During the past decade, through APx Capital management team we’ve been actively participating in the Mexican and Latin American financial markets, having invested locally and overseas through diverse platforms and sectors, displaying profound sector knowledge and backing it up with above market returns. Our innovative and execution-based culture speaks for itself.

The foundation of this formidable network was built over years of involvement, gaining access to institutional investors, private equity funds, hedge funds, venture capital funds, founders, entrepreneurs, and high-net-worth individuals.

  • Ticker BIVA: FHIPO14

  • 2014 – Present.

  • First Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trust (MREIT) in Latin America. FHipo IPOed in 2014 (US $600 mm) and executed a Follow-on Offering in 2017 (US $150 mm). FHipo is the first public vehicle in LatAm that allows the general public to invest in Mexican residential mortgage portfolios. FHipo seeks to generate attractive returns for long-term investors through distribution payments and capital appreciation.

  • Key Individuals at APx Cap overseeing this strategy include: Ignacio Gutiérrez – CFO, Patricia Montiel – CLO, Benito Villarreal – Head of Capital Markets and Debt Securities and Jesús Gómez – COO.

  • 2016 – Present.

  • AC Capital is a distressed asset fund, seeking delinquent portfolios with resilient collaterals that lack operational/collection efficiencies.

  • Key Individuals at APx Cap overseeing this strategy include: Dan Braatz, Patricia Montiel  and Jesús Gómez. 

  • 2017 – Present.

  • Hito is the largest loan master servicing platform in Mexico. The company offers comprehensive solutions to its customers via primary processes and obligations management, financing optimization, portfolio securitizations, and master servicing, benefiting originators, investors, and creditors.

  • Key Individuals at APx Cap overseeing this strategy include: Alfredo Vara and Jesús Gómez – Managing Partner.
  • 2017 – Present.

  • Yave (formerly Smart Lending) is a Prop Tech start-up, created in 2017 with the objective of transforming the Mexican mortgage industry. Yave is the first online mortgage origination platform in Mexico with the ability to divest balance sheet credit risk.

  • Key Individuals at APx Cap overseeing this strategy include: Dan Braatz and Bernardo Silva (CEO).
  • Fund dedicated to invest in the infrastructure space in Mexico by consolidating brownfield attractive projects into an operating platform to implement profitability enhancements strategies to unlock value for its shareholders.

  • Mexico has historically been a recipient of public and private investments for the development of infrastructure, today, the opportunity to create an administrating platform with a unique team that selects the champion projects and operators is there to be ripped.

  • Key Individuals at APx Cap overseeing this strategy include: Alfredo Vara and Jesús Ordaz.
  • APx Acquisition Corp. I is a company formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, amalgamation, share exchange, asset acquisition, share purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. The Company intends to seek a business combination with a technology-enabled Latin American company.

  • APx Acquisition Corp. I closed a $172.5 Million Initial Public Offering, Including Full Exercise by Underwriter to Purchase Additional Shares on December 9th 2021. The Class A ordinary shares and warrants are listed on the Nasdaq under the symbols “APXI” and “APXIW,” respectively.

  • APx’s key individuals include Daniel Braatz (Chief Executive Officer and Chairman) and Xavier Martinez (Chief Financial Officer).