Sponsored Investments and Co-investments
TNN Capital is an investment boutique with specific focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. In these regions we structure direct investments into companies with strong growth potential in the following sectors: Hospitality and Consumer Services; Green energy; Agriculture and Forestry; Healthcare; Real Estate. We arrange ‘Club Deals’ and act as lead investor and sponsor with full board representation and responsibility for the business plan and profitability targets. Opportunity to co-invest in these investment opportunities is offered to our clients as qualified investors. TNN Capital may also act as intermediators or fund raisers for specific projects that meet our investment criteria.
Le Pain Quotidien.
Brazil, Colombia, Peru.
We are building out and assembling Latin America’s largest network of this famous Belgian brand. Le Pain Quotidien Brazil operates over 15 stores in Sao Paolo; Le Pain Quotidien Colombia is opening its first stores in 2018. Le Pain Quotidien Peru is our next target, projected to start operations in 2020.
Nuevos Horizontes. We are one of Cuba’s first privately-owned independent tourist destination management companies. Nuevos Horizontes offers tailor-made packages to the growing influx of tourists to this Caribbean island.
Smyle Peru. Is a storage and trading platform for Anthracite coal. Strategically based in Peru’s Salavery port close to the coal mining regions, Smyle focuses exclusively on high-margin Anthracite – an essential ingredient for the world’s steel-mills.
Forest First. Colombia’s largest commercial forestry plantation located in the eastern Vichada region close to the Orinoco and Meta rivers. Forest First has been declared a project of strategic national interest (“Proyecto de Interés Nacional”) by the Colombian government and its operations meet the requirements of the international WWF and the World Bank.
Catogua Avocado Farms. Leveraging on the expected boom in avocado exports from Colombia, we are founding member of a club of investors in an avocado farm start-up in Colombia’s Cundinamarca region. Further investments in this sector are planned over the coming years.