Albert Alsina

Albert Alsina

Founder, CEO and Managing Partner
Mediterrania Capital Partners

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Albert Alsina is the founder, CEO and Managing Partner of Mediterrania Capital Partners. Albert has more than 20 years of international experience in multi-national settings, with more than 10 years of experience in General Manager on a global and European level. He has performed the role of Vice President and General Manager in a capital risk MBO project with the company PE CD&R in the United Kingdom.

Prior to Mediterrania Capital, he was in the Venture Capital/Private Equity department at Riva y García, performing the role of Managing Partner of Fons Mediterrania Capital F.C.R. Additionally he is a member of the Investment Committee of Fons
Mediterrania Capital (MC I) and Mediterrania Capital II plc (MC II) and board member of several portfolio companies of both funds. Albert is also an associate professor at EADA Business School in Barcelona, and sits on the board of Anne Fundació,
a centre dedicated to medical and psychological attention to children. Albert is an AMP graduate from Harvard Business School (USA).

He completed the Global Leadership Program from Wharton (USA), and PADE from IESE (Spain); he also holds Master’s degrees from Fulda Fachoschule (Germany) and Université de Poitiers (France); and a Bachelor degree in
Business from the University of Barcelona (Spain).

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