The Technical Committee of FIBRA Macquarie consists of the following four members:
Mr. Monroy has 18 years of real estate investment and development experience.
Prior to joining Macquarie, he was a partner in real estate investment platforms focused on residential and retail real estate development, primarily in Mexico City. Mr. Monroy is a former director of acquisitions at Acadia Realty Trust, a vice president of international operations at Loews Cineplex Entertainment, and a private equity professional at Onex Investment Corp.
Mr. Monroy received his BA in Business and Finance from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) where he graduated with honors. He received his MBA from NYU Stern Business School and completed the Real Estate Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Dr. de Garay is the Academic Dean of EGADE Business School, the graduate business school of the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
He has held executive positions in numerous Mexican companies and organizations, such as: Regional Risk and Compliance Director of the Asset Management Division of Citigroup, Latin America; Executive Director of Credit Analysis and Strategic Planning at GBM-Atlántico Financial Group; Managing Partner at BIE Consultores; Deputy Director of Economic Studies at Citibank México and Planning Manager at Teléfonos de México. Dr. de Garay is currently an independent board member of the Royal Bank of Scotland (México) and a Member of the Editing Board of Capital de México. Dr. de Garay has also done consulting work for Oracle de México and other international companies.
Dr. de Garay specializes in economics, corporate governance and risk management and has a Ph. D. in Regional Development from The University of Aston in Birmingham, U. K.
Mr. Salazar worked for Ford Mexico for 35 years, where he retired as Vice President of Finance and Governmental Affairs.
He played a key leadership role in the development of Mexico’s automotive policy and automotive free trade agreements with the U.S. and Canada (NAFTA) and with the European Union. He was a member, representative and leader of the Mexican Automotive Industry Association (AMIA). Since his retirement from Ford, Mr. Salazar has served as an advisor to several companies including Ford Mexico, Pilgrim´s Pride in Mexico and Metalsa.
Mr. Salazar holds a degree in Finance and Accounting from St. Mary´s University of San Antonio, Texas and completed post-graduate work at Harvard Business School.
Mr. Aziz is the founding partner of SAI Law & Economics.
His areas of expertise are competition, mergers & acquisitions and arbitration. He was part of the Mexican Government NAFTA negotiating team in the dispute resolution and intellectual property groups. Mr. Aziz is a founding member of the Mexican Arbitration Center (CAM), Aklara (electronic auctions), and the NAFTA Fund of Mexico (private equity fund).
Mr. Aziz received his law degree with honors from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), as well as an LLM in International Law with honors from Georgetown University and a masters degree in European Community Law from the Collège d' Europe in Bruges, Belgium.