Timothy Chamberlain is a Partner and Co-Founder of Brunel Advisors. Tim has been based in Sao Paulo since 2010, firstly as an investor and partner in an Agribusiness focused finance firm, and later working on the restructuring of a large local asset manager. He established his own firm Cabrera Co, which focused on capital raising and advisory, at the end of 2013. Tim began his career with Euromoney Institutional Investor in Hong Kong in 2000, and joined the hedge fund database Eurekahedge at its launch in Singapore in 2002. He worked for Eureka for 8 years, helping to launch their capital raising business, Eureka Capital Partners and opening their New York office in 2004.
Daniel Rummery is a Partner and Co-Founder of Brunel Advisors. Prior to founding Brunel Advisors, Dan set up LatAm Capital Partners in Sao Paulo when he moved to Brazil in 2013. Dan also co-founded Ridgeway Capital LLC in 2007. Ridgeway Capital, headquartered in New York, is a leading global placement agent. Daniel started his capital raising activities at TARA Capital, a European hedge fund marketing firm, where he focused on global asset raising with a focus on bringing international investors to Brazil. He has been successful in raising over USD 1bn for Brazilian Managers in both funds and direct transactions. He is also an active shareholder of Green Capital S.A and an active direct private equity investor in the Brazilian hospitality and fashion sectors.
Camile Cobo is a Partner of Brunel Advisors. Prior to joining Brunel Advisors, Camile was Associate Director and Relationship Manager for BTG Pactual’s Asset Management, based in Santiago de Chile, where he was responsible for leading institutional client relationships across Latam Equities and Latam Corporate strategies. She spent 9 years at BTG Pactual Group, starting her career in International Treasury Department in Rio de Janeiro, then moving to Investor Relations/Fundraise of Illiquid funds in Sao Paulo, where she supported the fundraising of USD 1.4 billion BTG Pactual Infrastructure II Fund, with international and local investors in Brazil.