo acquires Brazil´s largest REIT manager

Unik logo


Payment card system is acquired from Sodexho

Finvest logo


Finvest is spun-off from Rio Bravo along with RB Capital

Capitalys logo


Finvest launches Multisector Alternative Credit Platform

Morgan Rio logo


Morgan Rio buys into Captalys

Swiss Re logo


UBF Seguros is fully divested

Wex logo


Unik is fully divested

Two Sigma logo


Two Sigma Private Investments buys into Captalys


Orix logo

RB Capital is fully divested

Fosun logo

Rio Bravo is fully divested


Alexandre Borges
Alexandre is Head of Fund Management and Compliance at FINVEST. Alexandre previously served as controller of Captalys, a portfolio company. Alexandre also worked in various capacities as an analyst at both Rio Bravo Investimentos and RB Capital, working primarily with origination and structuring of residential and commercial real estate investments.

Alexandre holds a B.A. in International Business from Eckerd College and an MBA in Finance from Insper.
Caio Mario Paes de Andrade
Caio Mario Paes de Andrade is a member of the Board and Special Advisor on technology affairs of FINVEST. A distinguished Brazilian company builder and serial entrepreneur, Caio founded a digital incubator, WebForce Networks, in 2000, after having been General Manager of PSINet in LATAM where he acquired 12 ISPs (Internet Service Providers) for the DC based American company in the region. WebForce’s first investment was a company called hpG that, in 2 years, became the second largest Brazilian Internet audience and was sold at the end of 2002, in one of the largest Internet transactions of its time in Brazil. From 2003 on, WebForce diversified and invested in Real Estate, Internet and animation, building companies that are recognized as landmarks in their sectors. Its real estate company, Maber, was sold in 2010 in another important transaction. In 2015, Caio moved from urban real estate into farmlands acquiring 52.000 hectares of farmlands from Bunge.

CMPA has an MBA from Duke University, a pos-grad degree from Harvard University and a BSc in communication from University Paulista.
José Pio Borges
Luis Cláudio Garcia de Souza
Márcio Garcia de Souza
Matías Fernando Cristóbal Vidal