Guillermo Sepulveda brings more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience to Avison Young. He was most recently President of Stratto, which he founded in 2007 and then affiliated with DTZ in April 2014, when he opened the first DTZ office in Mexico and planned the company’s growth strategy for Brazil, Chile and Colombia while serving on the firm’s Americas executive committee. While with DTZ, Sepulveda was responsible for supervising, completing and consulting on transactions for companies and institutions such as Brazil’s second-largest bank Bradesco, Mexican bank Investa, Heartland Food Products, Lloyds of London, Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA), Oracle, Nextel (now AT&T) and CHEP, among others.
During his real estate career, which has been spent entirely in Latin America, Sepulveda has completed more than US$1 billion worth of transactions and projects spanning 20 msf of commercial space, along with investment transactions valued in excess of $100 million. In the process, he has provided clients with a variety of services in the areas of transactions, project and facility management, investment sales and consulting. During his career, he has played key management roles with such real estate services companies as Cushman & Wakefield, CBRE, Coldwell Banker Commercial and Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), the latter of which he was a key player in the firm’s growth in Mexico and the rest of Latin America. Sepulveda holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Universidad LaSalle in Mexico City, and conducted a semester of architectural studies at the University of Arizona.