Antonio Osio is a managing partner at Capital Invent, a Mexico-based early-stage venture capital firm focused on the consumer Internet space. In this role, he handles all financial and legal aspects of the fund and its portfolio companies, as well as analyzing deal flow, performing due diligence, and fundraising.
Antonio has experience in venture capital, investment finance, economic development, and corporate law. He worked as a summer associate at the venture division of the Legatum Group based in Dubai, and spent 18 months as an angel with Fabrice Grinda and Jose Marin, two of the most active angels in the US and emerging markets. He still advises them on their LatAm strategy and investments.
Prior to that, Antonio spent 4 years as senior analyst at Sabino Capital, a Mexico-based hedge fund, focused on stock market investments in Mexico, the US, and LATAm. Earlier, he worked as a consultant in the Public Policy Department of the Office of the President and as a legal intern in Barrera, Siquieros y Torres Landa, a renowned Mexican law firm.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Antonio has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, where he focused on entrepreneurship and venture capital. He was selected as an MIT Legatum Fellow and was the President of the Mexican MIT Student Association. He holds a bachelor's degree with dual majors in economics and law from ITAM University. He is passionate about sports, travel, grassroots politics, and the arts in general, and is the proud husband of Alba Medina.
A member of Class 20, Antonio served his fellowship at Capital Invent under the mentorship of his partner Heberto Taracena, a renowned and experienced Mexican tech entrepreneur.