Alejandro Santo Domingo

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Alejandro Santo Domingo Dávila
Born (1977-02-13) 13 February 1977 (age 37)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Nationality United States, Colombia
Alma mater Harvard University
Occupation Business executive, financier
Parents Julio Mario Santo Domingo
Beatrice Dávila

Alejandro Santo Domingo Dávila (born 13 February 1977) is a Colombian American financier. He is the son of Julio Mario Santo Domingo and Beatriz Dávila, brother of Andres Santo Domingo and the half-brother of Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr.

Education[edit]

Educated at the Hotchkiss School, he has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Harvard.[1][2]

Career[edit]

His work centers on managing his family's conglomerate, the Santo Domingo Group. He is the chairman of the board at Grupo Empresarial Bavaria S.A., a privately owned subsidiary of SABMiller, of which he is vice-chairman for Latin America. His partner is his maternal cousin, Carlos Alejandro Pérez Dávila, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker who helps him manage the family portfolio.[2] Along with said cousin, he is also the managing director of the New York-based Quadrant Capital Advisors, Inc.[1]In 2009, Santo Domingo was elected to the Board of Trustees on the Metropolitan Museum of Art.[3]

Philanthropy[edit]

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Colombia's Endeavor, an international non-profit development organization that finds and supports high-impact entrepreneurs in emerging markets and is member of the Latin America Conservation Council of The Nature Conservancy. He also serves on the Board of Directors of DKMS Americas, a non-profit organization and the largest bone marrow donor center in the world. With over 3.6 million registered donors, Delete Blood Cancer is leading the fight against blood cancer by empowering people to take action, give bone marrow, and save lives. [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Children of Fortune", Vanity Fair (June 2009 edition); accessed 3 May 2014.
  2. ^ a b Tully, Kathryn: "Outside interests," The Guardian
  3. ^ Metropolitan Museum of Art website; accessed 3 May 2014.
  4. ^ DKMS Americas website; accessed 3 May 2014.

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