The aim of this study is to provide an overview of the private investor networks in operation across Latin America and the Caribbean. The study presents the most representative quantitative aspects of the networks in terms of the types of investors they attract, the investment transactions they’ve closed and the management structure of the networks, as well as other dimensions that reflect the performance of the networks and their respective strengths and weaknesses.
The study also highlights the incremental and uneven development of networks across the region. In the whole of Latin America and the Caribbean, the number of angel investor networks is still very small, with only 21 officially active networks identified. As such, there still remains a great deal of untapped potential to be realized in the sector.
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