Vector Cuatro positions itself as Technical Advisor for financial instituitions in LatAm
The Firm, specialised in renewable energies, has realised several technical advisory projects for some of the most renowned financial institutions in Latin America.
As part of its international expansion during 2015, Vector Cuatro has focused some of its activities in several countries in Latin America. Because of the remarkable growth that the renewables industry is experiencing in the last years, the Firm could carry out technical advisory projects for financial institutions in Honduras and Guatemala of a total of 166 MW, thus positioning itself as a key reference in this market.
Vector Cuatro has been present in the LatAm region since 2012. It opened its first office in Mexico in 2013, with a professional team that has participated in more than 30 projects that total 2,150 MW.
The range of services has been adapted to the great variety of clients such as investment funds and financial institutions. The Firm has carried out projects in Mexico, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, Honduras, El Salvador and Panama, where it has participated recently in the prestige SPG Central America fair.
Additionally, after Vector Cuatro’s fruitful experience as financial advisor in a number of transactions in Chile, the company has decided to deploy its technical advisory services in the country.
At the moment Vector Cuatro, headquartered in Madrid, has carried out more than 550 projects in 22 countries worldwide and is internationally ranked as one of the most important companies in the renewable energy industry. It has over 950 MW of solar PV assets under management and counts on a track record of 15 GW throughout the entire value chain of the projects.
In September 2014, the company was incorporated into the Italian Falck Renewables Group (FKR.MI), a leading player in the European renewable energy industry and listed at the Milan Stock Exchange. The integration of the two companies, combining as it does distinctive and complementary geographic and technological coverage, is expected to enhance overall capabilities, permitting further expansion into new technologies and new services.