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Rogelio Caceres
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Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer

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Rogelio Caceres

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I am the Chief Commercial Officer of LCR Capital Partners and was named Co-Founder of the firm's EB-5 business in late December 2014 by Suresh Rajan, the firm's founder and a dear friend our days at MBA students in the mid-1990's

After a brief stint as a private equity investor in the Latin America telecom and dotcom sectors, I have spent nearly two decades, first domestically and then internationally, launching and building businesses which serve the strategic decision-making capabilities of C-suite executives at Forbes Global 2000 companies as well as the investment immigration needs of global U/HNW investors. As a serial entrepreneur, my track record prior to LCR consisted of launching G2M operations at two seed-stage companies, Frontier Strategy Group and Docurated, which later secured multiple rounds of venture capital financing and then successfully exited via acquisition.

In 2014, I joined LCR on a full-time basis and begin working shoulder to shoulder, literally from the basement of Suresh's home in Westport, CT to help execute the firm’s multi-faceted mission. Despite widespread skepticism by traditional Regional Centers (which were almost entirely China market focused at that time), we made the early (and highly prescient) strategic decision to devote significant energy, time as well as our own capital towards the "globalization" of the EB-5 program. Without any predecessors to emulate and lacking the benefits of an established brand name or track record, LCR's pioneering new market entry efforts (initially in Brazil, India, and South Africa) all secured product/market fit within 12 months of our arrival, thereby repeatedly proving LCR could successfully enter new markets with virtually zero awareness about the EB-5 product category. 
Ultimately LCR’s pioneering global expansion efforts have served to disrupt both how and where the rest of the EB-5 industry focuses their capital raising efforts and will do so for years to come. The firm is now widely recognized as a pioneering market leader in the fastest-growing markets in the world and by the end of 2019, LCR sponsored nearly $200 million of EB-5 capital, had achieved leading positions in six of the top 20 markets and was firmly entrenched in the top 1% of the EB-5 industry’s Regional Centers.

I graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a BS in Industrial and Operations Engineering and received a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School where I was named a Robert Toigo Foundation Fellow. A first-generation U.S. immigrant, I lived in El Salvador and Honduras for ten years while attending primary and secondary school and is a devoted Brazilian national soccer team fan.

What I enjoy most professionally is partnering with the founder(s) of start-up companies, especially if they are at the conceptual pre-revenue stage, and figuring out how to achieve product/market fit, and then recruiting and training the go-to-market team necessary to scale into a market-leading position.

BIO

I am the Chief Commercial Officer of LCR Capital Partners and was named Co-Founder of the firm's EB-5 business in late December 2014 by Suresh Rajan, the firm's founder and a dear friend our days at MBA students in the mid-1990's

After a brief stint as a private equity investor in the Latin America telecom and dotcom sectors, I have spent nearly two decades, first domestically and then internationally, launching and building businesses which serve the strategic decision-making capabilities of C-suite executives at Forbes Global 2000 companies as well as the investment immigration needs of global U/HNW investors. As a serial entrepreneur, my track record prior to LCR consisted of launching G2M operations at two seed-stage companies, Frontier Strategy Group and Docurated, which later secured multiple rounds of venture capital financing and then successfully exited via acquisition.

In 2014, I joined LCR on a full-time basis and begin working shoulder to shoulder, literally from the basement of Suresh's home in Westport, CT to help execute the firm’s multi-faceted mission. Despite widespread skepticism by traditional Regional Centers (which were almost entirely China market focused at that time), we made the early (and highly prescient) strategic decision to devote significant energy, time as well as our own capital towards the "globalization" of the EB-5 program. Without any predecessors to emulate and lacking the benefits of an established brand name or track record, LCR's pioneering new market entry efforts (initially in Brazil, India, and South Africa) all secured product/market fit within 12 months of our arrival, thereby repeatedly proving LCR could successfully enter new markets with virtually zero awareness about the EB-5 product category.

Ultimately LCR’s pioneering global expansion efforts have served to disrupt both how and where the rest of the EB-5 industry focuses their capital raising efforts and will do so for years to come. The firm is now widely recognized as a pioneering market leader in the fastest-growing markets in the world and by the end of 2019, LCR sponsored nearly $200 million of EB-5 capital, had achieved leading positions in six of the top 20 markets and was firmly entrenched in the top 1% of the EB-5 industry’s Regional Centers.

What I enjoy most professionally is partnering with the founder(s) of start-up companies, especially if they are at the conceptual pre-revenue stage, and figuring out how to achieve product/market fit, and then recruiting and training the go-to-market team necessary to scale into a market-leading position. The relentless pursuit of LCR’s global expansion plan over the last six years, as well as the inevitable highs and lows that went along with building the firm into an undisputed EB-5 industry leader it is today, has been the most thoroughly rewarding entrepreneurial experience of my two-decades-long career.

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