Federico Jost

Managing Director
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Overview

Federico Jost is a Managing Director in BRG Corporate Finance’s Fund Services valuation team. Before joining BRG, he oversaw and led the private equity valuation activities for a sovereign wealth fund owned by an Emirate in the United Arab Emirates from 2012 until 2017, particularly focusing on private equity and infrastructure direct investments, co-investments, primary funds, and credit funds. Before that, he served as a senior manager of a Big Four firm’s Economic and Valuation Services group, serving clients on the Alternative Investments Valuation practice; and as an analyst in the treasury department of an international imaging solutions and technologies company in Switzerland. He also serves on the boards of directors of several small startups.

Mr. Jost graduated from Universidad Metropolitana in Venezuela in business administration and holds an MBA in international business from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Additionally, he holds a certificate in investment banking from New York University and a management development program certificate from INSEAD, and he has attended several Harvard Business School executive programs.

Mr. Jost has served global private equity, infrastructure, pension, and sovereign funds in establishing fair-value policies and procedures, as well as supporting monitoring and reporting activities.

Education

Thunderbird School of Global Management
MBA, 2005

Universite Paris Sorbonne (Paris V)
Diplome de langue et civilzation francaise, 2003

Universidad Metropolitana
B.S., Business Administration, 2001

Employment History

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Head of Private Equity Valuation
2012 - 2017

KPMG
Senior manager
2007 - 2012

Weiser - Mazars
Analyst
2004 - 2005

Banco Federal
Analyst
2001 - 2001

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Credentials

Harvard Business School, Program of Innovation, 2016

INSEAD, Management Development Program Certificate, 2014

New York University, Certificate on Investment Banking, 2009