Jaime Londoño has joined Pantheon as principal and head of Latin American investments. He joins from Wilshire, where he was a vice president working on primary, secondary and co-investments in the US and Latin America. Pantheon is a private equity fund investor with $24 billion under management.
Pantheon, a leading global private equity fund investor, announced the appointment of Jaime A. Londoño as principal and head of Latin American investments.
Jaime joins from Wilshire, where he was a vice president working on primary, secondary and co-investments in the US and Latin America. He has 10 years of investment experience covering leveraged buyout, venture capital, special situations, distressed and growth capital. Jaime will initially be based in the San Francisco office and will move later this year to set up the new Pantheon office in Colombia.
Commenting on the appointment, Chris Meads, head of investment, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jaime Londoño to Pantheon at a time of attractive opportunities across Latin America. With his extensive investment experience, Jaime will be a great resource to help us tap into those opportunities for our clients.”
Pantheon is a leading global private equity fund investor that invests on behalf of over 350 institutional investors, including public and private pension plans, insurance companies, endowments and foundations. Established nearly 30 years, Pantheon has developed a strong reputation and track record in primary and secondary private asset solutions across all stages and geographies. Its investment solutions include customized separate account programs, regional primary fund programs, secondaries, co-investment and infrastructure programs.
Pantheon has over $24 billion assets under management and 176 employees, including 68 investment professionals, located across offices in London, San Francisco, New York and Hong Kong.