Patrick sat down with Paulo Passoni, Managing Partner of Softbank's Latin America fund investing since 2019 in founders in the region. Paulo talks about the unique inflection point LatAm is in, Softbank's investing approach and how to add value on boards as an investor, but foremost he gives crucial lessons on life, how to give back and what truly matters. A fantastic episode that goes beyond the traditional playbook and gets more personal than any episode before.
On this episode, you will learn about:
About Paulo Passoni
Paulo co-leads the Latin America Fund with Shu Nyatta. Before SBLA, Paulo spent over seven years at Third Point LLC, as Managing Director of emerging markets focusing on Latin America across the capital structure. Before Third Point, he was a founding member of Eton Park's special situation effort in Latin America. Paulo started his career at Morgan Stanley in the investment banking division based in São Paulo. He holds a joint degree in business from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar) and in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government. Paulo obtained his undergraduate business degree from Fundação Getulio Vargas in São Paulo, Brazil (honors)
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